Two key changes – Liverpool’s strongest possible 4-3-3 XI vs Wolves

Liverpool needed a miracle to oust Barcelona from the Champions League on Tuesday night. They might need more than a miracle on Sunday to win the Premier League title, especially with things out of their hands.

The Reds will collide against Wolverhampton at Anfield and Klopp’s men should be considered favorites to earn all three points.

The Merseysiders defeated the Catalan giants without Firmino and Salah. As per the latest update provided by Jurgen Klopp, the Brazilian international is still unfit, however, the Egyptian superstar could return to face Wolves (The Daily Mail).

Salah would likely replace Xherdan Shaqiri to start in his preferred right wing role and Sadio Mane should retain his place on the left wing.

In the absence of Firmino, Origi should once again get the nod to start as the main center forward up front.

Gini Wijnaldum came off the bench and netted a fantastic brace against Barca in the Champions League. The Dutch international should return to the starting XI and he would likely replace Milner to partner Fabinho and skipper Henderson in the center of the park.

As far as the back-line is concerned, Robertson had to deal with an injury concern vs Barcelona but he is expected to be fit to face Wolves at the weekend (The Daily Mail).

The likes of Alexander-Arnold, Matip and Van Dijk should retain their starting places in the defense in front of Brazilian shot stopper, Alisson.

Here is Liverpool’s strongest possible 4-3-3 XI vs Wolves:


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