Liverpool plays Chelsea in the Premier League on Wednesday in the reds' Anfield stadium, Bet Extract reports.

Liverpool vs Chelsea: Preview and Prediction

Liverpool plays Chelsea in the Premier League on Wednesday in the reds’ Anfield stadium, Bet Extract reports.

With Jurgen Klopp announcing his departure from the team in the summer, the Reds’ home field will undoubtedly become an even more intense battleground for the duration of the season.

In the FA Cup, Liverpool defeated Norwich City 5-2 on Sunday. Chelsea will be the next team to visit Anfield in advance of the Carabao Cup final in February.

Chelsea will be without eight players on Wednesday night as they travel to Anfield.

After missing a month due to a hip injury, Christopher Nkunku is set to make a comeback to help Chelsea ahead of their trip to Liverpool on Wednesday.

However, it’s possible that the 26-year-old forward will only be well enough to start off the bench. Malo Gusto, the defender, has resumed full training and may play with his colleague.
Due to a slight tendon injury acquired during the warm-up prior to last week’s FA Cup 0-0 draw with Aston Villa, Levi Colwill is still sidelined. Despite working out with the team, Trevoh Chalobah is still not prepared to go back into competition.

Lesley Ugochukwu, Romeo Lavia, Marc Cucurella, Robert Sanchez, Wesley Fofana, and Reece James are all out with injuries.

And Klopp is the only manager of the Reds to have won the FA Cup, League Cup, European Cup/UEFA Champions League, and the top flight. His current win percentage of 60.8% is the highest of any Liverpool manager to have managed 100 or more games. Despite having played one extra game, Liverpool leads second-place Manchester City by five points going into Matchday 22, and the German will be keen to cap off his tenure with a second league championship.

Liverpool has advanced to the EFL Cup final, the FA Cup fifth round, the final 16 of the UEFA Europa League, and they have won their past three Premier League games, defeating Bournemouth 4-0 and Newcastle United 4-2.


Their last three league victories, each with four goals or more, came in November and December of 2021.

In their most recent league match, Darwin Núñez and Diogo Jota both scored two goals against Bournemouth and one goal each against Norwich. Both Mohamed Salah and Mohamed Ali might play important roles once more today, with the latter currently out due to a muscle ailment sustained at the Africa Cup of Nations.