Marcal and Daniel Podence are the closest of Wolves’ injured trio to returning but neither are likely to feature here. Willian Jose is still looking for his first goal for Wolves and it wouldn’t be a surprise if he returned to the bench against Liverpool. Nuno could start with Adama Traore up front, as he did against Manchester City recently, with former Liverpool youngster Ki-Jana Hoever starting against his former club. Though the Wolves manager could also spring a surprise here, handing Willy Boly a route back into the side and pushing one of Romain Saiss or Leander Dendoncker into midfield. Jurgen Klopp moved Fabinho back into midfield for the first time since October in Wednesday’s win over RB Leipzig and Liverpool looked all the better for it. The Liverpool manager also lavished praise on both Nat Phillips and Ozan Kabak, so we should really see a repeat of that system here. Roberto Firmino missed out in the Champions League through injury and remains a doubt for the away side here. Diogo Jota may continue in the front three as a result where he will face his former club.
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