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Liverpool are looking to turn around their flagging form with a trip to Wolves on Saturday, as the two sides face off for the second time in three weeks.
A Harvey Elliott strike gave the Reds a 1-0 win at Molineux in the FA Cup last month, but that was Liverpool’s only victory in their last six games in all competitions.
Jurgen Klopp’s side were then knocked out of the FA Cup in the following round last weekend by Brighton, while they’re languishing in ninth in the Premier League standings after a three-match winless run.
Wolves haven’t fared much better; they are only above the relegation zone on goal difference.
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Chiquinho, Pedro Neto, Boubacar Traore and Sasa Kalajdzic are out injured for the hosts, while January signing Pablo Sarabia will be hoping for his first start.
Manager Julen Lopetegui has made four changes to the side which started against Manchester City two weeks ago.
Craig Dawson makes his debut in place of Nathan Collins, while Rayan Ait-Nouri comes in for Hugo Bueno. In attack, Pablo Sarabia makes his home debut and Matheus Cunha is in from the start, with Adama Traore and Raul Jimenez dropping to the bench.
Liverpool have a packed treatment room with Arthur, Diogo Jota, Ibrahim Konate, Luis Diaz, Nat Phillips, Roberto Firmino and Virgil van Dijk facing various problems.
Joel Matip and Darwin Nunez return to the starting line-up at Molineux, replacing Konate and Harvey Elliott. Fabio Carvalho is back among the substitutes.
Wolves XI: Sa; Semedo, Dawson, Kilman, Ait-Nouri; Lemina, Neves, Nunes; Sarabia, Cunha, Hwang.
Liverpool XI: Alisson; Alexander-Arnold, Matip, Gomez, Robertson; Keita, Bajcetic, Thiago; Salah, Nunez, Gakpo.
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It’s taken me a while, I need to score more. What a great time to do it and a great day. It’s back to work on Monday and we crack on.
“We’ve lacked that little bit of grit at times and that’s what the fans want. We’ve seen what it’s all about today.”
Everton started the game brightly and made it difficult for Arsenal to find their rhythm early on.
However, the league leaders had the first big chance after 30 minutes when Eddie Nketiah blasted over from close range.
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The game came to life after that as Calvert-Lewin came agonisingly close to tapping home from Amadou Onana’s cross while Abdoulaye Doucoure’s close-range header went wide.
Moments later, Bukayo Saka saw his fine effort blocked off the line from Conor Coady and minutes before the break, Calvert-Lewin’s looping header missed the target.
Everton continued their fine form in the second half and took the lead after 59 minutes when Tarkowski headed home from Dwight McNeil’s corner.
Arsenal responded to the goal with Leandro Trossard forcing Jordan Pickford into a good save while Saka blazed over from inside the box.
Oleksandr Zinchenko had a decent chance to equalise late on but his shot went over the bar.
The hosts managed to hold on to claim their first victory in the league since October.
Everton winger McNeil added: “We know how good they [Arsenal] are as a team, but we also know how good we are as a team as well with all the chances we had.”