Liverpool vs Wolves: Predictions, Betting Tips & Odds
Saturday, May 12th, 2019 @10:00
Liverpool welcome Wolves to Anfield for the last game of the season with a first Premier League title to play for.
Liverpool left it late to take all three points home from St. James’ Park when they beat Newcastle 3-2 on Saturday night. That victory meant that the league title showdown will go down to the last game.
Wolves beat already relegated Fulham 1-0 on the weekend and that win made it three victories in a row. Wanderers now sit in 7th place in the Premier League table on 57 points four clear of Everton in eighth.
Liverpool have a Champions League semi-final second leg at Anfield to play before this tie, on Tuesday night and they will have to perform a miracle to overturn a 3-0 defeat in the Camp Nou in the first game.
Wolves have had an excellent season since returning to the top flight from the Championship in the summer and could potentially qualify for the Europa League if Manchester City beat Watford in the FA Cup final.
A 3-0 win for Liverpool is well worth a shout as the Reds won’t give up on the title until it’s impossible.
A 3-0 Liverpool win is available
Liverpool beat Wolves 2-0 in the league at Molineux earlier in the season before they lost 2-1 at the same ground in the FA Cup third round.
Total goals over 2.5
Liverpool are in the hunt for winning their first Premier League title and will desperate to take care of business in this game while hoping Man City slip up against Brighton and that could be why the bookies are offering odds for the over 2.5 goals scored market.
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Head to Head
In the last 85 games played between these sides in all competitions, it is Liverpool who come out on top historically with 42 wins compared to the 29 Wolves victories, while there have been 14 draws.
- Liverpool are unbeaten at home in the Premier League this season, winning 16 of their 18 matches at Anfield. Their only defeat at home in any competition this season was a 2-1 defeat to Chelsea in the League Cup in September.
- Wolves have won just one of their last seven away games between both league and cup competitions. They have won just six Premier League matches on the road this season, while losing seven and drawing the other five.
- Liverpool are chasing their first league title since 1990 while at the same time hoping they can overturn a three-goal deficit to Barcelona in the Champions League semi-final second leg.
- Wolves have had their best league finish since the 1979-1980 season when they came sixth in the old First Division. They will be hoping that their seventh-place finish will mean that they can reach European competition if Man City win the FA Cup final.