You know you’re unfashionable when your game is selected for midday coverage on the BBC.
Auntie gets the Premier League dregs so the fact Wolves will be making another appearance against Brighton in a few weeks is a withering indictment of our current appeal.
Still, I couldn’t care less.
We’re safe, the sun is out and the Super League is dead – I’m quite looking forward to this one.
There isn’t much left to play for but the top half might be doable and finishing above Villa to retain our top dogs in the West Midlands crown wouldn’t be unpleasant.
We’ve scraped together a two game winning run and if we turn up, there’s no reason we can’t make it three.
I don’t think Burnley will go down, but they’ve got a little bit of work to do.
It’s debatable whether Fulham or West Brom will make it to 33 but Sean Dyche won’t want to take that risk.
The Clarets have still got to go to Craven Cottage in a few weeks, so if they haven’t increased the buffer by then things might feel a touch uncomfortable.
I watched them at Man Utd last weekend and thought they were excellent, playing some good football and showing plenty of attacking invention.
Perhaps unsurprisingly though, for all their pass and move, their goal was a close-range header from a corner.
Only Fulham and Sheff Utd have scored fewer goals than their 26 but they did of course register twice against Wolves back in December in what was probably one of their more routine victories.
Assuming Nuno wants to stick with the tried and tested, this would be the XI I’d use:
I think you want Boly, Saiss and Dendoncker in to guard from set-pieces and I’d deploy Podence more centrally and push Traore up with Willian Jose, so it’s more of a 352.
This is one of those games where I think we want to see more of the ball and try to control the game, rather than sitting in and breaking.
I wouldn’t be too upset if Podence was dropped completely after an awful display against Sheff Utd, albeit with one smart pass in the build-up to the goal.
Last time out
Nuno fielded a highly experimental side at Turf Moor and we were soundly beaten, albeit with a late flourish after Fabio Silva won and scored a penalty.
It was 1-1 at Molineux last season, with Raul Jimenez rescuing a point from the spot with the last kick of the game.
Well done to MILDENHALL WOLF, PeteRobbo, Wokywolf, L-Train, Aussiewolf, kiwiwolf, winchwolf, Rich and Eintracht Silvaballs for collecting 3 points each for correctly predicting the 1-0 scoreline against Sheff Utd.
MILDENHALL WOLF joins Prawny at the top of the overall table at the end of Gameweek 32.
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Up The Wolves!