West Ham face a tough trip to the West Midlands on Saturday afternoon as they take on an in-form Wolves side at Molineux.
They should also be buoyed by their recent record against Wolves – the Irons won both games last season at an aggregate of 7-2.
What have you made of West Ham this season? Have Wolves learned some lessons from last season?
West Ham have been a jealous joy to watch the past 18 months as they attempt to upset the apple cart, just like we attempted before COVID turned up. Everyone seems to know their roles like the back of their own hands and Declan Rice and Tomas Soucek are easily one of the strongest central midfield partnerships in the league.
Jarrod Bowen is obviously the dangerman having scored in both games last season. I jinxed myself on our show this week saying I wasn’t afraid of Michail Antonio, he hasn’t scored in the league since August, and in 10 games against Wolves, he only has one assist with no goals.
Will Adama Traore start against the Irons?
The Adama conundrum, will he play or won’t he…a sensible man would have him up against Aaron Cresswell seven days a week and twice on a Saturday, but Lage appears to like a front three who can be a bit more intricate playing narrow.
It should be a good game for the neutral with our Premier League head-to-head being tight. Wolves appear to be the underdogs but with a home crowd backing them.
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