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Liverpool Vs Wolverhampton

Prediction : Under 3.5 Goals

== Head-to-head

Liverpool have won the past four Premier League meetings, and only lost one of nine (W6, D2).

This will be the sixth time Liverpool and Wolves have met in their final game of a top-flight season, with Liverpool winning the previous five by an aggregate score of 12-4.

However, Wolves have won two of the three most recent encounters, both by a 2-1 scoreline in the FA Cup: at Anfield in 2017 and Molineux this January. They could win consecutive away fixtures against Liverpool for the first time since 1950.

== Liverpool

The Reds have earned eight league wins in a row and are on the longest current unbeaten run in the top flight (W12, D4).

They could remain unbeaten at home in consecutive top-flight seasons for the first time in 39 years.

Victory on Sunday would equal the club top-flight record of 30 in a season, set over 42 matches in 1978-79.

Liverpool have not lost their final home match of a campaign in 13 attempts since the famous 0-2 defeat in a title decider against Arsenal in 1989.

Their tally of 18 headed goals in the Premier League this season is more than any other side.

Jurgen Klopps side have also scored an unrivalled 22 league goals from set-pieces, excluding penalties.

Sadio Mane has scored 16 Premier League home goals in 2018-19, the most by any player.

Liverpool are the first team in Premier League history to have two defenders each provide at least 10 assists in a season. Full-backs Trent Alexander-Arnold and Andy Robertson have set up 11 goals apiece (according to the Premier League).

== Wolverhampton Wanderers

Wolves will end the season with the best league position and points total by a newly-promoted club since Ipswich came fifth with 66 points in 2000-01.

They have accrued 16 points from 11 league games against the top-six sides, easily the best return among the 14 lower-ranked clubs.

Wolves could become only the third side finishing lower than sixth to beat as many as five teams from that elite group in a Premier League season. Southampton did so in 1997-98, as did West Ham in 2015-16.

They are vying to register four successive top-flight wins for the first time since December 1971 to January 1972.

Nuno Espirito Santo has named an unchanged starting XI in 14 Premier League games this season, a tally only matched by Burnley.