Wolves vs Liverpool: Ki-Jana Hoever set to make FA Cup history & predicted line-ups

Wolves vs Liverpool

There’s one last FA Cup third round tie on Monday as Wolves host Liverpool at Molineux.

Liverpool recently beat Wolves in the Premier League.

Just before Christmas, Jurgen Klopp’s men collected maximum points at Wolves thanks to goals from Mo Salah and Virgil Van Dijk.

In fact, Wolves have struggled at home in recent matches.

Following that Liverpool defeat, Wolves lost their subsequent home match against Crystal Palace.

Wolves have lost five of their last seven home games, which has included losses to Huddersfield and Watford.

Ki-Jana Hoever ready to make FA Cup history

Liverpool fans could be introduced to a new player against Wolves.

At just 16-years-old, Ki-Jana Hoever, a defender who joined the Reds from Ajax, could be set for his senior debut.

Hoever has been handed the number 51 shirt before the Wolves game.

Hoever is being considered to play at right-back.

Nathaniel Clyne, of course, has left Anfield to join Bournemouth, while the likes of Joe Gomez and Joel Matip remain sidelined with injuries.

Should Hoever play for Liverpool, he’ll become the club’s youngest ever player in the FA Cup.

Predicted line-ups

The Times on Monday have predicted how Wolves and Liverpool will line-up tonight.

Klopp is ready to make changes as Liverpool prioritise other competitions.

Simon Mignolet will start in goal, while 18-year-old Rafa Camacho is set to feature at right-back.

Alberto Moreno, who may leave Anfield in January, may play at left-back, while Fabinho could be used at centre-half.

Adam Lallana, who has barely featured this season for the Reds, will be involved. Daniel Sturridge and Divock Origi should also get more minutes.

Liverpool predicted XI vs Wolves

Wolves will also make changes for the Liverpool FA Cup tie.

However Nuno is expected to avoid majors rotations with the likes of Ruben Neves, Morgan Gibbs-White, Willy Boly and Conor Coady all set to start.

Wolves predicted XI vs Liverpool

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