Match Thread: Liverpool FC vs Wolves
A proper challenge
May 12 2019
Liverpool will aim to become only the second team to 'do the double' over Wolves this afternoon as they seek to win their first Premier League title. Wolves aim to spoil their party!!
Nuno Espirito Santo appears to be treating today's game like any other rather than the last game of the season which will also help decide Liverpool's title ambitions. After the week they have had in Europe Liverpool will surely be bouyant in their search to continue their unbeaten run. Wolves once again have a fully fit squad to choose from, but it remains to be seen whether Nuno will give any of his youngsters a chance this afternoon.
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For the final time in this great season, the best for 39 years .... UTW!
The atmosphere at Anfield will be electric and I have no doubt that this young team of ours will give a good account of themselves. Hoping for a positive result but we are up against a classy opponent.
Line-up: Patricio, Bennett, Coady, Boly, Doherty, Dendoncker, Neves, Moutinho, Jonny, Jimenez, Jota
Subs: Ruddy, Vinagre, Kilman, Gibbs-White, Costa, Cavaleiro, Traore
We have a great record against the top sides but today played the first 20 mins like a lower league team enjoying a day out at a top side in the cup. I prefer to see us go out on our shield than behave like cowards with Accrington Stanley shirts too frightened to leave our box. This type of football is the reason so many sides have such a huge disparity between home/away records playing "frightened football" instead of a bit of confidence. A pitch is still a pitch no matter what colour the shirts are around it.
Great season, congratulations Wolves. Keep it up and keep working hard to improve.