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Wolves put in a tame effort against today’s opposition at Molineux when exiting the FA Cup on Thursday night and they will be looking to get back to winning ways this Sunday. They need to start scoring goals and quickly, as they’ve only hit the back of the net in one of their last five games in all competitions.
Wolves started with Fabio Silva up front by himself and lacked any penetration against the Southampton defence on Thursday night. I wouldn’t be surprised to see a more attacking formation from Nuno Espirito Santo as his team go in search of goals.
Sunday 12:00 – Southampton v Wolves
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Southampton got a much-needed confidence boost in Thursday night’s FA Cup match and will be looking to keep the ball rolling today. The Saints have lost their last four games in the league though, and may well be happy with a point here.
It’s interesting that both teams have scored in four of the last five head-to-heads. All things considered I reckon both teams will score here, but both managers will be happy enough with a stalemate.
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Danny Ings will have gleaned some confidence from his goal on Thursday, as he usually grabs goals in bunches when he gets going. The English frontman could be of interest in the First Goalscorer market.
Ruben Neves is the Wolves penalty taker and looks a tempter at to score anytime. Another player worthy of consideration to net anytime could be Wolves recent loan signing from Real Sociedad William Jose.
The 29-year-old Brazilian was prolific for his former team, scoring 52 goals in 119 appearances and with Nuno’s men finding it hard to get goals lately, I wouldn’t be surprised to see him start this game on Sunday. He looks a solid play to score anytime.
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