What channel is Liverpool v Wolves FA Cup match on? Kick off time, TV coverage and live stream detailsJulen Lopetegui will be looking to continue his impressive start to life as Wolves boss when his side travel to Anfield to take on Liverpool in the third round of the FA Cup. The visitors have been much improved since the former Real Madrid and Spain manager took charge – beating Gillingham and Everton before pushing Man Utd close in a 1-0 defeat and then drawing with an Aston Villa side that look renewed under Unai Emery.
A victory against Liverpool at Anfield would without doubt be his most impressive result to date but even a newcomer to English football such as Lopetegui will know that the Reds rarely slip up at home. Monday's defeat to Brentford was a reminder of the problems that Jurgen Klopp faces, while it seems his side are now set to be without talismanic skipper Virgil van Dijk for a significant period due to injury. Liverpool lifted the FA Cup in 2021/22 and their struggles in the Premier League and EFL Cup exit mean that a successful defence of the trophy represents their only realistic chance of domestic silverware this season. More like thisRadioTimes.
Liverpool v Wolves kick-off timeLiverpool v Wolves will kick off at 8pm. There are plenty of matches on the Premier League TV schedule this week. What TV channel is Liverpool v Wolves on? Fans can tune in to watch the game for free on ITV4 from 7:15pm. FA Cup games will be split between ITV and BBC throughout the season in a big boost for fans across the country who can enjoy live matches on free-to-air TV.
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Cody Gakpo set to make Reds debut in FA Cup third round Cody Gakpo is set to make his Liverpool debut in Saturday's FA Cup Nearly 6,000 Wolves are expected to travel to Merseyside and