Hwang Hee-chan ‘back in the starting line-up’ for home clash with Liverpool… on target for third goal of the season

Hwang Hee-Chan returns to his club after a stint with the A-League and will start at home against Liverpool.

Hwang Hee-Chan’s English Premier League side Wolverhampton will host Liverpool in the fifth round of the 2023/24 Premier League at Molineux Stadium in Wolverhampton, England, on Saturday. Heading into the match, Wolverhampton are in 15th place in the table with a record of one win, three losses, and three points. Liverpool, on the other hand, are in third place with three wins and a draw (10 points).

Wolverhampton have the advantage of being at home, but with their opponents being the favorites, even a point would be a successful 90 minutes.카지노

Against this backdrop, Wolverhampton manager Garry O’Neill has brought back Hwang Hee-chan, the team’s top scorer this season, to lead the charge against Liverpool. O’Neill has named Portugal’s Jose Sa in goal with Nelson Semedo (Portugal), Max Kilman (England), Craig Dawson (England) and Layan Ayew-Nouri (Algeria) in a back four.

In the middle of the park is Jean-Lucerne Belgarde (France), who will make his Premier League debut today, alongside João Gomes (Brazil) and Mario Lemina (Gabon). The front three is made up of, from left to right, Hwang Hee-chan, Mateus Cunha (Brazil) and Pedro Neto (Portugal).

Wolverhampton explained that the changes from the previous match against Crystal Palace (2-3 loss) were that Belgarde made his Premier League debut and Hwang returned to the starting lineup.

Hwang has also started from the bench this season, but his two goals have earned him a place in the starting lineup. After coming on 18 minutes into the second half of the opening match against Manchester United on August 14 and playing 27 minutes, Hwang came on 10 minutes into the second half against Brighton on August 19, when they were down 0-4, and scored a header five minutes later to give him his first Premier League goal of the new season.

Hwang built on that goal to make his first start of the season against Everton on Aug. 26, but was forced off midway through the first half when he felt a twinge in his hamstring (the muscle in the back of his thigh), a nagging injury. However, it turned out not to be a serious injury and he came on as a 15th minute substitute in the fourth round against Crystal Palace, and again, five minutes after taking the field, he scored a goal to tie the game at 1-1 in the 20th minute to revitalize the team.

Hwang then joined Klinsmann’s squad for the two matches against England, coming on as a substitute against Wales on the 8th and starting against Saudi Arabia on the 13th. O’Neill pulled the trigger on Hwang again when he was found to be fit after both A matches.

Fighting back, Liverpool face Wolverhampton with a full-strength squad.

With Brazil international Alisson Becker in goal, the back four is made up of, from left to right, Andrew Robertson (Scotland), Joe Gomes (England), Joel Matip (Cameroon), and Jael Kwansa (England). The center backs are Curtis Jones (England), Alexis McAllister (England), and Dominic Soboszlai (Hungary). Diogo Jota (Portugal), Cody Hakpo (Netherlands), and Mohamed Salah (Egypt) completed the back three.

Japanese midfielder Wataru Endo, who joined Liverpool this summer, will start from the bench against Wolverhampton.

Hwang Hee-chan made headlines ahead of the game for his comments on Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp, a world-class coach.

Klopp’s name was the first thing that came to mind when he said that the Reds would be on high alert against lowly Wolverhampton. “If you look at Wolverhampton’s squad, they don’t even have good (threatening) players like Hwang (Hee-Chan) or Sascha Kalajic in the starting lineup,” Klopp said.

The Reds will go all out against Wolverhampton, and he pointed to Hwang as the reason why.

For Hwang, Liverpool’s World Class right-back, Trent Alexander-Arnold, is out injured, giving him an extra incentive to shake things up on the left flank.

After this game, Wolverhampton will host promoted Luton Town on Sept. 23 at 11 p.m. ET.

After Wolverhampton, Liverpool travels to LASK Linz (Austria) in the UEFA Europa League on Sept. 22 at 1:45 p.m. and then hosts West Ham United on Sept. 24 at 10 p.m. in a Premier League match.

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