Michigan striker Isaiah Livers (2) runs on Wisconsin security guard Jonathan Davis (1) in the second half of an NCAA college basketball game on Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2021, in Ann Arbor, Mich. (AP Photo / Carlos Osorio) AP

More than three weeks since their last game, the Wolverines finally return to the field on Sunday

Michigan opened Purdue on Jan. Hit January 22 before an entire sports department shutdown to contain a COVID-19 outbreak Michigan had postponed five games, including Thursday’s game against Illinois

Elderly striker Isaiah Livers couldn’t play as he and his teammates were relatively inactive for two weeks. “I don’t know if a lot of players were ready to get back into a game right away,” he said, hoping it would be postponed becomes

In a similar context, the Wolverines are not in favor of packing 11 games into a 22-day window in order to get 20 Big Ten games by the end of the regular season (more on this in the coming days) / p>

On Sunday, Michigan will try to return to its previous level of play against a good but not great Wisconsin team

The Badgers have switched between winning and losing in the last seven games, the last time they won was in Nebraska on Wednesday

Michigan defeated Wisconsin 77-54 in Ann Arbor on Jan 12 Four Wolverines scored between 12 and 16 points that night. Michigan led by up to 40 points thanks to a 43-6 run

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