Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool are set to put their Premier League disappointments to one side as they prepare for mid-week FA Cup action. The Reds will take the trip to fellow Premier League side Wolverhampton Wanderers for a third round replay on Tuesday (January 17).
The Anfield outfit are coming off the back of a disappointing defeat to Brighton and Hove Albion last weekend. A brace from Solly March, as well as a goal from ex-Manchester United man Danny Welbeck meant that Liverpool lost 3-0, leaving them in 10th place and 19 points below leaders Arsenal.
But now attention turns to cup competitions as third round replays for the FA Cup are being played out this week. Liverpool are the reigning champions of the competition..
Liverpool’s opponents are a resurgent Wolverhampon Wanderers, who despite a slow start to the Premier League season are on the up under new manager Julen Lopetegui. The fixture was brought to a replay after both sides drew 2-2 on January 7 thanks to goals from Nunez, Salah, Guedes and Hee-chan.
Here is everything you need to know about Liverpool’s FA Cup third round replay clash with Wolverhampton Wanderers this weekend. From how to watch it on television to what time it kicks off.
Wolves vs Liverpool kick off time
The game is scheduled to take place on Tuesday (January 17). It will take place at Wolves’s Molineux Stadium. Kick off time is at 7.45pm.
How to watch Wolves vs Liverpool on TV and live stream
This fixture will be available to watch on BBC One with coverage starting at 7.30pm ahead of the 7.45pm kick-off. For those unable to watch on TV, fans can also stream the action on BBC iPlayer.
Liverpool offer fans the opportunity to register to listen to live audio match commentary through the official Liverpool FC website. You also have the opportunity to follow each of Liverpool’s and Wolves’ Twitter accounts to receive minute-by-minute updates of the game.
Who will Liverpool play in the FA Cup fourth round if they beat Wolves?
The winner of the clash between Wolverhampton Wanderers and Liverpool will face off against the Premier League’s Brighton and Hove Albion away from home. The round of fixtures are expected to take place between January 27 and January 30.
Wolves v Liverpool betting odds
- Wolves - 5/2
- Liverpool - 21/20
- Draw - 5/2