Wolves v Liverpool predictions: No away-day blues on cards for the Reds
Jurgen Klopp's side much more comfortable away from Anfield
Free football tips, best bets and analysis for Wolverhampton Wanderers v Liverpool in the Premier League on Monday.
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The game comes too early for Raul Jimenez, while the hosts also have doubts over Fernando Marcal and Daniel Podence.
Joel Matip, Virgil van Dijk, Joe Gomez and Jordan Henderson remain sidelined. Diogo Jota maystart against his former club due to doubts over Roberto Firmino.
Anywhere but Anfield suits Liverpool at the moment and they'll be looking to put their home woes behind them when they head to Wolves on Monday.
Injuries and fatigue have plagued the Reds but with players returning and history on their side, they can claim three vital points in the teams' 100th league meeting.
That's not to say it will be easy, with Wolves in encouraging form, having lost just one of their last seven matches.
After three games on the road, they head back to Molineux, where they are unbeaten in three in the league and won last time out, defeating Leeds 1-0 on February 19.
That was Nuno's side's fifth home win of the season and they will be confident having beaten Chelsea and Arsenal and drawn with Tottenham and Leicester.
They have a miserable record against the Reds that stretches back long before December's 4-0 loss at Anfield. That result was their eighth straight league reverse to Liverpool, who they have beaten only once in the Premier League era, a 1-0 win at Anfield in December 2010.
Liverpool's victory earlier this season contributed to their run of 68 unbeaten league home games but the champions have now lost their last six at Anfield.
If the season had started on January 1, the Reds would be 17th in the Premier League, while in Europe's top five leagues, only Southampton and Serie A's Crotone have lost more than their eight in this calendar year.
But Jurgen Klopp's men have shown signs of recovery, especially on the road. Including their two Champions League games against RB Leipzig, which were played on neutral territory in Budapest, the Reds have won five of their last six matches away from Anfield.
There were also real signs of promise in last Wednesday's 2-0 European win over Leipzig, particularly Fabinho's return in midfield.
Injuries have meant the Brazilian has primarily been deployed in defence this season but was restored to the engine room in Hungary and provided the composure that has been missing during his secondment to the back-line.
Another positive was an assist for former Wolves man Diogo Jota, who provided the pass for Mohamed Salah's opener against Die Roten Bullen and is likely to start with Roberto Firmino a doubt due to a knee injury.
Jota netted 33 goals in 111 league games for the Molineux club before moving on last September and after recently returning from his own knee problem, a first goal since November would be a timely boost.
Wolves are a tough nut to crack but Liverpool's league form has to turn at some point and with Anfield at the back of their minds, they can claim a crucial victory.
Liverpool have won their last eight Premier League games against Wolves.
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