With Wolverhampton Wanderers more than correcting their recent form with three Premier League wins on the spin last weekend, it sets us up nicely for Friday’s evening’s tough test against Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool outfit.
Head coach Nuno Espirito Santo’s side go into the game sat in seventh place in the top tier table, but Liverpool are 20 points ahead of us, narrowly sat in top spot, so either way the game is going to be a massively tough test for us.
Helping on that score is all bar one player are classed as fit and remain in contention for selection for the match in front of the television cameras.
The doubt, as fans will know, is Diogo Jota who was substituted in the last match at the halftime break with Helder Costa coming on.
Physioroom specify the hamstring nature of the concern, but they don’t have a timeframe on a potential return, so my guess is he’ll undergo a late assessment – but hopefully, they’ll be some clarity soon, especially given ahead of the Bournemouth game the 22-year-old had found his old form and had netted in back to back matches.