At Wolves: Liverpool 14 wins, Wolves 21 wins, 9 Draws.
At least a point would take the Reds into 5th place above Manchester City although City would have two games in hand. A win would take them 4th if Tottenham fail to beat Fulham.
Liverpool won the reverse fixture at Anfield 31 days ago with Steven Gerrard and Yossi Benayoun scoring in a 2-0 victory after Wolves left back Stephen Ward had been sent off.
In that game Alberto Aquilani made his first league start while Dani Pacheco made his Premier League debut. It was a match that saw Steven Gerrard captain Liverpool for the 200th time in the league and Liverpool win their 400th Premiership point under Rafa Benitez.
The last meeting at Molineux came six years ago almost to the day when a last minute Kenny Miller equaliser gave Wolves a point after Bruno Cheyrou had opened the scoring for Liverpool.
Liverpool have not won on this ground in the last five meetings with two draws and three defeats.
Liverpool's last win at Molineux came in April 1979 when Alan Hansen scored the only goal of the game.
No Liverpool player has ever scored a hat-trick against Wolves.
Back in 1976 Liverpool clinched the Championship on this ground. Both sides had to win - Liverpool for the title and Wolves to stay up. It seemed that Steve Kindon's early goal would be enough for the home side but in the last 15 minutes goals from Kevin Keegan, John Toshack and Ray Kennedy gave Liverpool a 3-1 win.
Liverpool's biggest ever win at Molineux came in September 1968-the Reds winning 6-0.
The Reds heaviest defeat here was the 4-1 reverse they suffered in November 1980.
Liverpool have kept just one clean sheet in their last eight League visits to Wolves.
However, in the last 21 League meetings home and away they have prevented Wolves from scoring on 12 occasions.
The Reds last did the league 'double' over Wolves in 1978-79. Should they win it will be their 12th 'double' since the clubs first met in 1894/95.
If the game ends in a draw it will be the first time there has been three successive stalemates between the clubs at Molineux.
Jamie Carragher will celebrate his 32nd birthday in two days time. He could captain Liverpool for the 50th time today should Steven Gerrard fail to recover from injury.
Martin Skrtel could make his 50th league appearance for the club.
The Reds next goal will be their 50th of the campaign in all competitions.
Away from home this season Liverpool have scored 17 goals in all 17 games they have played
Dirk Kuyt needs two goals to record 50 for the club. 34 of his previous 48 have come in the league.
If Liverpool win they will go through the 1200 points barrier in the Premier League (they would have 1201).
Over the last four league games Liverpool have picked up ten points - no team has won more in the top-flight over that period with Arsenal and Manchester United also gaining 10.
The Reds have lost just one of the last eight games on their travels in all competitions - at Portsmouth last month.
Of the last 10 league meetings home and away Wolves have won four and lost four - all of the defeats coming at Anfield.
Sylvain Ebanks-Blake was the leading scorer in the Championship in the last two seasons. In 2007-08 11 of his 23 league goals came as a Plymouth player before his Molineux move.
Home and away they have scored more than once against Liverpool in just one of the last 21 games.
Wolves have lost each of their last three league games without scoring a goal - defeats by Liverpool (0-2), Manchester City (0-3) and Wigan (0-2).
At home they have won two of the last eight in the league and have won three of their 11 matches at Molineux - they have defeated Fulham, Bolton and Burnley.
They have only scored in three of the last nine games and have netted only nine goals in front of their home fans - the joint lowest total in the Premiership along with Birmingham.
Home and away they have scored 17 goals in 21 league games. That again is the lowest total in the top-flight this season.
Wolves have kept two clean sheets in the last 19 league games.
Liverpool have lost only one of the 15 games that Tuesday's referee Peter Walton has taken charge of - winning 11.
Current League Positions:
Liverpool: Pld 22 W 11 D 4 L 7 Goals For 40 Against 26 Pts 37 Position: 6th
Wolves: Pld 21 W 5 D 4 L 12 Goals For 17 Against 38 Pts 19 Position: 17th