Wolves and Liverpool look well positioned in mid-table before squaring up against each other this coming Monday. As such, both sides will be looking to add to their points tally without too much risk. Placed 12th in the table Wolves have amassed 35 points after 28 matches. On 43 points The Reds are ranked in 8th place with as many matches as the home side.
Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Liverpool Betting Tips & Predictions
It has been a few rounds since Wolves last taste of success in the Premier League and they should expect no presents from upcoming opponents Liverpool.
Stats and facts for Wolves and Liverpool.
- Wolves did not win the last 3 matches in a row;
- Wolves unbeaten the last 3 matches in a row at home;
- Total goals was UNDER 3.5 in Wolves’s last 4 of 6 matches;
- Wolves scored in the last 5 of 7 matches.
- Liverpool has lost in the last 6 of 7 matches;
- Liverpool conceded in the last 10 of 12 matches;
- Total goals was UNDER 3.5 in Liverpool’s last 5 of 7 matches;
- Total goals was UNDER 3.5 in Liverpool’s last 4 matches in the row.
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Form Wolves vs Liverpool
The form of both teams is one of the biggest things to consider before placing a bet on the upcoming game.
Wolves in nice flow.
Results have pretty much up to scratch in recent matches for Wolves who have been neither awesome nor poor. In their previous 3 matches Wolves split the points in a 1-1 draw against Newcastle and went on to a 4-1 defeat against Manchester City. Their latest match served up a dull 0-0 draw at Aston Villa.
Liverpool finally end miserable run
While not exactly disastrous, 3 wins in the last 6 games for Liverpool is not a fantastic output either. In their last 3 matches The Reds was defeated 1-0 by Chelsea, followed by a 1-0 defeat against Fulham. Their most recent match brought a 2-0 win against RB Leipzig in the Champions League.
In a match between two sides performing almost identical in recent weeks, we still favor The Reds to first make a breakthrough.
Wolves v Liverpool Fixture History
The fixture history of the two teams delivers good insights that are worth considering before placing a bet on the upcoming game.
Liverpool look to extend superior advantage:
The last time the two sides faced off against each other The Reds came away as 4-0 winners at home at Anfield back in December 2020 in the England – Premier League Both sides have seemingly entered their latest matches in a cautious state of mind. 8 of their 10 most recent encounters saw at least one team managing a clean sheet. Liverpool usually enjoy playing Wolves, taking all 3 points against them 8 times in the last 10 meetings in the Premier League.
Wolves lie 12th in the table on 35 points from 28 matches. 8 points ahead following the first 28 matches Liverpool find themselves in a disappointing 8th place.
Full Time Betting
The bookmakers are offering following odds for this match: Wolves to win pays out at 4.75, the best prize for a draw is 3.60, while an away win for Liverpool returns you odds 1.70. Wolves won 4 of their last 10 home league games whereas Liverpool lost 2 of their last 10 away league games.
Looking at the prices on offer by the bookmakers, the chance of this match seeing both teams to score (BTTS) lies at 53%. This equals odds 1.87 if you wish to place a bet on BTTS. Speculating in the opposite outcome that at least one side keeps a clean sheet pays out at 1.90. The last 10 home league games for Wolves averaged 2.2 goals per game with BTTS paying out 6 of these last 10 matches.In the previous 10 away league games for Liverpool the average total goals were 2.8 with 6 of these 10 matches seeing BTTS.
Looking at the prices on offer by the bookmakers, the chance of this match going over 2.5 goals is 52%. This equals odds 1.91 if you wish to place a bet on OVER 2.5 goals. Speculating in the opposite outcome of under 2.5 goals pays out at 1.80. The last 10 home league games of Wolves had an average of 2.2 goals per match. Of their last 10 home matches 4 went over 2.5 goals.Liverpool’s last 10 away league games averaged 2.8 goals per game. Meanwhile, 6 of Liverpool’s last 10 away matches offered over 2.5 goals.