Wolves will be looking to capitalize on Liverpool’s struggles this season and end their terrible streak against the Reds.
Wanderers have improved since the appointment of Julen Lopetegui and they will look to move further away from the relegation zone on Saturday when they host Liverpool, live on talkSPORT 2.
Lopetegui’s side sit one point above the bottom three and could reach 14th if they can pile more misery on Liverpool’s campaign.
The Reds are ninth in the Premier League table, out of the title race and knocked out of both domestic cups as their poor season continues.
But this game will encourage Jurgen Klopp’s men who are no strangers to picking up three points against Wolves.
Liverpool have won each of their last 11 Premier League meetings with the West Midlands side, winning only more games in a row against West Brom.
And in all competitions, Wanderers are winless in nine games against the Reds at Molineux, drawing three before losing six in a row.
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Wolves were in the running to sign Chelsea’s £106million man Fernandez for just £17million last summer
So with history on their side, Liverpool could use this game as a springboard to turn things around and a key player to make that happen could be Mohamed Salah.
Salah will make his 200th Premier League appearance if he plays this weekend, becoming the 17th Reds player to do so.
He has a stunning record of 125 goals in 199 games so far and is just three behind legend Robbie Fowler’s club record of 128 in the competition.
However, the Egyptian hasn’t scored since the beginning of last month so he will have to find his shooting boots to lead his team to a positive result.
Should Salah help Liverpool win it would improve their terrible away record this season, with the Reds losing five of their nine on the road in the league.
This number of away defeats is as many as the club have had in their last two campaigns combined.
A defeat at Molineux would be the first time they have lost more than two consecutive Premier League away games since 2012.
Saturday’s encounter is therefore a huge one for Wolves and Liverpool, with both sides looking to turn things around.
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