Liverpool fans finally get to catch a first glimpse of their side as Premier League champions on Sunday when Wolves come to Anfield.
It was way back on March 7 the last time supporters were allowed in, when the Reds beat Bournemouth 2-1.
Now the city is in Tier 2 coronavirus restrictions, up to 2,000 spectators can make their way through the turnstiles.
Meanwhile Wolves will be without lead striker Raul Jimenez who suffered a fractured skull in a clash of heads with David Luiz during last weekend’s 2-1 win at Arsenal.
What time is Liverpool vs Wolves?
Wolves go to Anfield for the final Premier League game being played on Sunday.
Kick-off is at 7.15pm, and follows on from the north London derby between Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal which gets underway at 4.30pm.
Liverpool vs Wolves TV channel and live stream
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Unlike the first three Premier League games being played on Sunday, Liverpool vs Wolves will not be part of Sky Sports’ Super Sunday.
Instead, Amazon Prime has the rights to show the 7.15pm kick-off at Anfield.
Fans need a Prime account with the tech giant to watch the game.
That costs £7.99 per month or £79 for a year, but a 30-day free trial is offered, so as long as you cancel your trial after four weeks, you can watch this, and Amazon’s other Premier League matches in December, for free.
Liverpool vs Wolves odds
Unbeaten in six Premier League matches, Liverpool have beaten Wolves in all four clashes since Nuno Espirito Santo guided the Midlanders back into the top flight in 2018.
Liverpool will be eager to maintain their record of scoring in both halves in all five Premier League home matches so far this season – and they are 5/4 to be winning half-time and full-time.
Seven of their last 10 league home wins, however, have seen both teams score, and Liverpool to win but concede a goal is a big 11/5.
But if you fancy an upset, 17 points from the opening ten matches is Wolves’ best top-flight start since 1979/80, and only Manchester United have won more PL away matches than their seven in the 2020 calendar year.
Pedro Neto has netted in back-to-back PL matches for Wolves and is a 3/1 anytime scorer tip, while look no further than Diogo Jota for a Liverpool goal – although anytime scorer odds of 11/8 reflect his recent hot streak.
Odds courtesy of thepools.com and subject to change.