Liverpool Vs Wolves FA Cup 2016–2017 IST Indian Time Live Stream and Telecast: Liverpool and Wolverhampton will play against each other in the FA Cup 4th round in an early kick off on Saturday at Anfield, January 28th.
Liverpool Vs Wolves FA Cup 2016–2017 IST (Indian Time), EST (USA Time), UK (British Time) Match Preview and Live Stream
Match: Liverpool Vs Wolves (FA Cup)
Date: January 28th, 2017; 7:30 EST, 12:30 UK, 18:00 IST
Venue: Anfield, Liverpool
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Jurgen Klopp’s side has not been in great shape since the beginning of the year 2017, having managed just 1 victory in all tournaments. Liverpool have drawn 3 of their 7 matches this year and lost 3 times. This record has pushed them down to 4th spot in the Premier League standings and keeping them 10 points behind current league leaders Chelsea. They will aim to win this game at Anfield and move into the 5th round of the FA Cup. As regards Liverpool injury concerns: Nathaniel Clyne and Marko Grujic are both doubts for this one, whilst Danny Ings and Adam Bogdan are definitely sidelined. Sadio Mane remains away at the African Cup of Nations, but Joel Matip has been cleared to play following his international dispute.
On the other hand, Wolves haven’t been in the best of form either, they are currently 18th in the Championship table with 32 points. They will enter this game from a 3–1 defeat to Norwich City last weekend. Wolves entered the 4th round of the FA Cup after a convincing 0–2 win against Premier League side Stoke City at Britannia Stadium. This time they are facing bigger threat and will need to put in more effort to achieve another win. Goalkeeper Carl Ikeme is suspended for Wolves on Saturday, whilst midfielder Romain Saiss is away at the African Cup of Nations.
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Liverpool have won five, drawn one, and lost one of their last seven meetings with Wolves.