Liverpool vs Wolves
Heading into the final day of the Premier League season on Sunday, Liverpool know that they must beat Wolves to stand a chance at winning the title.
If Man City beat Brighton, however, the Sky Blues will be crowned champions regardless of Liverpool’s result.
Of course, Liverpool’s season won’t end on Sunday either way.
The Reds have qualified for the Champions League final on June 1st against Tottenham.
Spurs knocked Man City out of the Champions League in the quarter-finals, and Ajax in the final-4.
Man City fans will enjoy Raul Jimenez’s interview
Prior to Sunday’s match at Anfield, Wolves forward Raul Jimenez has spoken to the Sun.
In his interview, the Mexican international confirmed his dream of finding the target at Liverpool’s famous ground.
Jimenez also discussed how scoring against the Reds this weekend would help out his friend Ederson:
My dream is to score in front of the Kop.
The Miracle of Istanbul was the most amazing game I’d ever seen — and long before the end I’d decided Liverpool would be my team.
It will be the first time I’ve seen Anfield and I can’t wait to experience playing a team with Liverpool’s incredible history there on such a massive occasion.
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I receive messages on Instagram all the time from Manchester City, Manchester United and Wolves fans, who tell me, ‘You must win’ and, ‘We don’t want Liverpool to win the league so give 100 per cent’.
It makes me smile because if it was any other team playing at Anfield I would want Liverpool to win.
But my dream is to score in front of the Kop. I also have a friend at Manchester City who wants me to score, too.
City goalkeeper Ederson was a team-mate of mine at Benfica so maybe we can do each other a favour.
If we beat Liverpool it will be Manchester City who win the Premier League.
He can then do me a favour by helping City beat Watford in the FA Cup final to guarantee Wolves play in next season’s Europa League.