4 non-negotiable starters for the Premier League match with Wolves

Liverpool finishes their season at Anfield against Wolves.
The Wolverhampton Wanderers and Liverpool Badges
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We have finally reached the final match of the 2023-24 Premier League season as Liverpool will host Wolverhampton Wanderers in what is sure to be an emotional day for everyone involved.

The Jurgen Klopp Era at Liverpool will come to an end once the final whistle blows so going out with a win is going to be of the utmost importance to the players, fans, coaches and anyone involved with this great club.

The Reds are coming off yet another frustrating late collapse in their 3-3 draw with Aston Villa on Monday, so they will be eager to get back out and finish on the highest of notes.

As we look ahead to Sunday, there are some players that should be locked into the Starting XI, let's see who those players are and why.

Jarell Quansah

The big Englishman has recently made the No. 2 centre-back spot his own. He continues to play with a calm that someone of his tender years typically takes a long time to find.

He reads the game so well already and he has the physical tools to put himself in the right spots and in addition has the skills on the ball to work out of tight situations.

He scored a marvelous goal against Villa and that should have his confidence soaring through the roof. He is making a real case to be ahead of Ibrahima Konate permanently as new boss Arne Slot is set to come into the fold.

Klopp should keep Quansah in the lineup and allow him to finish the season as strong as he began it.

Harvey Elliott

Elliott had another great outing on Monday as he was responsible for two of Liverpool's three goals on the day.

His tireless work-rate is something that the rest of the side could take some initiative from as Elliott is always working his tail off for the badge.

In addition to his effort, he also has a burgeoning skillset that has been allowed to flourish in this side. He has very quick feet when on the ball and his progressive carries usually end up in a positive attacking move for Liverpool.

His wonder strike against Tottenham, the sublime cross for Quansah's goal against Villa and countless other examples show he is a danger to the opposition and he must be on the pitch.

Ryan Gravenberch

This one might seem out of left-field, but Gravenberch has been in good from when he has gotten the chance to start in recent weeks. However, Klopp has not deemed him worthy of a string of starts in a row which has been frustrating to see.

The Dutchman has a dynamic skillset that can unlock defenses when he is firing at the peak of his powers. He glides around the pitch and always makes himself available in dangerous positions.

Alexis Mac Allister had one of his worst outings of the calendar year against Villa as he looks to be worn down from his endeavors this season.

Giving Gravenberch the start and allowing Macca to come on as a sub later on might be the way to go in this one, as Wolves should allow Ryan plenty of time on the ball which is when he thrives.

Andy Robertson

This is of course contingent on Robbo being fully healthy and ready to roll. If he is, there is no way he cannot be in the Starting XI. There might not be many players that can reflect the growth and development that has been cultivated over the years under Klopp.

Robertson had been in fine form before he missed out on the Villa match, so getting his attacking nous back into the fold would be ideal.

He is one of the few that matches the energy and passion given off by Elliott. Robertson would have one hell of a fun time raiding down the Wolves right flank.

If he's fit, get him in there and forget about it.