How to watch Wolves vs. Liverpool - Live stream, BBC channel, FA Cup replay start time | 442sportHow to watch Wolves vs. Liverpool – Live stream, BBC channel, FA Cup replay start time When Liverpool plays Wolves in their third-round replay at Molineux on Tuesday, they will try to advance to the fourth round of the FA Cup The 3-0 Premier League loss to Brighton & Hove Albion on Saturday served as another evidence that things are not good at Liverpool right now. However, the Reds will have a quick opportunity to recoup on Tuesday when they travel to Wolves for an FA Cup third-round rematch. At Anfield earlier this month, the teams battled to a 2-2 tie.
18:04Paul GorstChance to strike backLiverpool will obviously want to keep their defence of this competition going but one suspects a victory is about more than that tonight. The Reds need to inject some belief and confidence into their game and tonight could be a small building block towards that. It’s a game Jurgen Klopp could very well have done without but he’s here now and another setback would be a bitter pill to swallow. 17:58Ian DoyleChanges aplenty A very absolutely freezing welcome to the latest game in Liverpool’s season. Yes, it’s Wolverhampton Wanderers and it’s the FA Cup, the greatest domestic club knockout tournament in the world, let alone England. Molineux is the venue after the Reds were rather lucky to get away with a 2-2 draw at Anfield in the initial game 10 days ago.
But just as Lineker prepared to speak to fellow pundit Alan Shearer on the gantry, he was interrupted by what sounded like pornographic groans. Read the full story, here. 19:46Keifer MacDonaldUnderway in the West MidlandsWolves get the game underway 19:28Ian DoyleReds all over the landCould be an interesting atmosphere here tonight. By the look of it, Liverpool have been given the lower tier of one of the stands to the side of the goal, and also about 25% of both tiers behind one of the goals. Means there will feel as though there are more away fans than there actually are, if that makes sense. 19:26Paul GorstAll eyes on the centre of the pitch tonight Liverpool transfer target Matheus Nunes is only on the bench for Wolves tonight but another player who the important people at the Reds like is Ruben Neves who captains the side this evening.
Liverpool XI to face Wolves: Kelleher; Milner, Konate, Gomez, Tsimikas; Bajcetic, Keita, Thiago; Elliott, Gakpo, Carvalho. Subs: Alisson, Fabinho, Salah, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Jones, Robertson, Matip, Phillips, Doak. 18:30Ian DoyleUp for the cup? The reality is this is the one trophy Liverpool realistically have a chance of winning this season. They can’t afford to just chuck it away - for a number of reasons.
(Photo by Andrew Powell/Liverpool FC via Getty Images)18:58Keifer MacDonaldHow the hosts line up Two changes from the team that played at Anfield. Sa and Moutinho introduced. How we line-up to face @LFC. @AstroPay_OK— Wolves (@Wolves) January 17, 2023 18:56Paul GorstA Liverpool first this eveningSo eight changes in total then for Jurgen Klopp tonight. A first start of the campaign for Naby Keita, as anticipated. A big night for the midfielder if he does want to remain at Anfield for the long term. But how many times have we said that for the Guinea international over the years really? In there alongside Thiago Alcantara who needs to improve on his showing at the Amex at the weekend.
One thing is for sure - expect changes. 17:50Mark WakefieldSir Jim Ratcliffe interest in Manchester UnitedBritish billionaire Sir Jim Ratcliffe has confirmed his interest in buying Manchester United. Both Liverpool and Man United are currently open to offers for a potential takeover. Fenway Sports Group released a statement in November outline their stance on being open to further investment.
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