Ahead of Liverpool's trip to face Wolverhampton Wanderers tonight, here are five of the club's most memorable outings at Molineux to date...
Title win and a party (1976)
Undoubtedly Liverpool’s most memorable game at Molineux was the day they clinched the title in 1976. Needing a victory, things started badly when Steve Kindon gave the home side a 13th-minute lead. But Bob Paisley’s charges kept their belief and held their nerve - and a deserved equaliser arrived 14 minutes from time through Kevin Keegan. John Toshack then netted the vital goal to make it 2-1 with just five minutes to go and Ray Kennedy added a third in the final minute. The travelling Kop went wild as the Reds won the title by just one point from Queens Park Rangers. The celebrations on the journey home are still recalled to this day as the M6 became a car park and an impromptu title party took place.
Evans haunts old club (1968)
Alun Evans returned to his former club and netted a double as Liverpool hit Wolves for six. Bill Shankly had made Evans Britain’s most expensive teenager when he paid Wolves £100,000 for his services just two weeks earlier. It was a day of doubles at Molineux - Roger Hunt and Peter Thompson also scored twice.
Raul nets a beauty in 3-0 win (2011)
Raul Meireles scored a magnificent goal as Liverpool put Wolves to the sword at Molineux. With Kenny Dalglish at the helm, the Reds produced a brilliant attacking display. Fernando Torres opened the scoring before Meireles’ sensational volley soared over Wayne Hennessey and into the back of the net. Torres struck again in the final minute to complete a fine afternoon’s work.
Kuyt leads Reds to convincing win (2012)
A superb second-half performance saw Dalglish’s Liverpool record a second successive 3-0 away win at Molineux. Andy Carroll opened the scoring on 52 minutes and Craig Bellamy made it 2-0 just past the hour mark. Dirk Kuyt, who caused the Wolves defence problems all day, deservedly added the third goal 12 minutes from time.
A rare goal for Jocky as Reds close in on title (1979)
Liverpool moved six points clear at the top of the First Division after a 1-0 win at Molineux. Alan Hansen, more renowned for stopping the opposition rather than scoring at the other end, netted the only goal of the game in the 33rd minute to give Paisley’s side a vital victory.