Watch Wolves vs Manchester City from 8pm on Monday live on Sky Sports Premier League; kick-off 8.15pm
Wolves head coach Nuno Espirito Santo could revert to the starting XI which won at Sheffield United for Monday evening’s visit of Manchester City, live on Sky Sports.
Nuno made numerous changes to his team for Thursday’s Carabao Cup loss to Stoke, including a debut for record buy Fabio Silva, following the 2-0 top-flight success at Bramall Lane.
New signing Ki-Jana Hoever – who arrives from Liverpool with Diogo Jota moving in the opposite direction – is not eligible to feature, while fellow defender Jonny remains sidelined after suffering a serious knee injury which will keep him out until next year.
Monday night football at Molineux.
— Wolves (@Wolves) September 21, 2020
Manchester City will be missing Sergio Aguero – and could be without the striker for up to two months as he continues to struggle with a left knee injury sustained in June.
Aguero had an operation in Barcelona after suffering the injury against Burnley but has yet to return to training, with boss Pep Guardiola admitting: “Sergio was out for a long time and Sergio is not a guy who regains the physical condition quick so I think in one month or two months he will be ready.”
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— Manchester City (@ManCity) September 21, 2020
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