Watch Liverpool vs. Wolves – Live Online Streams and Worldwide TV Info
Liverpool’s defence of the FA Cup begins with a third round tie against Wolves at Anfield on Saturday. Here’s how to watch live online and on TV worldwide.
🔴WATCH LIVE▶️ LIVERPOOL VS WOLVES LIVE
🔴WATCH LIVE▶️ LIVERPOOL VS WOLVES LIVE
The Reds were crowned FA Cup winners for the first time in 16 years last season, beating Chelsea on penalties in the final at Wembley.
Their first match in this season’s competition will see them host a Wolves side showing signs of improvement under Julen Lopetegui.
New signing Cody Gakpo, who completed his move from PSV earlier this week, is expected to make his debut, with Liverpool in desperate need of a positive result after defeat to Brentford on Monday.
Check This Is Anfield for the latest team news ahead of the match.
You can also follow the game by downloading the This is Anfield app, including lineups, live coverage and all the reaction and analysis.
The match gets underway at 8pm (GMT) – or 3pm in New York, 12pm in Los Angeles, 7am (Sunday) in Sydney, 12am (Sunday) in Dubai and 11pm in Nairobi.
Liverpool vs. Wolves is being shown live on ITV 4 in the UK, which is available to live stream on ITVX.
This Is Anfield will also be providing live text commentary throughout on our website and full match reaction and analysis on the This Is Anfield app for iPhone and Android later.
Cody Gakpo is set to make his Liverpool debut in Saturday's FA Cup third-round tie against Wolves at Anfield.
The Netherlands forward joined the Reds from PSV Eindhoven at the start of the January transfer window in a deal worth 40-50m euros (£35.4m-£44.3m).
"First impressions of him are brilliant," said boss Jurgen Klopp.
"Somehow he will be involved, definitely. He is a joy to watch. He is natural in the offensive part of the game and knows where the goal is."
Captain Jordan Henderson is in contention to start for Liverpool, who won their eighth FA Cup last term.
The England midfielder was missing for their 3-1 Premier League defeat at Brentford due to concussion although the Reds will be without defender Virgil van Dijk who is "out for more than a month" with a hamstring problem.Joel Matip, Ibrahima Konate, Joe Gomez and Nathaniel Phillips are Klopp's other options in the centre-back position.
Nearly 6,000 Wolves are expected to travel to Merseyside and manager Julen Lopetegui may opt to hand Atletico Madrid loanee Matheus Cunha his first start for the Premier League strugglers.
The visitors will also need to check on the fitness of winger Daniel Podence, who was withdrawn at half time in their 1-1 draw at Aston Villa on Wednesday.
"I have to enjoy this environment tomorrow, but in the same way, we want to enjoy and win a good match," said Lopetegui.
"We are going to try to be ready to convince the players that despite all the difficulties that we have, we will be ready to be competitive tomorrow. We have a big vision for this cup.
"We are going to be ready to try and beat a fantastic team in Liverpool, one of the best teams in the world, who have an incredible squad and a fantastic coach, so it's going to be a good challenge for us."Liverpool vs Wolves LIVE! FA Cup match stream, latest team news, lineups, TV, prediction
Liverpool vs Wolves LIVE!
A busy Saturday of FA Cup third round action tonight concludes at Anfield as the Reds begin the defence of their FA Cup crown against Premier League opposition. Liverpool have started the new year in dismal fashion with a comprehensive defeat at Brentford, but can right those wrongs with victory tonight in front of a home crowd.January signing Cody Gakpo will be making his debut, having arrived from PSV just over a week ago, though Virgil van Dijk is missing having been ruled out for a month with a hamstring injury. The centre-back joins Naby Keita and Roberto Firmino on the sidelines.
These two teams met in the same stage of the FA Cup four years ago - four years to the day in fact - as Wolves ran out 2-1 winners at Molineux. Two years prior to that, in the fourth round, Wolves also beat Liverpool by the same scoreline. Will history repeat once again? Follow the game LIVE below with our dedicated match blog.Liverpool vs Wolves LIVE - team news, kick-off time, TV channel, score and FA Cup stream
Liverpool match updates, live commentary stream, latest score, goals, team news, line-ups, TV channel and analysis against Wolves in the FA Cup.Welcome to our live coverage as Liverpool welcome Wolves to Anfield in the third round of the FA Cup.
Jurgen Klopp's side started 2023 in miserable fashion with a 3-1 loss away at Brentford, but have a chance to put that right when Wolves visit Merseyside in the FA Cup.
Liverpool have seen themselves slip to seven points behind Manchester United in fourth spot as a place in the top four is looking more challenging as the weeks go by. The Reds now have the chance to put their Premier League woes behind them as they look to defend the FA Cup they won back in May.
Klopp could hand a debut to new boy Cody Gakpo after he completed two training sessions with the Reds last week. One huge absentee is Virgil van Dijk after the Dutchman was replaced at half-time on Monday due to a hamstring injury. Naby Keita and Roberto Firmino were also absent from training, but Jordan Henderson is back involved after recovering from a concussion.
Join Ian Doyle and Theo Squires live from Anfield this evening, as they bring you build up, team news and minute-by-minute coverage, with kick-off at 8pm and coverage starting at 7:15pm.
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Podence was forced off at half-time during Wolves' 1-1 draw against Aston Villa on Wednesday night. The Portuguese international faces a late test to see if he can be passed fit.
The Midlands club have three long-term absentees in Chiquinho, Sasa Kalajdzic and Pedro Neto, but Lopetegui admitted today that he is awaiting late fitness results on more than just Podence:
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