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Liverpool vs Wolves: Prediction, H2H, lineups, live stream, where to watch on TV – Premier League preview

Happy news for Rebekah Vardy as she welcomes fifth baby... WAG Rebekah Vardy got an extra special Christmas present this year - a baby girl! Speaking to Hello magazine she said: "I was so happy to be able to have Jamie at my side for the birth of our beautiful daughter." Jamie's Leicester City boss Brendan Rodgers had revealed the news in a statement after he missed yesterday's match against West Ham. He said: "Jamie Vardy's wife had a child today so he's with her and congratulations to them." Read more: Rebekah Vardy blasts Danielle Lloyd after she claims they had 'similar run-ins' following Coleen Rooney drama On Christmas Eve Jamie shared a picture of a heavily-pregnant Rebekah and their other children as he wished his fans a Merry Christmas. But it's been a tricky end of the year following Rebekah's high profile spat with fellow WAG Coleen Rooney in October. Read more: Jamie Vardy publicly supports wife Rebekah amid Coleen Rooney row Coleen was hilariously dubbed 'Wagatha Christie' for her detective work to identify who was leaking the stories which came from Instagram, however Rebekhan said dozens of people have had access to her account over the years.

Becky, who hired a cyber-expert to look into her account, said afterwards that Coleen, a former pal, had 'annihilated' her in public. Last night a source said: "It has been an incredibly difficult pregnancy because of the public row with Coleen but she and her family are delighted the baby has now arrived. Rebekah and Jamie got married in 2016 two years after meeting in a local bar. Rebekah is also mum to Megan, 14, and Taylor, nine, from past relationships while Jamie also has a nine-year-old daughter, Ella. Wolves will try to become the first team to beat Liverpool in the Premier League this season after their stunning victory over Manchester City.

Wolves came from two goals behind at Molineux on Friday to stun Pep Guardiola's side and surely end City's title challenge for good. Liverpool sealed that devastating win over Leicester last time out, their first game back since winning the Club World Cup. In Pictures | Wolves vs Man City | 27/12/19 29 show all In Pictures | Wolves vs Man City | 27/12/19 1/29 AFP via Getty Images 2/29 Action Images via Reuters 3/29 AFP via Getty Images 4/29 AFP via Getty Images 5/29 PA 6/29 AFP via Getty Images 7/29 PA 8/29 REUTERS 9/29 REUTERS 10/29 REUTERS 11/29 REUTERS 12/29 REUTERS 13/29 AFP via Getty Images 14/29 Getty Images 15/29 REUTERS 16/29 PA 17/29 Getty Images 18/29 PA 19/29 PA 20/29 Action Images via Reuters 21/29 REUTERS 22/29 Action Images via Reuters 23/29 Getty Images 24/29 AFP via Getty Images 25/29 Getty Images 26/29 Getty Images 27/29 AP 28/29 AP 29/29 Getty Images 1/29 AFP via Getty Images 2/29 Action Images via Reuters 3/29 AFP via Getty Images 4/29 AFP via Getty Images 5/29 PA 6/29 AFP via Getty Images 7/29 PA 8/29 REUTERS 9/29 REUTERS 10/29 REUTERS 11/29 REUTERS 12/29 REUTERS 13/29 AFP via Getty Images 14/29 Getty Images 15/29 REUTERS 16/29 PA 17/29 Getty Images 18/29 PA 19/29 PA 20/29 Action Images via Reuters 21/29 REUTERS 22/29 Action Images via Reuters 23/29 Getty Images 24/29 AFP via Getty Images 25/29 Getty Images 26/29 Getty Images 27/29 AP 28/29 AP 29/29 Getty Images Wolves: The visitors have no fresh injury concerns but changes are expected after that thrilling evening at Molineux on Friday. Liverpool XI: Alisson, Alexander-Arnold, Gomez, Van Dijk, Milner, Wijnaldum, Keita, Shaqiri, Salah, Mane, Firmino.​ In Pictures | Leicester City vs Liverpool | 26/12/2019 22 show all In Pictures | Leicester City vs Liverpool | 26/12/2019 1/22 REUTERS 2/22 AP 3/22 AFP via Getty Images 4/22 REUTERS 5/22 Getty Images 6/22 AFP via Getty Images 7/22 AFP via Getty Images 8/22 AFP via Getty Images 9/22 Liverpool FC via Getty Images 10/22 Liverpool FC via Getty Images 11/22 Action Images via Reuters 12/22 AP 13/22 Action Images via Reuters 14/22 Action Images via Reuters 15/22 AP 16/22 Action Images via Reuters 17/22 Getty Images 18/22 AP 19/22 Getty Images 20/22 REUTERS 21/22 AFP via Getty Images 22/22 PA 1/22 REUTERS 2/22 AP 3/22 AFP via Getty Images 4/22 REUTERS 5/22 Getty Images 6/22 AFP via Getty Images 7/22 AFP via Getty Images 8/22 AFP via Getty Images 9/22 Liverpool FC via Getty Images 10/22 Liverpool FC via Getty Images 11/22 Action Images via Reuters 12/22 AP 13/22 Action Images via Reuters 14/22 Action Images via Reuters 15/22 AP 16/22 Action Images via Reuters 17/22 Getty Images 18/22 AP 19/22 Getty Images 20/22 REUTERS 21/22 AFP via Getty Images 22/22 PA The match will be shown live on Sky Sports' Premier League and Main Event channels, and is available via Now TV with a day pass on offer for £8.99. Liverpool to win: 1/3 Wolves to win: 8/1 Match prediction: Liverpool 3-0 Wolves This will be the 105th meeting between these two sides with Liverpool winning 51 of those. Wolves have 36 wins to their name with 17 draws between the two.

Liverpool take on Wolves in the final game of 2019 as the Reds look to extend their lead at the top of the Premier League table. Jurgen Klopp's side could go 13 points clear of Leicester and 17 points ahead of Manchester City with a victory at Anfield. Nuno Espirito Santo's team have suffered just three defeats this season - a record which is second only to the Reds' undefeated run. Kick-off is 4.30pm with the game live on Sky Sports but you can follow all the action here as Liverpool aim to end the decade on a high. On Friday, Wolves bounced back from 2-0 down to beat Manchester City 3-2 on a memorable night at Molineux.

Now with less that 48 hours recovery time, Nuno Espirito Santo's side will be looking to beat another title challenger in the form of Liverpool. The Reds have enjoyed a miraculous 2019, winning three trophies and building what looks an unassailable lead at the top of the Premier League. Liverpool are unbeaten in this season's campaign and pundits that look to predict results, all think that run will carry on this weekend. He said: "The number of chances Liverpool have created in the first five minutes of their past two league games is just frightening. "It is so difficult for teams to try to stop them, because they don't really know what is coming. Lawrenson predicts a 2-0 win for Liverpool and Sky Sports pundit Charlie Nicholas is also backing Wolves to suffer defeat on Merseyside, but in much more dramatic version, losing out in a five goal thriller 3-2. "It is easy to say this with the Manchester City result, but you must have a different mentality at Anfield. poll loading How will Wolves get on against Liverpool at Anfield? 4000+ VOTES SO FAR Wolves win Draw Liverpool win Robbie Savage also thinks Liverpool will win, while the below Supercomputers also make painful reading for the travelling old gold fans. Liverpool 2-0 Wolves