Liverpool v Wolves – Premier League Betting Guide: Sunday 12th May 2019

    Liverpool v Wolverhampton Wanderers 15:00

  • Already met this season, Wolves 0-2 Liverpool
  • Also met in the FA Cup this season, Wolves 2-1 Liverpool
  • Last repeat fixture (2011), Liverpool 2-1 Wolves
  • Liverpool have lost just one to Wolves in the Premier League (9 games)
  • Liverpool have won their last 4 vs Wolves in the league
  • 5 of the last 6 head-to-heads went OVER 2.5 GOALS
  • Both teams ‘DIDN’T’ score in 7 of the last 8 league head-to-heads
  • 4 of the last 5 repeat league fixtures went UNDER 2.5 GOALS

After their dramatic comeback win in Europe during midweek, Liverpool will probably still be rocking by the time they face Wolves in the Premier League on Sunday.

Liverpool head into the final round of league games just a point behind City so they know they will need to get all three points here if they are to stand a chance of leapfrogging the Manchester side on the final game.

Yes, Liverpool, who are still looking for their first Premier League title, will also ned City to either draw or lose their game at Brighton, but after what we saw at Anfield in midweek – I think it’s fair to say………..anything’s possible.

Liverpool, with 18 top-flight league titles to their name (none since the start of the Premier League in 1992) will be looking for their first title since 1990!

The face a Wolves side that have done themselves proud since coming up to the top-flight this season and will be a big test for Liverpool, but with home advantage and a lot at stake its hard to see anything but a win for the Merserysiders here.

The sides met earlier this season and that ended, Wolves 0-2 Liverpool, while the last repeat fixture (2011) finished Liverpool 2-1 Wolves.

In fact, Liverpool have lost just one game to Wolves in the Premier League, and the Reds have won their last four against Wanderers.

The match betting sees Liverpool at 1.33, the draw 5.50 and Wolves on offer at 7.50.

The Overs/Unders stats have a contrasting look to them with 4 of the last 5 repeat fixtures going under 2.5 goals, but 5 of the last 6 overall head-to-heads saw 3+ goals.

So, the safer call here might be to side with both teams ‘NOT’ to score at 1.80. This bet has paid out in 7 of the last 8 clashes (88%) – therefore, the 1.80 on this happening again looks fair value on a bet that’s rewarded backers 88% of the time.