Wolves vs Liverpool FA Cup third round live score and goal updates

Wolves vs Liverpool FA Cup third round live score and goal updates


Video LoadingVideo UnavailableClick to playTap to playThe video will start in 8CancelPlay now Liverpool can enjoy some respite away from their Premier League title challenge tonight  But hosts Wolves will be looking to pull off an FA Cup upset.  Reds boss Jurgen Klopp will be keen for his side to bounce back from last week’s 2-1 defeat by rivals Manchester City  The German is set to make changes to his starting XI, however, which could give a boost to Nuno Espirito Santo’s men  Liverpool did enjoy a 2-0 win before Christmas at Molinuex. But will the home side have the last laugh this evening?  The game is live on BBC One You can follow all the action as it unfolds, right here – followed by the draw for the fourth round Teams  Wolves: Ruddy, Bennett, Coady, Boly, Otto, Dendoncker, Neves, Vinagre, Moutinho, Jimenez, Jota  Liverpool: Mignolet, Camacho, Fabinho, Lovren, Moreno, Milner, Keita, Jones, Shaqiri, Sturridge, Origi Key EventsGOAL! Wolves 2-1 Liverpool (Neves, 55)20:59GOAL! Wolves 1-1 Liverpool (Origi, 50)20:55GOAL! Wolves 1-0 Liverpool (Jimenez, 38)20:2220:59KEY EVENTGOAL! Wolves 2-1 Liverpool (Neves, 55) Wolves back in front in no time! It’s another stunner from distance from Ruben Neves  The ball is dipping and Neves’ shot completely catches Mignolet out. The Liverpool stopper won’t want to see it again but Wolves will!20:55KEY EVENTGOAL! Wolves 1-1 Liverpool (Origi, 50) Divock Origi makes it 1-1! He has barely had a sniff but smashed that one past Ruddy  The Wolves defence fail to deal with a ball forward and it falls to Origi after Milner’s effort is blocked  The Belgian shifts the ball onto his left foot and lashes a fierce drive into the net 20:55 Bennett’s long-throw almost leads to a second. The throw is flicked at the near post and almost falls to Jimenez, but he can’t quite adjust his feet 20:49Back underway! We are back in action at Molineux. No changes from either manager  Liverpool have some big-hitters on their bench. How long until we see them?20:4420:36Half-time! There is the half-time whistle at Molineux  Liverpool, regardless of their huge number of changes, have been poor. Klopp’s side just haven’t been at it in the first half and are deservedly behind  Wolves took a while to get going but are now ahead through the impressive Jimenez  The visitors need to improve.20:34 Fine play down the Wolves left from Vinagre. He gets to the byline and tries to find Jimenez with his pull back  Fabinho gets his toe to it, fortunately for Liverpool, and its cleared.20:2945 minsSTATSOverall Possession RatioPossession20:2820:27 Almost an instant response from Liverpool  It’s a great run from Keita and he slides in Moreno, who gets to the ball after a defensive slip  Fortunate;y for Wolves, the flag is up against the defender.20:22KEY EVENTGOAL! Wolves 1-0 Liverpool (Jimenez, 38) Raul Jimenez has put Wolves ahead! It’s a mistake from James Milner as Jota robs him off possession and Wolves are away  Jimenez is in acres of space and bears down on goal before firing past Mignolet. Liverpool need to pick it up!20:2020:17 That’s the first sighter for Shaqiri  The ball lands at the feet of the Swiss star and he should do better. Shaqiri drags his shot wide and although it takes a slight nick, a goal-kick is given  He hasn’t been in the game at all so far, Liverpool’s No.23.20:1430 minsSTATSOverall Possession RatioPossession20:11 Lovely footwork from Curtis Jones down the Liverpool left there, but his cross is comfortably caught by Ruddy  Liverpool are playing with a particularly high line but as yet, Wolves haven’t been able to exploit it 20:0719:59 it is all very scrappy so far. Wolves have arguably looked the most threatening in the first 15 minutes  Meanwhile, Milner is in the book for a trip on Jota.19:5915 minsSTATSOverall Possession RatioPossession19:5419:51 Liverpool are going to introduce 16-year-old Ki-Jana Hoever in Lovren’s place  The teenager was only born in 2002! He is their youngest ever player in the FA Cup 19:49 There is an early worry about Dejan Lovren. He is only one of two fit senior central defenders Liverpool have right now  It’s only taken a couple of minutes and he looks as though he has a problem. The Croat goes down and his night could be over 19:45Kick-off! Here we go. A lights show welcomes the two teams to the field. Liverpool will get us underway 19:37 Kick-off is just over 10 minutes away. It should be a cracker at Molineux. Who will secure their spot in round four?19:07Liverpool’s players have arrived18:47Wolves line-up Wolves: Ruddy, Bennett, Coady, Boly, Otto, Dendoncker, Neves, Vinagre, Moutinho, Jimenez, Jota 18:41Two teenagers start Jurgen Klopp has handed debuts to Liverpool youngsters Rafael Camacho and Curtis Jones against Wolves   The Reds are back in action at Molineux in the FA Cup third round following last week’s defeat to Manchester City  Klopp has made a total of nine changes for the encounter with just two players keeping their place – Dejan Lovren and James Milner Jurgen Klopp has handed debuts to Liverpool youngsters Rafael Camacho and Curtis Jones against Wolves  Among those coming in are Camacho and Jones, who have both been training with the first-team at Melwood after featuring in pre-season  Camacho looks set to start at right-back with Jones in midfield alongside Milner and Naby Keita  There are also places on the bench for two more youngsters in Ki-Jana Hoever and Isaac Christie-Davies 18:32 Jurgen Klopp says he wants to see Naby Keita be more confident when playing for Liverpool, but he’s backed the summer signing to eventually prove his worth  Having agreed a deal to join Liverpool in the summer of 2017, there was much excitement over Keita as he eventually moved to the Reds the following summer  He impressed in his first few games at the club, but he’s been affected by niggling injuries since then, with the likes of Gini Wijnaldum and Xherdan Shaqiri surpassing him in the midfield pecking order  Klopp admits that we haven’t seen the same player we saw at RB Leipzig, but says it won’t be long before Keita is more consistent  “No. That is sometimes how it is,” said Klopp when asked about Keita’s recent lack of action  “I spoke to him. [With] Naby everything is fine. I am completely happy with him. “Could he be a bit more confident in the games? Yes  “Is he exactly the player in his best time at Leipzig? No, but he is still adapting – that is how it is ”18:32Liverpool team Liverpool: Mignolet, Camacho, Fabinho, Lovren, Moreno, Milner, Keita, Jones, Shaqiri, Sturridge, Origi  Substitutes: Kelleher, Firmino, Mane, Salah, Hoever, Christie-Davies, Alexander-Arnold

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