Liverpool is going head to head with Wolverhampton starting on 10 Sept 2022 at 14:00 UTC at Anfield stadium, Liverpool city, England. The match is a part of the Premier League. Currently, Liverpool rank 6th, while Wolverhampton hold 18th position. Looking to compare the best-rated player on both teams? rating system assigns each player a specific rating based on numerous data factors. On livescore you can find all previous Liverpool vs Wolverhampton results sorted by their H2H matches. also provides the best way to follow the live score of this game with various sports features. Therefore, you can: Follow detailed statistics such as ball possession, shots, corner kicks, big chances created, cards, key passes, duels and more Check all head to head matches – for instance, in the last season Liverpool and Wolverhampton played 2 games against each other
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Coady looked to have opened the scoring for Everton on 69 minutes when he tapped in at the far post to divert Neal Maupay’s cross into the net, but after a lengthy VAR review, the on-loan Wolves defender saw his goal ruled out. Although a defeat would have been harsh on Liverpool, who hit the woodwork three times, Everton gave their best derby performance at Goodison for a number of years, and aside from Coady’s disallowed goal also hit the woodwork through midfielder Tom Davies and saw Maupay denied by a goal by a brilliant Alisson save. The draw left Everton still searching for their first win of the season and Liverpool also remain without a victory away from home this term. But the bigger significance for Liverpool is the number of points they have dropped in six games this season. Jurgen Klopp’s team have now dropped as many points as they won — nine — and they ended this game four points behind champions Manchester City, who have played one game fewer.
It could have been worse for Liverpool, though, had VAR recommended a red card after a bad challenge by Virgil van Dijk on Amadou Onana late in the game. Had Van Dijk’s foul been deemed serious foul play by VAR, the Liverpool defender could have been dismissed, but he survived the incident to remain on the pitch. Darwin Nunez could have picked a better game to return from a three-match suspension that a Merseyside derby at Goodison Park, but Liverpool’s record signing survived the hostile environment without being lulled into another disciplinary issue. The Uruguay international, suspended after being sent off for violent conduct against Crystal Palace last month, had to cope with the close attentions of defenders James Tarkowski and Coady as well as a passionate home crowd that was ready to goad the former Benfica striker at every opportunity.
But Nunez held his nerve and showed flashes of why Liverpool expect him to be the focal point of their attack for years to come. He almost scored with a dipping volley late in the first half, only to see keeper Jordan Pickford brilliantly tip his shot onto the crossbar. Pickford denied Nunez again early in the second half when the Everton No. 1 kept out a well-struck half-volley by the Liverpool forward. Having been forced to sit out three games so soon after his arrival, Nunez may have felt he had to rebuild bridges with his teammates and the club’s fans against Everton. But while he couldn’t find a goal to repay them for his Palace red card, Nunez showed plenty of other qualities and it is clear that he will be a positive addition to Klopp’s squad at Anfield. Everton’s poor record when it comes to transfers in recent seasons has been one of the major factors in the club’s failure to deliver on the pitch, but their performance against Liverpool showed that this summer’s recruitment have finally made a positive impact on the team.
Largely because of the financial implications of seeing major backer Alisher Usmanov sanctioned by the UK government earlier this year due to links with Vladimir Putin, Everton have had to go back to basics in the transfer market by searching for bargains and loan signings. Free transfer James Tarkowski and on-loan Coady are two examples of the smart acquisitions, with the two England internationals forming a reliable partnership at centre-half. Tarkowski and Coady had to keep Nunez and Mohamed Salah quiet, but they managed it well, even when Roberto Firmino was added to Liverpool’s front line in the second half. Idrissa Gueye, signed from Paris Saint-Germain this week, has also proven himself at Everton during a previous spell at the club, and Maupay enjoyed a lively debut following his arrival from Brighton.
NAME: Liverpool – Wolverhampton
DATE: 10 Sept 2022
TIME: 14:00 UTC
VENUE: Anfield, Liverpool, England