Resurgent Wolves will look to continue their good turn in form under Julen Lopetegui when they host second-bottom Bournemouth at the Molineux Stadium on Saturday at 15:00 GMT.
After back-to-back wins against Liverpool and Southampton, Julen Lopetegui’s Wolves will be looking to make it three wins on the trot as they bid to move away from the bottom of the table into the mid-table positions.
Bournemouth have collected just 2 points out of the last five outings in the league. They are currently 19th on the table and one point behind 17th-placed Leeds United. They will be looking to win the points they need to bolster their survival fight.
Lopetegui will be without centre-forward Sasa Kalajdzic (cruciate ligament), left-winger Chiquinho (cruciate ligament), right-winger Pedro Neto (ankle), and Hee-Chan Hwang (hamstring).
Bournemouth will be without right-winger David Brooks (fitness), Ryan Fredericks (knock), centre-forward Dominic Solanke (knee), central midfielder Lewis Cook (knee), and centre-back Ilya Zabarnyi (unknown).
Wolves will play on the front foot and leverage the home support to force Bournemouth back and create chances through quick passing and counter-pressing.
Bournemouth will look to be compact and disciplined; they will close down all spaces and make it difficult for Wolves attackers.
Wolves will have too much for relegation-threatened Bournemouth.
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