Wolves host Southampton on Saturday afternoon, hoping to continue what has been a good form in recent weeks.
Their 3-0 victory over Sheffield United last time not only secured a place in the fourth round of the FA Cup, but was also a third victory in four – as they have defeated Manchester United at Old Trafford and kept Chelsea to a 0- draw. 0.
To maintain that form this weekend, Wolves face a team from Southampton who are also heading in the right direction after winning three in their previous four as well. This is how Bruno Lage lined up.
Jose Sa has been a brilliant signing for Wolves / PAUL ELLIS / GettyImages
Jose Sa (GK) – It turns out to be one of the season’s signings and is now looking for a ninth zero in the Premier League.
Max Kilman (CB) – In a side that shines for its defensive solidity, Kilman is absolutely sparkling.
Conor Coady (CB) – Will once again be in the heart of the back line, and end up on the sidelines with his amazing charisma.
Leander Dendoncker (CB) – Romain Saiss is away in the African Cup of Nations with Morocco, so Dendoncker can be given an opportunity to impress in what has been a cemented third this campaign.
Joao Moutinho is in great shape / Mark Thompson / GettyImages
Nelson Semedo (RWB) – Following his strike against Sheffield United last time, the defender should be set for an 18th Premier League start of the campaign.
Ruben Neves (CM) – In good shape at the moment; it is no wonder that the 24-year-old has some high-profile admirers.
Joao Moutinho (CM) – Quite simply a joy to see, it will honestly be a shame when this sensational midfield maestro hangs up his boots.
Marcal (LWB) – Rayan Ait-Nouri played well in the last race, although Marcal could be set to return to the side, having started each of Wolves’ last three league games.
Daniel Podence starred in Wolves most recently / Clive Brunskill / GettyImages
Francisco Trincao (RW) – With Adama Traore’s future role in such doubts, Trincao is likely to get a fresh start for his visit to Southampton.
Raul Jimenez (ST) – Took the winner in the reverse match and will be hoping for something similar this time, after not scoring since November 20.
Daniel Podence (LW) – Showed what mercury talent he is with a stay last, which certainly gave him a start against Southampton on Saturday.
You can read the entire 90mins preview of the match here. You can find Southampton’s predicted lineup here.
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