The last Liverpool starting lineup of the 2018-19 Premier League season sees Andrew Robertson and Mohamed Salah both start as they take on Wolves.
The Premier League title is on the line and Jurgen Klopp has chosen to start the now-fit Andrew Robertson in defence. The Scot will line up on the right side of the back four, with Virgil van Dijk, Joel Matip and Trent Alexander-Arnold completing the defensive line ahead of Alisson, who will continue to guard the Liverpool goal.
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In midfield, we see Georginio Wijnaldum being handed a start after his heroics against Barcelona. The Dutchman comes in for James Milner, with Jordan Henderson and Fabinho keeping their respective spots. Henderson has been given a bit of a leeway to venture forward in recent games and it will be interesting to see if the same will happen against Wolves.
Mohamed Salah is fit and starts on the right, with Sadio Mane on the left. Salah is two goals ahead of Mane in the Golden Boot race and the duo will look to fire Liverpool to a win against Wolves. With Roberto Firmino still injured, Divock Origi starts upfront. The Belgian’s brace was essential in Liverpool’s comeback aggregate win over Barcelona and Klopp will hope he retains the same form.