Wolves vs Liverpool: TV channel, stream FREE, kick-off time, FA Cup replayLive BlogPACK OF WOLVES Updated: 15:08 ET, Jan 17 2023LIVERPOOL face a tough FA Cup third round replay tonight against Wolves following their entertaining clash 10 days ago. The Reds drew 2-2 with Julen Lopetegui's side in a controversial affair at Anfield in which the visistors were denied a late winner by VAR. Start time: 7. 45pm BST TV/Live stream: BBC One Wolves XI: 1 Sa, 81 Lembikisa, 4 Collins, 24 Toti, 19 Jonny, 59 Hodge, 8 Neves, 28 Moutinho, 37 A Traore, 9 Jimenez, 3 Ait-Nouri Liverpool XI: 62 Kelleher, 7 Milner, 2 Gomez, 5 Konate, 21 Tsimikas, 43 Bajcetic, 6 Thiago, 8 Keita, 19 Elliott, 28 Carvalho, 18 Gakpo JOIN SUN VEGAS: GET A FREE £10 BONUS WITH 100s OF GAMES TO PLAY AND NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED (Ts&Cs apply) Follow ALL the action with our live blog below… Wolves 0-1 Liverpool 21.
Recall the action with Phil Thomas' match report from Anfield. Heavens, if it hadn’t been for the most confusing of VAR decisions, it would have been a Liverpool Cup KO, as Matheus Nunes had come back from offside before delivering the ball which ended with centre back Toti thinking he’d backheeled a winner. Maybe it would have been stretching it a bit too much to suggest the Reds would have deserved it, but they’d only have been able to blame themselves if so - and no-one more than Alisson, whose 26th minute clanger left him with a face as red as his team-mates’ shirts. Phil ThomasThe Sun Liverpool's Klopp makes wholesale changes Only midfielder Thiago and new signing Cody Gakpo survive the cull as Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp makes a mass of changes following the 3-0 humbling at Brighton on Saturday.
Wolves insist they were in a positive position upfield, but the referee has handed the ball to the Liverpool goalkeeper. Kick-off - Wolves v Liverpool 1. And here we go! Wolves get us underway in this third round replay...... but not for long. With Adama Traore on the attack, the floodlights cut out just as the winger was about to deliver a cross. It's all happening tonight. Here come the two teams! After some - ahem - dubious noises inside the BBC studio that plagued their pre-match build-up, the actions turns to the pitch.
Wolves captain Ruben Neves is caught in possession midway inside his own half, and his only response is to trip Fabio Carvalho. Jurgen Klopp will be very pleased by the start made by his young side. 17. Tsimikas almost doubled Liverpool's lead a moment ago after arriving late in the penalty area, but has now conceded a free-kick in a promising position after bundling over Traore. 15. Julen Lopetegui isn't happy about something down on the touchline. Despite his pre-match interview, it's probably still that disallowed goal at Anfield ten days ago. 13. What a strike! What a goal! What a start! Seconds after that opportunity for Rayan Ait-Nouri at one end, Harvey Elliott has scampered downfield and stunned Molineux with a stunner. The youngster burst through the middle, ignored options either side of him, and unleashes a dipping drive over Jose Sa.
It also means the German opts against the strong team he sent out for the first game that also included centre-back Ibrahima Konate. Thirty-seven-year-old James Milner captains the side from the right-back while former Fulham youngsters Harvey Elliott and Fabio Carvalho flank Gakpo in attack. The visitors' bench includes the likes of Alisson, Mo Salah and Andy Robertson. Liverpool (4-3-3): 62 Kelleher; 7 Milner, 2 Gomez, 5 Konate, 21 Tsimikas; 8 Keita, 43 Bajcetic, 6 Thiago; 19 Elliott, 18 Gakpo, 28 Carvalho Subs: 1 Alisson, 3 Fabinho, 11 Salah, 15 Oxlade-Chamberlain, 17 Jones, 26 Robertson, 32 Matip, 47 Phillips, 50 Doak Keeper Sa returns for Wolves Wolves boss Julen Lopetegui makes two changes to the side that started at Anfield ten days ago.