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Possible line-ups Wolves vs Liverpool (09/16) for matchday 5 of the Premier League 23/24

The Premier League usually has the most attractive games on any given day and this will be no exception after the FIFA break. Wolves host Liverpool in one of the most entertaining games of the weekend. This meeting will take place next Saturday, September 16, at 1:30 p.m. in Spain at the legendary Molineux stadium, with a capacity for more than 32,000 people. So here we leave you with everything you need to know about Wolves’ lineups against Liverpool.

The locals had a start to the season with ups and downs. They started with defeats against Manchester United and Brighton, then picked up two wins against Everton and Blackpool (the latter for the EFL Cup), but in the last game they lost again, this time against Crystal Palace. It’s clear that Gary O’Neil’s men still have a lot to improve on and this time they will face one of the toughest teams in the league.

On the other hand, Klopp’s Liverpool have not suffered a defeat in four games. After a draw against Chelsea on their debut, they picked up three wins against Bournemouth, Newcastle and Aston Villa. There is no doubt that the Reds are looking much better than last season, so expect them to be fighting at the top of the table again and be clear contenders for the title.

Wolverhampton lineup

Although the results weren’t good, Wolverhampton aren’t expected to make many changes for this game. The team has put in a positive performance but still has a lot of things to adapt to, so the coach is expected to continue to instill confidence in the key players in the squad.

Wolverhampton XI (Gary O’Neil): Sa; Semedo, Dawson, Kilman, Bueno; Sarabia, Gomes, Lemina, Neto; Silva, Cunha.

Liverpool lineup

Everything is going well at Liverpool and Klopp has little reason to change his starting eleven. However, they cannot count on their starting central defenders Van Dijk and Konaté in this game.

Liverpool XI (Jürgen Klopp): Alisson; Alexander-Arnold, Matip, Gomez, Robertson; Mac Allister, Szoboszlai, Gakpo; Salah, Diaz, Jota.

Where to watch Wolves vs Liverpool?

Below we leave you with all the information about where to watch Wolves vs Liverpool in South America and Spain.

  • South America: This meeting can be watched across the continent via the ESPN signal and its streaming platform Star+.
  • Spain: For Spain, this meeting can only be seen live and in high definition via the DAZN signal.

These two teams have many differences in their squads and goals, but everything points to them putting on a great show next Saturday as both desperately need to win: the locals cannot afford to fall again while the visitors Don’t want to lose sight of Manchester City.

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