Liverpool will be desperate to make a comeback against Wolves on Tuesday in the FA cup match after they were humiliated by Brighton 3-0.
The Reds were even trolled by netizens that they were lucky enough to only concede 3 goals as they were completely outclassed by Roberto De Zerbi’s team.
After the last match humiliation, Jurgen Klopp will definitely be thinking of making changes in the squad and will be looking to come back stronger.
The predicted lineup of Liverpool vs Wolves for the FA cup
Alisson Becker is to keep his place fixed and will most probably not get changed anymore in this season.
At the right-back, we can see Trent Alexander-Arnold starting for the Reds as it seems the player is returning back to form.
In the center-back positions, we can see Joe Gomez and Joel Matip together as Ibrahima Konate can be rested. While Van Dijk continues to be out due to his injury.
At left-back, Andy Robertson might be rested as Kostas Tskimikas can be given a chance against the Wolves.
Furthermore, going by Jurgen Klopp’s latest comments, we can see another change in the midfield as Stefan Bajcetic can replace Fabinho depending on how he trained.
Jordan Henderson was substituted late into the game, so it seems that the captain was preparing for the FA cup tie.
Alongside Stefan Bajcetic, Jurgen Klopp also commented on James Milner so it is highly likely that Milner will be playing whereas Thiago may be rested.
Moreover, for the attack, Klopp will keep Salah in his place as the Reds manager will not take a risk by not playing his best player witnessing recent results.
As per Klopp, Darwin Nunez is still not completely fit, so Cody Gakpo can be the striker for the team.
Finally, at the left-wing Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain will also retain his place. So overall the attack will be the same as the team’s last fixture.
Liverpool’s predicted starting XI:
Alisson, Alexander-Arnold, Gomez, Matip, Tsimikas; Bajcetic, Henderson, Milner; Salah, Gakpo, Oxlade-Chamberlain.
The fans and the team are desperate to get back in form and have their faith in Klopp. Let’s see if the Reds can make a comeback following their defeat.