Liverpool U23 Preview: Liverpool vs Wolves

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Article by Jake Clay – @thescousemouse9

Liverpool U23’s is looking to kickstart their season by picking up their first home win against Wolverhampton Wanderers U23’s on Sunday at 2:00pm. Liverpool U23’s league indifferent start to the season has at least showed signs of picking up as they picked up a creditable point at Arsenal in their previous game.

There have been positives on other fronts for the U23’s, as they would of no doubt picked up confidence from their hard fought 3-2 win against Wigan Athletic in the Primer League Cup. Elijah Dixon-Bonner’s performance was praised by his manager Neil Crutchley for his ruthlessness in front of goal.

“If you ever wanted to show the benefits of practise then Elijah spent five or 10 minutes at the end of training on Saturday practising those type of finishes from those positions”

If there has been a shining light so far this season it’s the form of Curtis Jones who in six Primer League 2 games has provided three goals and three assists. The versatile midfielder will be hoping to carry on that form into Sunday’s match to inspire the reds to three points.


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One midfielder that won’t be playing is Harvey Elliot who has been banned from all domestic football matches for 14 days. This was after admitting derogatory language about Harry Kane in a video that was published online.

It’s a shame as after the high of playing with the senior team, Elliot was particularly outstanding against Wigan in the Primer League Cup as his assist contributed to an overall promising performance.

Wolves currently sit 7th in the league, winning two, drawing two and losing three of their games so far this season. The midland side have a reputation of having a good youth system that has produced talented prospects such as Morgan Gibbs-White.

One of their standout players this year in their U23 side has been Taylor Perry who was a frequent presence in Wolves’ preseason tour in China, playing against West Ham and Man City. The young attacking midfielder has contributed with two goals so far this season.

Nevertheless, Wolves is the perfect chance for Liverpool to get their season up and running at Kirby on Sunday.

Article by Jake Clay – @thescousemouse9

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