Probable Team Lineups: Wolves v Liverpool
Here we go again. Last day of the transfer window and we’re all waiting for at least a striker after offloading Vokes as a loan and sold Keogh. Surely 3M must bring in at least one striker, and hopefully one with som class and skills?!
Well, that’s very important of course, but of more immediate importance is the game tonight at the Mol. O’Hara played for one half of the reserves game against Fulham yesterday and I’m glad he will be back soon, but of course not yet to this game. Craddock played all game and will be ready if picked against QPR, and so will probably Jamie.
Wolves have Carl Henry out serving his three match ban for a red card aswell. A friend of mine looked up our results without Henry the last two seasons and it was win, draw and loss 4-5-1. Not a bad result. We should have been a mid-table team without Henry, something I mentioned already in the beginning of this season.
Manager Dalglish in Liverpool will have problems who to pick for this game after playing the Manchester teams one after another in the cups. Very impressing to go through in both, but now its the third game in seven days. Its bound to affect their play and I believe that Dalglish will benefit to pick the fresh ones before class. But he has used their squad really smart so far and maybe he will keep the boat afloat, despite rough weather.
The BBC and others speculates in Wolves playing 4-4-2 because we don’t have enough midfielders with O’Hara and Henry out, but that shouldn’t be a problem. I believe that Liverpool has learned a lesson against Bolton away and will play 4-5-1 aswell, allthough they have Bellamy as an extra forward on the wing.
Milijas will be picked with Frimpong in the engine room of Wolves, with Edwards playing behind Fletcher when attacking. With Milijas and Frimpong covering the back four and feeding Jarvo and Kightly respectively on the flanks we will have very good options in attack. I hope Milijas has his left foot in order for this game and I hope for some distance shooting. I look forward to this game!
Dinner soon and then preparing for the game so I’ll better cut this short. The result will be a Wolves win. Not because we are lucky or because the Liverpool players are exhausted. Because we are the better team with the players we have to our disposal in this game and we play at home. 3-1 to Wolves! The probable starting elevens below.
UP THE WOLVES!!!