FA Cup 4th round fixtures out as Liverpool set to face another PL team if they beat Wolves

FA Cup 4th round awaits Liverpool

Liverpool are going to face Brighton if they beat Wolves to reach FA Cup 4th round.

After a dramatic FA Cup tie against Wolves, the Reds are ready to face them in midweek for the FA Cup third-round 2nd leg match.

Liverpool awaits FA Cup 4th round

After coming from 1-0 down on Saturday, Liverpool were unable to hold on to their lead against Wolves, who forced a reply with a staggering 2-2 draw.

It is confirmed that the Reds are facing The Wanderers at Molineux on Tuesday, January 17.

The game will kick off at 1.30 pm (GMT) and will be telecast on BBC One in the UK.

On the other hand, Brighton smashed struggling Chelsea and are waiting to meet the winner of the FA Cup third round. Either Liverpool or Wolves will meet Brighton in the fourth round at the AMEX Stadium, which is to take place on Sunday, January 29th.

All eyes on the Egyptian

This game is also going to be special for the Egyptian magician as this could be Mo Salah’s 300th game in English football.

The LFC boss has a task to not repeat the mistakes that happened in the previous fixture. The Merseyside giants have to be defensively solid and must not concede a goal at first.

klopp in the press conference

On speaking about the game the Reds manager siad

“ All the games are really important and it’s a very, very important for us for different reasons…..Yes, we have problems, everybody knowns with injuries and these kind of things, but we still could have done better. We could have used our opportunities better.”

Jurgen also expressed his feeling on Salah’s potential 300th appearance in English football

“What a journey! I would say his dreams and our dreams came true in that period but it’s not over yet. Mo looks sharp, he is fit still after all those years, after all these games and that’s very important.”

Klopp has vast experience with such difficult matches. This will be German’s fifth FA Cup replay in charge with the English club. The Merseyside giants have won three of the previous four.

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