Bruno Lage has to decide whether to change a winning team when Wolves travel to Carrow Road to face Norwich.
Lage has already confirmed that Willy Boly has been ruled out of the game with a new injury.
It was unlikely that Boly would have made it into the starting XI anyway, as Lage has no reason to deviate from his usual back three.
It is also unlikely that Ruben Neves will be dropped but we have got Leander Dendoncker in for Joao Moutinho here.
That is because Wolves have a midweek game, and Lage may decide to protect the veteran midfielder’s legs.
Daniel Podence deserves to start once again after his assist last time out, and Raul Jimenez will stay in the team.
We have got Adama Traore in for Hwang Hee-Chan, just to freshen it up. Francisco Trincao will also be waiting for another start.
In truth, Lage could go with an unchanged team after the performance against West Ham.
We have just suggested a couple of changes with a midweek coming up ahead of a frantic festive period.
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