- Goals from Richard Stearman and Andreas Weimann gave Wolves a first-half lead.
- Divock Origi pulled one back in final five minutes but Paul Lambert's side held on.
- Liverpool suffer third consecutive home defeat after their shock loss to Swansea City and their EFL Cup semi-final loss to Southampton.
Three home defeats in seven days for Jurgen Klopp's side. It has been a thoroughly miserable week and with Chelsea coming to town on Tuesday, it might just get worse.
Full-time: Liverpool 1-2 Wolves
Bodvarsson has been sublime since coming on. Again, he shows neat footwork to retain the ball up field and wins a corner for his side. The four minutes are almost up....
Origi now fouls Coady and Wolves have a free kick in their own half. That might just see them over the finishing line.
Is this Coutinho's moment? Nope, the wall does its job and blocks his effort.
Edwards clips Moreno and Liverpool have a free kick centrally from about 30 yards out...
Four minutes of time added on here.
Bodvarsson almost grabs one down the other end! He does brilliantly coming down the byline all on his own, dragging the ball past his marker before trying to prod one through Karius' legs but the goalkeeper makes a save. Wonderful stuff from the Iceland international.
Again, Wolves fail to clear and it falls to Origi who slams a low effort on goal from yards out, but Burgoyne makes himself big to make a vital block.
Now Liverpool have another corner. Three minutes of normal time left.
Liverpool have one back! From a corner kick, Docherty puts his side in trouble with a weak clearance header, allowing Sturridge to knock it over to Origi who smashes home from close range.
Goal! Liverpool 1-2 Liverpool (Divock Origi, 85)
People are starting to filter out of Anfield. Five minutes left here.
Another straight forward save for Burgoyne; he stoops low to collect Origi's pointless effort.
Böðvarsson does brilliantly to win a corner for his side, and nearly pinches a third! The cross is knocked onto the Iceland international, who appeared to be stood offside, but from six yards out, Karius springs out to make a vital block.
Wolves pounce again on the counter but they just don't have the legs to punish the home side this time. Connor Ronan's ball into Saville is slightly miscued, but the Wolves midfielder looks so knackered I don't think he was getting there anyway.
Now Coutinho lets fly with a wild effort from 25 yards out that is nowhere near on target. Wolves aren't letting them anywhere near goal.
Sturridge has his first pop at goal, driving one at Burgoyne but it is an easy save for the Wolves 'keeper.
Ben Woodburn hits the deck inside the box and Anfield howls for a penalty. The referee isn't interested and he is spot on, replays show it was a clear dive from the 17-year-old.
Nouha Dicko has run himself into the ground for his side this afternoon. He now comes off for Jón Böðvarsson.
Helder Costa's brilliant afternoon is over, he is being replaced by Connor Ronan.
Coutinho and Origi combine brilliantly in the box but Stearman is again in the way to make a decisive block. 25 minutes left for Liverpool here.
Jurgen Klopp is making his second change of the evening with Daniel Sturridge coming onto replace Firmino.
Coutinho slides a clever ball into Firmino who exchanges passes with Origi before ushering it back into the path of his countryman, who winds back his right boot to try his luck on goal. It's a fairly tame effort, but enough to force Burgoyne into making his first save of the afternoon.
Coutinho picks out a sublime ball for Woodburn who tries to hook a cross back in, but a Wolves header just gets their first. This is the first time the away defence has looked under any real pressure all game.