Klopp confirms Moreno will start against Wolves

Klopp confirms Moreno will start against Wolves

Klopp confirms Moreno will start against Wolves

Undoubtedly Wolves" form against the "big six' this season tells us just how good they can be, and that is perhaps the best form line to judge them on.

"But what we will do with him now for the game, I don't know".

"Simon is a Premier League goalkeeper, everyone knows that". You'll go a long way to find a more freaky nine-point haul than the one achieved by Leicester, who defeated Chelsea and Everton away from home as well as Manchester City at the King Power Stadium, but surprisingly lost at home to Cardiff. The good thing is that if one of these boys will play on Monday, then it is all my responsibility.

Premier League leaders Liverpool went down 2-1 at the Etihad Stadium on Thursday, the Reds' first top-flight loss of the campaign reducing the gap at the top to four points.

This indicates that the former Sevilla star could move on for free in the summer as he continues to struggle for game-time on a regular basis under Klopp on Merseyside.

While Liverpool have made progress under Klopp, they are yet to win silverware, losing Champions League, Europa League and EFL Cup finals.

"I was fine with the performance, the intensity of the game".

Nevertheless, it seems Moreno is still held in high esteem by his manager as he prepares to depend on him to help the team advance through to the fourth round of the FA Cup.

Liverpool faced Wolves in the Premier League on December 21, with goals from Mohamed Salah and Virgil van Dijk ensuring a 2-0 victory. Manchester City and Liverpool were two teams who understood the importance of the occasion and responded in the right way.

Adam Lallana has made a few sub appearances of late, Jordan Henderson has won himself a spot back in the lineup and James Milner has recovered from injury-but Naby Keita has been left on the bench unused for the past three league matches. "We came through the intense period somehow okay, but we have to make changes".

The Reds have played 11 games since November 24, nine of those in the Premier League, but Klopp is expected to name a fairly-strong starting lineup in the West Midlands.

"I would say we had the toughest draw together with Chelsea in the first round of the League Cup".

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