Wolves face the 2017-18 Champions Man City at Molineux in a major challenge to their Premier League plans
Pep Guardiola brings his team of Champions to Molineux in an attempt to extend their lead at the top of the Premier League, whilst Wolves will be hoping to add to their single point achieved at home two weeks ago.
Wolves start with the same team as at Leicester last week:
Patricio, Bennett, Coady, Boly, Doherty, Neves Moutinho, Jonny, Jota, Jimenez, Costa
Subs: Ruddy, Hause, Saiss, Vinagre, Gibbs-White, Bonatini and Traore
Some fans were hoping to see Jonny move to the right wing and Vinagre come in on the left wing after Doherty's gernerally poor performance at Leicester, and perhaps Traore come in to replace Costa, but Nuno is stickinmg with his 'first team'.
Match Thread: Wolves vs Manchester City
Posted by: Wolves (IP Logged)
Date: 25/08/2018 11:55
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Poor clearance by Doc gives Fernandinho a chance but he shoots wide. We're getting penned back a bit too much at the moment. Another attempt by Ruben from outside the box goes wide. Lots of good passing by Wolves but not incisive enough.
Costa earns a corner with good play
One minute added time played out and it's half time after a very entertaining first half. Wolves have managed to contain City's huge threat and mounted some good attacks. Now we need to keep it up for another 45 minutes
Very good match, very good Wolves performance versus an excellent side. Whilst City possibly had more of the chances, I’m going to say that after taking the lead, I am slightly disappointed we didn’t get all 3 points!
Well played Wolves ....... first win next week by any chance?
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