Wolves predicted the lineup against Crystal Palace


Life is bright for Wolves as they prepare to travel south to face Crystal Palace in the Premier League this weekend.

Bruno Lage’s team is undefeated in their last five matches in the league, with Monday night’s 2-1 victory over Everton making it four wins out of their last five.

Wolves’ away form has been impressive this campaign – win at Villa Park despite 2-0 after ten minutes left last month – which will offer Molineux faithful encouragement when they face a Crystal Palace team in equally good shape.

This is how Lage was able to line up his page.

Kilman celebrates his goal / Visionhaus / GettyImages

Jose Sa (GK) – Made some crucial stops for Wolves at key moments this season.

Max Kilman (CB) – He was in the goal record against Everton, but it is his defensive qualities that have served Wolves well this season.

Conor Coady (CB) – Instigates attacks from the defense with their search passports out to wide areas.

Romain Saiss (CB) – A no-nonsense presence in Wolves’ back line, aggressive in duels and excels in the air.

Neves returned to starting eleven for victory over Everton / Malcolm Couzens / GettyImages

Nelson Semedo (RWB) – Responded with a fine performance against Everton after releasing the stoppage time penalty against Leeds last month.

Ruben Neves (CM) – Returned to the starting lineup against Toffees and controlled the course from the middle of the midfield.

Joao Moutinho (CM) – The Portuguese national team player offers energy and gets his hands dirty to help the Wolves keep the pressure on in the last third.

Rayan Ait-Nouri (LWB) – Drafted into the side after Marcal suffered a thigh injury and he has made a big impression.

Jimenez celebrates his goal / Catherine Ivill / GettyImages

Adama Traore (RW) – Lage seems to prefer Trincao’s qualities, but the Spaniard’s pace will be the key to transition opportunities this weekend.

Raul Jimenez (ST) – Netted against Everton and looks back on his best after returning from a career-threatening injury.

Hwang Hee-chan (LW) – Only one VAR intervention denied the South Korean another goal for Wolves last weekend.

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