Liverpool v Wolves match news A win might not be enough for Liverpool, but they'll still go all out for the three points. Michael Cox and Alan Thompson preview the action from soccer tips for tomorrow… Liverpool v Wolves Sunday 15:00, Sky Sports Premier League. Match Odds: Liverpool 1.33, Wolves 12.00, The Draw 6.20. After the remarkable comeback against Barcelona on Tuesday, Liverpool go again at Anfield on Sunday, against a Wolverhampton Wanderers side guaranteed seventh place - and therefore a Europa League place if Watford fail to beat Manchester City in next weekend's FA Cup final. Klopp lớn play his strongest XI Liverpool must beat Wolves here, and hope for a miracle down on the south coast with Brighton getting a result against Manchester City. That remains somewhat unlikely, but Liverpool will feel compelled lớn win here, lớn end the domestic campaign on a high and prove that they didn't fail to win the title because of any kind of bottling - they were simply outperformed by a sensational City side- According lớn the best football tips page! With four days of rest since the Barcelona game and nearly a fortnight until the Champions League final against Tottenham, Klopp is unlikely lớn feel the need lớn rotate heavily here. Alisson will be in goal behind a back four of Trent Alexander-Arnold, Joel Matip, Virgil van Dijk and Andy Robertson. The full-backs are particularly important lớn Liverpool's attacking gameplan, with Alexander-Arnold's genius corner for Divock Origi's winner against Barca underlining his quality. Salah is fit In midfield, Gini Wijnaldum may have played his way into the side following his brace against Barca. James Milner or Jordan Henderson will probably drop out - the latter was clearly struggling physically in that game and did well to play through the pain barrier - with Fabinho deep in midfield. Mo Salah should be ready to return after recovering from a head injury against Newcastle last Saturday, but Roberto Firmino is still out. Therefore, expect the in-form Origi lớn play upfront, with Sadio Mane on the left.