One of the most important fixtures of the day from the Premier League and a match that will attract a worldwide audience as Liverpool look to grab themselves the Premier League title, ending a domestic drought. Here are our top Liverpool v Wolves betting tips.
An In-Depth Look at the Match
Many fans packed inside the stadium wearing the famous red won’t have ever witnessed Liverpool winning the English title, but they enter Anfield knowing they won’t get too many better chances than the one they have here. A season record of 29 wins, seven draws and just one defeat has them second in the pecking order, placed one point behind Manchester City who are going for two-in-a-row.
They need their fair share of luck to win this match and see Man City drop points but to make things even more difficult it’ll be their second outing of the week, having hosted the mighty Barcelona in the semi-finals of the Champions League on Tuesday. As far as preparation goes, it doesn’t get much more testing than that. It has been another incredible season for Klopp at Liverpool but he’s in danger of ending the campaign without a trophy and that’s incredible. The Reds rallied to beat Newcastle 3-2 at St James Park last weekend, goals from van Dijk, Salah and Origi enough to snatch a sensational win. Another Liverpool victory here is no better than 1/3 at Bet365.
Wolves Making Up the Numbers
Wolves have nothing to play for heading to Anfield but they do have a part to play in a stunning end to the season. They are unbeaten in four and have won each of their last three to cement seventh place in the Premier League and that’s a stunning achievement for a club of their size. The battle going on for the title has everyone talking but Wolves have flown under the radar and haven’t received the credit their efforts deserve. They will finish no higher or lower in the pecking order and that’s the reason we may just see them go through the motions here, making up the numbers.
They finished their home schedule with a win over Fulham last weekend, achieved thanks to a goal from Dendoncker on 75 minutes. Many would have expected them to beat a relegated side by a more convincing margin but since being relegated, Fulham have upped their efforts, playing with the freedom that comes with knowing the pressure is off. It’s just a shame they didn’t respond earlier in the campaign. With nothing at stake for Wolves here, they have been written off as 11/1 no hopers by William Hill. The draw goes 9/2 (bet365).