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Regardless of what happens on Sunday – or indeed next Saturday when they face Real Madrid in the Champions League final – the 2021-22 season will live long in the memory of Liverpool fans.

Jurgen Klopp‘s men have taken their quadruple hunt as far as it is possible to go and, while they still may ‘only’ end up with the EFL Cup and FA Cup in their cabinet, they have at least made a clean sweep of trophies look more possible than any English club has ever done.

Of course, that dream is still alive courtesy of a come-from-behind 2-1 win at Southampton on Tuesday night, with Liverpool showcasing their strength in depth by making nine changes and still coming out on top only three days after a gruelling 120 minutes and penalty shootout against Chelsea in the FA Cup final.

The expectancy for Liverpool on Sunday will be one of disappointment, with the title very much in Man City’s hands; victory for Pep Guardiola‘s men against Aston Villa will clinch them their fourth Premier League crown in five years, regardless of what Liverpool do.

Strange things can happen on the final day, though, and there is a certain degree of fatefulness about the prospect of Gerrard – arguably Liverpool’s greatest ever player and certainly the best to have never won the title – finally securing the trophy for his boyhood club by providing some final-day drama to rival 1989 and 2012.

Liverpool’s injury concerns had been beginning to mount as the games piled up at the end of the season, but Klopp has suggested that his squad should be in good shape for this match.

Doubts remain over Mohamed SalahVirgil van DijkFabinho and Joe Gomez, the latter of whom joined the injury list with an ankle problem against Southampton.

That issue has proven to be less serious than first feared, though, and Gomez will undergo tests in the next couple of days along with the others.

Klopp admitted that he would like all of the players to play in this game “for rhythm reasons” ahead of the Champions League final, but he is also unlikely to take any risks, particularly over key trio Salah, Van Dijk and Fabinho.

All three could feature from the bench at best, then, with Salah seemingly the most likely to be left out completely despite now only being one goal ahead of Son Heung-min in the Golden Boot standings.

Salah has made no secret of his desire for revenge against Real Madrid in the Champions League final and is unwilling to take any risks which could see him miss the huge showdown in Paris next week.

The first-teamers without injury concerns are likely to return, though, including the likes of Trent Alexander-ArnoldAndrew RobertsonThiago AlcantaraLuis Diaz and Sadio Mane.

Mane is something of a final-day specialist too, having scored six goals in season-closing games before – only Harry Kane has more among currently active Premier League players.

Klopp may also give Divock Origi a fitting Anfield farewell at some stage of the match, having confirmed in his press conference that the club “legend” will leave when his contract expires this summer.

Wolves will still be without Max Kilman (ankle), Nelson Semedo (hamstring) and Romain Saiss (knee) for this final game of the season, but all three should be ready in time for the start of next season – should Saiss remain beyond the end of his current deal.

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Daniel Podence did return against Norwich City last time out, though, while Conor Coady should start again despite being taken off at half time of that game for tactical reasons.

There has been growing speculation over the future of Ruben Neves, for whom Sunday’s game could be a final Wolves outing, while his midfield partner Joao Moutinho could also be on his way out, with his contract expiring this summer.

Liverpool possible starting lineup:
Alisson; Alexander-Arnold, Matip, Konate, Robertson; Keita, Henderson, Thiago; Mane, Jota, Diaz

Wolverhampton Wanderers possible starting lineup:
Sa; Boly, Coady, Toti; Jonny, Neves, Moutinho, Dendoncker, Ait-Nouri; Jimenez, Neto

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