Published: Mon, January 07, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp ready to throw kids in for Wolves clash

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp ready to throw kids in for Wolves clash

Despite that, Klopp is set to give him a run-out in the all-Premier League cup game and praised the Spanish global for his professionalism.

Fowler then revealed a conversation he had with a Premier League legend who's had plenty of league-winning experience.

Sky Sports pundit Graeme Souness highlighted these set of results recently and stated they are what makes his job so hard.

"This game was different and an important step for us".

"They are very organised, very intense, have individual quality, press well, and their counter-attack is one of the best there is". Their two defeats against big six clubs however were both at Molineux, one against Tottenham and the other against Liverpool.

If Wolves have been hard to predict this term then Liverpool have been the complete opposite, at least in the Premier League.

Liverpool remain top of the Premier League table despite losing 2-1 to Manchester City on Thursday and are next in league action against Brighton next Saturday.

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"The way they played, fought back into the game and created enough to win it says exactly the opposite".

The Dutchman helped Liverpool FC to reach the Champions League final last season before a 3-1 loss to La Liga giants Real Madrid in the Kiev showpiece.

This indicates that the former Sevilla star could move on for free in the summer as he continues to struggle for game-time on a regular basis under Klopp on Merseyside.

"I was fine with the performance, the intensity of the game".

"We have to", Klopp answered when asked if he would rotate his squad. It has been pointed out that most of his titles in other leagues have been processions rather than fights, with peak Barcelona and Bayern Munich rarely having to come from behind, though the City manager has just answered any critics who thought he might shrink from confrontation.

Klopp is set to make numerous changes for the trip to Wolves, including giving Alberto Moreno a rare opportunity this season. I don't know [whether he will be involved for Wolves].

I have no interest in assessing the Over/Under 2.5 Goals market - Overs is a shade of odds-on which I'd say is correct - or trying to back a First or Anytime Goalscorer without knowing the starting line-ups, so I'm simply going to back a Liverpool win at a bigger price than I've already suggested.

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