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This was a special week for Liverpool fans as they secured another final in the Champions League. Even the most optimistic fan could not have held out much hope after his team lost 3:0 to Barcelona at Nou Camp. Even more, key forwards Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino were ruled out of the second leg through injury. But Divock Origi scored the opener in the seventh minute, while Georginio Wijnaldum netted twice in just 122 seconds and leveled the tie. Finally, a moment of geniousity from Trent Alexander-Arnold and Divock Origi secured a 4:0 win which will live long in the memory of every Liverpool fan. The success is even bigger knowing it was just the fourth time in the Champions League's history a team to overturn a three-or-more goal deficit from the first leg. Maybe Origi and Wijnaldum scored the goals, but nothing could be possible without the help of the fans, who are like a 12th man when the Reds play at Anfield. They will strongly support their players on this match, even fully aware of the fact Manchester City will probably not drop points at Brighton to let the Reds back into the title race on the final day. Klopp has lot of injury worries ahead of this match. Roberto Firmino missed the win over Barcelona with a muscle injury and probably won't be risked here. Most probably Origi will retain his place after scoring twice against Barca. The best scorer Mohamed Salah, who left the pitch on a stretcher last weekend, could start here. Midfielder Naby Keita remains sidelined due to injury. Full-back Andrew Robertson, who was replaced at the halftime on Tuesday, will miss the match due to injury. Adam Lallana and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain are rated as doubtful.
Wolverhampton are on the seventh place with 57 points. They can't go higher as sixth-placed Manchester United have 66, but at the same time can't go down. So, the season is finished and they could play only for the pride. The seventh place could lead to UEFA Europe League if Manchester City win the FA Cup, thought the manager Nuno Espirito Santo says it would be "stupid" to think about European football at the moment. The actual form is quite good, the Wolves are in series of three victories in the Premier League. The series started with a 3:1 victory against Arsenal thanks to the goals scored by Ruben Neves, Matt Doherty and Diogo Jota. Next they beat Watford with 2:1. Goals from Raul Jimenez and Diogo Jota decided the match against the Hornets. Jimenez has been directly involved in 20 Premier League goals for Wolves this season (13 goals, 7 assists), while Jota has had a hand in seven goals in his last eight Premier League games (4 goals, 3 assists). Last weekend Wolverhampton have obtained a narrow 1:0 win over Fulham. Leander Dendoncker scored the goal in the 75th minute, while Matt Doherty recorded his 8th assists of the season. Nuno Espirito Santo has no injury or suspension worries, but some changes are expected. However, having on mind they are guaranteed seventh place no matter Sunday's result, it is difficult to predict the starting eleven.
Liverpool vs Wolverhampton Prediction:
I expect both teams to score here. Liverpool are still fighting for the title, but it is hard to believe Manchester City will drop points at Amex Stadium. Nevertheless, the Reds will definitely try to do their 'homework'. The seventh place is guaranteed for Wolverhampton, but they will surely try to get something from Anfield. Both teams are in series of victories in the Premier League, so the players confidence is high. I expect an open and efficient match.
Liverpool vs Wolverhampton Pick: Both teams to score - Yes @ 1.95 with Bet365