Dalglish Takes Reds To Molineux In Search Of First Win

Wolves celebrate after scoring the winner at Anfield...

It's the big one for me tomorrow! It's the one day each season i am guaranteed to see the lads play because i work at Molineux, might have to sit in with the Wolves fans but i can't complain! Super excited because i haven't seen Torres play before so well up for that, also hoping to see Carragher and Gerrard go through the boardroom. Literally bubbling with anticipation here!

For everyone else of course the main point of tomorrow is to finally get King Kenny off the mark and earn a well needed 3 points. How can we forget Wolves beating us fair and square at Anfield? I'm sure they will be confident coming into this fixture.

New signing Adam Hammill could also feature in McCarthy's line up tomorrow, no doubt the ex Liverpool man will relish the chance to face the Reds.

Wolves are without George Elokobi who got a red card for being knocked unconscious recently haha. Doubtful is Edwards who has a hamstring problem whilst out injured are Michael Kightly, Sylvan Ebanks Blake, Guedioura and Mancienne. After a long period out however influential Karl Henry is now back in action.

For Liverpool surprisingly for once, there is no actual "list" of injuries just simply one man - Jamie Carragher and captain Steven Gerrard is on his last game of a three match ban.

Although Liverpool's results haven't changed much since the defeat at Anfield at the hands of Wolverhampton Wanderers last month, it's safe to say the performances have.

Watching us last month, it was quite clearly one of the worst displays i've ever seen us put on. The chances were sparse and Torres looked lost. This time out however we can guarantee a more attacking style of football and definitely a more lively Fernando Torres.

The defence is the area i am worried about and their ability to keep out the partnership of Doyle and Fletcher who McCarthy will probably start. Skrtel has been so disappointing of late and although we can bank on Kyrgiakos to win every aerial battle and supply some strength/experience it doesn't hide the fact that he's lacking pace and can be turned or slipped with a quick trick quite easily. Here's hoping some work on the training ground has paid off though.

I'll try and get some decent snaps tomorrow and put them up in the match report. I have a digital camera now so they should be better quality than the ones i took with my phone last year. Probably end up sitting in the Billy Wright which is just behind the dugouts so hopefully be able to get a decent snap of the King.

I'm hoping i can walk out of Molineux with a grin on my face tomorrow so fingers crossed folks!

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