Having seen their unbeaten league record go at the hands of Manchester City, Liverpool should be highly motivated for their FA Cup third-round trip to Wolves.
What sort of side Reds’ head coach Jurgen Klopp puts out will be interesting to see, with the German having already confirmed that Simon Mignolet will start in goal in place of Alisson Becker.
Other squad players are sure to be given a chance to impress, although the same is almost certain to be the case for the hosts – with the Premier League remaining top priority for all concerned.
With unfamiliar line-ups likely to be on display, you would expect there to be goals on the cards at Molineux on Monday evening and, while it would only offer a modest return, both teams to score is certainly a market to watch.
If you fancy the visitors to come out on top, then a Liverpool win and both teams to score offers possibilities for a substantial return at 53/20.
These two sides met in the fourth round of the FA Cup two years ago, when the Midlanders earned a famous 2-1 victory at Anfield thanks to goals from Richard Stearman and Andreas Weimann.
With that in mind, Wolves to win and both teams to score at 11/2 might take your fancy.
With a host of squad players likely to be on display, England midfielder Adam Lallana is set to be a man on a mission, having seen his season to date somewhat ruined by injury.
He has yet to get on the scoresheet in eight appearances so far this term, so will no doubt be eager to get off the mark on Monday evening.
Also worth keeping an eye on is striker Daniel Sturridge, who is a likely starter given that the likes of Mo Salah and Roberto Firmino are set to be given a rest.
Sturridge, 5/4 to score at any time, has not found the net in any of his last ten appearances and will be desperate to improve on that record.
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