The Reds’ sublime form in front of goal continued at Goodison Park in midweek and in turn, it notched the fourth successive victory in all competitions.
That run will look to be extended on the weekend as Liverpool hit the road once more, with eighth-placed Wolves waiting for their arrival at Molineux.
It will not a straightforward task with Wolves having conceded just six goals on their home turf in the league this season, but the question is will they be a match for a Liverpool side with 25 away goals in seven games.
So how could Klopp set up his side at Wolves?
- Gomez and Keita look “brilliant” but to be in contention Sunday onwards
- Leaves Curtis Jones, Roberto Firmino and Harvey Elliott as only absentees
- And Klopp says not to “expect seven or eight changes” on the weekend
Liverpool’s XI vs. Wolves
With Klopp acknowledging that he doesn’t “think we need to make too many changes at the start of December, maybe towards the middle,” it could be that an unchanged XI is in the reckoning.
While the turnaround is less than 67 hours, the expectation is that changes will come against AC Milan and this, therefore, could precede a break of seven days for some senior figures.
In saying that, with the schedule being a Wednesday-Saturday, which Klopp has often spoken about, a change or two could be in order.
The forward line has experienced no hiccups and as such, it is anticipated Salah, Mane and Jota will be retained as the strike force:
The chance to make wholesale changes for the trip to Italy does afford Liverpool some flexibility against Wolves with a relentless festive schedule ahead.
But a near full squad isn’t too far away and it’ll be a major boost to Klopp and co. as they navigate a crucial juncture in the season.