Wolverhampton Wanderers take on Everton tomorrow night in the Premier League.

Wolves are looking to continue their good run, against a side that was heavily beaten last weekend.

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Bruno Lage (Photo by Jack Thomas – WWFC/Wolves via Getty Images)

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The Toffees lost 5-2 to Watford at home, and they have just started to stutter a little after a very bright start.

Wolves are in good form, and are currently four unbeaten.

They were seconds away from a fourth straight win against Leeds United but for a clumsy challenge from Nelson Semedo.

One man who will not be involved tomorrow night is Fernando Marcal.

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Fernando Marcal (Photo by Joe Prior/Visionhaus)

Bruno Lage has said that the Brazilian is still struggling with a calf injury and won’t be available for selection (via Nathan Judah).

It is therefore highly likely Rayan Ait-Nouri will start, as he did last weekend against Leeds.

Ait-Nouri was one of the better performers for Wolves at Elland Road, with some fans praising his display afterwards on social media.


Tomorrow night is a big one for the £10 million Frenchman, who could oust Marcal if he plays well enough.

Ait-Nouri has golden chance to become regular again

He gave a good account of himself last week on his first Premier League appearance of the season. Now it’s on Ait-Nouri to follow that up.

Given Marcal’s injury record, a chance was always going to come his way.

He’s had to be patient so far, but if he does well tomorrow night then he could end up ousting Marcal from the starting XI.

Lots of fans have been hoping for Ait-Nouri to come back into the side.

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Rayan Ait-Nouri (Photo by Jack Thomas – WWFC/Wolves via Getty Images)

Marcal undoubtedly had a good start this season.

But just recently his levels have dipped, and he has looked a bit suspect defensively.

Ait-Nouri has huge potential so needs to be playing to further his game. But he has to give the manager a reason to pick him, and tomorrow night is the perfect chance.

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