Liverpool rebuffed a massive bid from Saudi Arabia for Mo Salah so the Egyptian King remains at Liverpool and will be gunning to get three points for The Reds on the road at Wolves.
Liverpool have started the season well with three wins and a draw. What will give them most confidence is that they have played away at Newcastle and Chelsea and got 4 points from those games as well as a couple of home wins against Bournemouth and Aston Villa.
Nunez was the star of the show against Newcastle on the road and Liverpool will know they have to perform better from the off, otherwise it could be a real test against a Wolves side looking to bounce back from their recent defeat at Crystal Palace.
Liverpool are big favourites and rightly so. Salah and Nunez are in excellent form and along with Diaz, they can hurt most defences. Klopp will have them ready to put in a big shift as they start the Premier League off again after the international break.
For wolves, they have had an interesting start to the season. A 1-0 loss at Man Utd was a tough pill to swallow after not being given an injury time penalty. Then they got outclassed at home to Brighton losing 4-1.
Wolves got off the mark with a 1-0 late win against Everton which was a massive 3 points against a fellow relegation candidate. They last game was a 3-2 loss at Crystal Palace where they played ok, but you can’t legislate for conceding cheap goals.
They are going to have to defend a lot better against Liverpool, or it could be a very long afternoon for the Wolves defenders and Gary O’Neill will be desperate for his side to put in a good performance in front of the home fans.
Liverpool know they have to win to keep up with Manchester City and this is the perfect setting for them to stamp their class and experience as new signing Szoboszlai will look to gain more confidence playing in this side and even look to add to his goal tally after scoring the opening goal against Aston Villa.
Liverpool have hit the net 9 times in the opening 4 games so will not be shot shy this weekend.
|Wolves||6/1 William Hill|
|Liverpool||2 / 5 Bet365|
|Liverpool Half Time / Liverpool Full Time||23/20 Ladbrokes|
Liverpool are averaging over 2 goals a game and with Salah staying at the Club he can cut open this leaky Wolves defence and with Klopp to ensure The Reds start well, they can dominate from the off and be leading at half time.
So, our punters,pub bet of the day is Liverpool to be leading at half time and win the game, so in the half time / full time market, back Liverpool to dominate the game at 23/20 with Ladbrokes.