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Liverpool vs Wolves Matchday Stats Preview

Liverpool vs Wolves Matchday Stats Preview 

Liverpool have won 13 of their last 14 Premier League meetings with Wolves, with the exception being a 3-0 loss at Molineux in February last season.

Wolves have lost eight of their nine Premier League away games against Liverpool, with the exception being a 1-0 win in December 2010 when the Reds were managed by Roy Hodgson.

Liverpool haven’t lost on any of the last 16 occasions when they’ve finished their league campaign with a home game (W14 D2), winning the last eight in a row. Their last such defeat was against Arsenal in the 1988-89 campaign, with the Gunners winning 2-0 to secure their first league title in 18 years.

Wolves have lost eight and won just one of their nine Premier League games on MD38. Their win rate of 11% on the final day is the lowest of any side currently in the competition, while their current run of losing seven consecutive such games is the joint-longest in English top-flight history.

Liverpool haven’t kept a clean sheet in any of their last 10 Premier League games, conceding at least twice in each of the last four. They’ve not conceded multiple goals in five consecutive league games since April 1999.

Between Christmas Eve and March 9th, only the current top three sides earned more points in the Premier League than Wolves (22 – W7 D1 L3). Since then, only Sheffield United (2) have won fewer points than Gary O’Neil’s side (5), with Wolves winning just one of their last nine (D2 L6).

Liverpool have conceded at least once in each of their last 10 Premier League home games. They last had a longer run without a league clean sheet at home between January and November 1954, a run of 17 games that included relegation to the second division.

This will be J├╝rgen Klopp’s 334th and final Premier League match in charge of Liverpool. He won his final league game in charge of both FSV Mainz 05 (May 2008) and Borussia Dortmund (May 2015), though none of Liverpool’s last six managers have won their final league game in charge of the club (D3 L3).

Mo Salah is set to make his 250th Premier League appearance for Liverpool in this match. The Egyptian already has the second-highest combined goals and assists tally by any player in their first 250 appearances for a single club in the competition (223 – 155 goals, 68 assists), behind only Thierry Henry for Arsenal (243 – 171 goals, 72 assists).

No Wolves player has scored more Premier League goals this season than Hwang Hee-chan (12). He gave his side the lead in the reverse fixture against Liverpool at Molineux – the last Wolves player to score home and away against the Reds in a league campaign was John Richards in 1972-73.



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My Hack Stuff: Liverpool vs Wolves Matchday Stats Preview
Liverpool vs Wolves Matchday Stats Preview
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