WOL Vs LIV Dream11 Team Probable Playing 11 And Match Report: Rampant Liverpool face a dicey Wolverhampton side in a jaffer of an affair.
There’s just no stopping Liverpool at the moment in the Premier League. While the prestigious trophy is all but in their grasps with Manchester City persistently crumbling, the club are now embarking on new aspirations of heralding their way a hoard of records this season.
For the side now, the ambition is to embark on a unbeaten season. They have registered 22 wins in 23 matches, not only registering a runaway lead atop of the points tally but now looking forward to registering the most points accrued in a single campaign along with keeping their unscathed spree of results in the league alive.
Coming into today’s tie in the wake of a 2-0 win over Manchester United the last time around, Liverpool pulled off a comprehensive and clinical performance to decimate their opposition. However, in Wolverhampton, they know they are up against an extremely dicey opponent, a side who will thrust ther entire attacking impetuous to curtail this rampant Liverpool side.
The hosts will make for an extremely staunch test infront of Liverpool today with this encounter set to see the fireworks go off. Wolverhampton will massively rely on their ruthless attack to guide them through to the three points but this Liverpool side is pinch perfect at the moment and should manage to get past the finishing line on the day.
Probable Playing 11
- Boly and Ruben Vinagre continue to remain out for the home side with the players yet to recover from their injuries.
- Milner continues to struggle with his injury plight at the moment.
Rui Patricio, Dendoncker, Coady, Saiss, Doherty, Joao Moutinho, Ruben Neves, Jonny Castro, Traore, Pedro Neto, Jimenez
Alisson, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Gomez, Virgil Van Dijk, Robertson, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Henderson, Wijnaldum, Salah, Firmino, Mane
Premier League 2019-20
Match: Wolverhampton Vs Liverpool
Date And Time: 24th January, Friday- 1:30am IST
Venue: Molineux Stadium, Wolverhampton
Television: Star Sports Select 1/HD
- Dendoncker, Doherty, Pedro Neto, Jimenez
- Alisson, Gomez, Salah, Firmino
Top Goal Scorer
- Jimenez: 10 Goals, 6 Assists
- Mane: 11 Goals, 6 Assists
Freekick And Corner Taker
- Joao Moutinho
- Trent Alexander-Arnold
Liverpool Vs Wolverhampton: 1-0
WOL vs LIV Dream11 Goal-Keeper
Alisson Becker from Liverpool continues to retain his spot in our Dream 11 side for today’s forthcoming encounter. His cleansheet the last time around was his 28th for Liverpool, seeing the shot stopper having registered more cleansheets than goals he’s conceded in his time at the club.
WOL vs LIV Dream11 Defenders
He got the assist for Liverpool’s first goal the last time around, taking Trent Alexander-Arnold’s tally upto 9 assists this season. The fullback makes for a must have pick for today’s encounter, a player who with his attacking penchant offers a dual toned role in our framework.
While we wanted to pick up Robertson as well from the side, we are going to have to let him go given his colossal price tag. Joe Gomez comes in instead from the side with Liverpool having kept the seven successive cleansheets at the moment, the most cleansheets in a row the club have pulled off in the league ever.
Elsewhere, we are getting in the two players from the home side for this encounter with their captain and CB, Conor Coady being brought in by us.
WOL vs LIV Dream11 Midfielders
He;s failed to find goals off late but with the 11 goals and 6 assists, Sadio Mane become the first player to be brought in from Liverpool for us. With Milner out injured for Liverpool, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is set to retain his spot in Liverpool’s playing 11 for the upcoming affair to see us bring him else as well.
Pedro Neto was unlucky to see his goal being ruled out the last time these two sides met but he managed to rake up his first goal for the side subsequently to see us get him in from Wolverhampton. Ruben Neves’ ability to send down scorchers from solid distance along with beating goal-keepers with his freekicks makes him the second pick from the side.
WOL vs LIV Dream Strikers
After enduring a laggard spree of fixtures at the halfway mark of the season, Mohamed Salah has revived his season. He scored Liverpool’s second goal against Manchester United to take him tally up to the 11 goals and 5 assists to see us rope him in.
Roberto Firmino has scored all of his 7 goals away from his home stadium this season, numbers which emote to the likelihood of him pulling off a goal today as well. Elsewhere, the two goals the last time around saw Raul Jimenez accumulate 10 goals and 6 assists for Wolverhampton this season to see him become their outright leading scorer.
Captain And Vice-Captain
We are making Salah our captain while Firmino is our vice-captain.
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