The international break is over and we get back to business with a trip to Molineux for Saturday’s early kick-off (12.30pm).
Wolves are hoping to win to consecutive home league games against Liverpool for the first time since 1979-80 to 1981-82, but have scored just 12 goals in their last 23 league matches against the Reds.
This is the fifth encounter between the two sides this year, following two Premier League fixtures and another two in the third round of the FA Cup last season. Liverpool have won two, Wolves won one and there was one draw.
Liverpool are unbeaten in 15 Premier League matches since a 4-1 defeat by Man City on 1 April.
The Reds failed to win any of their six Saturday 12.30pm kick-offs last season (D3, L3), five of which were away from home, so the stats aren’t in our favouur.
Mo Salah could become only the fourth Premier League player in history to record an assist in five successive away fixtures, while Jurgen Klopp has won nine of his 10 top-flight matches as a manager against Wolves and will be hoping to make it 10 on Saturday.