A glorious Premier League title race concludes on Sunday, with Liverpool hoping to pip Manchester City to the post as they host Wolves.
The Reds are a point behind Pep Guardiola’s men, and head into the final matchday in barnstorming form, having won 15 of their previous 17 Premier League outings (drawing the other two).
A much-changed Reds side secured a 2-1 comeback win over Southampton last time out, although we can expect a more familiar set-up this weekend, despite the Champions League final coming less than a week after Sunday’s clash.
Here’s how Liverpool could shape up against a Wolves side in dire form.
GK: Alisson – One of the two players to keep their place in the side that played the Saints last time out, the Brazilian shot-stopper will of course retain his spot here, too.
RB: Trent Alexander-Arnold – Joe Gomez will be out of contention after sustaining a knock at St. Mary’s but, in any case, Alexander-Arnold would have come back into the lineup.
CB: Joel Matip – The unlikely source of the winning goal in midweek to make it two in two, Matip should be in line third successive Premier League start.
CB: Ibrahima Konate – Virgil van Dijk is one big-name doubt for this weekend’s clash and, with that trip to Paris looming, Klopp will likely opt to use Konate rather than risk his main defender.
LB: Andy Robertson – Kostas Tsimikas has had a really impressive week in Liverpool colours but Robbo should be set to return to the side.
CM: Naby Keita – Came onto the pitch for a very brief stint on Tuesday but should be given a role from the off here.
CM: Jordan Henderson – Fabinho is another player nearing a return but will likely not be ready for a start here, so Henderson should be set to take up his position at the heart of the side.
CM: Thiago – Has been stellar over the course of the last few months and is definitely in Liverpool’s strongest XI.
RW: Sadio Mane – The Balon d’Or contender will likely be reinstated as the Reds put out a more familiar side for this one.
ST: Roberto Firmino – With Mohamed Salah also doubtful for Sunday’s game Firmino, who put in a great display in midweek, could retain his place in the front line.
LW: Luis Diaz – His first few months as a Liverpool player have probably gone better than he would have dreamed of – deserves another start this weekend after being rested last time out.