Wolves will go looking for their first Premier League points of the season against Watford tomorrow.
Bruno Lage’s side have played well in the first three games of the campaign, but find themselves without a point.
That’s in part due to the tough nature of the opponents but a more presentable run of fixtures – on paper – lies ahead.
The quality of the performances means Lage likely won’t look to alter too much from the 1-0 loss against Manchester United last time out, and we’ve predicted just the two changes.
We’ve got Willy Boly coming back into the side following his recovery from injury.
Max Kilman has been outstanding in the opening weeks of the season and has been nominated for the club’s player of the month award.
So he should move to the left of the back three, with Romain Saiss dropping out.
The big question further forward is whether new loan signing Hwang Hee-Chan should go straight into the starting team.
We’ve got him on the right of a front three, coming in for Francisco Trincao.
That said, given he had a long trip back from international duty, Hwang could well begin this match on the bench.
Raul Jimenez is able to play in this one after an agreement was reached with the Mexican football authorities.
The key for Lage is getting the same level of performance Wolves produced against the big boys. If he does, Wolves should win here.
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