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Liverpool make the trip to The Molineux to face a potentially tricky encounter against Wolves in Saturday's early kick-off in the English Premier League.

There have been traces of the King Kenny effect so far, but not the full-blown change everyone was expecting. Three games into his second stint at Liverpool, Kenny Dalglish has two loses and a draw to show for. However, Fernando Torres showed glimpses of his potential in the first half of the 2-2 draw against Everton last week, while reports suggest the training ground has been a different place since Dalglish's arrival.

The improved atmosphere in the dressing room led Liverpool skipper Steven Gerrard, who won't play a part in this fixture as he will serve out his suspension, to urge the owners to appoint Dalglish on a full-time basis. However, the owners won't consider the change unless Kenny can produce results and a trip to Molineux, especially given Liverpool's abysmal away record this season, will be tricky.

Wolves are second from the bottom in the league table. But the stats hide their improved performance in the league recently, which includes four wins, two coming against Chelsea and Liverpool in the corresponding fixture, in their last eight games. They nearly snatched a draw against Manchester City last week, coming back from 4-1 down to 4-3 at full-time.

They also secured the services of Adam Hammil three days ago. Hammil was at Liverpool but failed to make the grade before moving to Barnsley in the Championship where the 22-year-old scored eight goals and assisted four this season.

It promises to be an entertaining encounter, with Wolves building a reputation for giant-killing this season. Their victims at The Molineux include champions Chelsea, Manchester City and Liverpool. However, Kenny Dalglish's effect ought to be reproduced on the field sooner rather than later, and a win here could put Liverpool's season back on track.

Team News -

Wolves new signing Adam Hammil could make his first appearance for the club, but Elokobi is suspended while Ebanks-Blake, Edwards, Guedioura, Kightly and Mancienne are all sidelined with injury.

Liverpool have skipper Steven Gerrard suspended while Milan Jovanovic is doubtful due to illness. Jamie Carragher is out injured.

Facts -

Wolves are unbeaten in their last six matches at home to Liverpool dating back to April 1970 when Alan Hansen's goal gave the visitors a 1-0 win. Ironically for Liverpool, Kenny Dalglish scored twice on his visit to Molineux as a Liverpool player to hand the visitors a 3-1 win in March 1978. However, five visits after that provided no goals as a player.

Prediction -

Liverpool's abysmal away record has to end soon, and it may just be that Wolves will be handed a dose of the King Kenny effect. It looks like it'll be a spirited and hard-fought 2-1 win for Liverpool.

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