Wolves are facing Manchester City on Saturday – and a tough game undoubtedly awaits.

The Citizens, like Wolves, will be coming into the game fresh off the back of a defeat.

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DIVOCK ORIGI DOES NOT MAKE SENSE.

Pep Guardiola’s side lost to RB Leipzig in midweek in the Champions League.

The 2-1 result was a real shock considering the Spaniard did put out quite a strong team.

Wolves can perhaps take heart from that but at the same time, they will be wanting to bounce back in front at their home ground.

One of Leipzig’s scorers on Tuesday Dominik Szoboszlai spoke after the game about the game, and the £18 million star’s comments make for interesting reading.

He said: “We can play bad or really well against such great opposition.

“I noticed early on that there was space to exploit for me between Stones and Walker, and I went deeper more often, then the outstanding ball came from Konni [Konrad Laimer] and I was able to score.

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As good as Manchester City are, they have been having a little bit of trouble keeping the ball out of the net of late.

They are without a clean sheet in five games now.

That said, Wolves haven’t scored in any of their last three.

Wolves should look for the gaps against Manchester City

One would imagine Kyle Walker will be starting at right-back on Saturday.

Whether John Stones plays again though is up for debate. Guardiola has tended to use Aymeric Laporte for Premier League games this term.

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Whether it’s Laporte or Ruben Dias playing next to Walker though, Wolves should still see if there any big gaps develop.

In Hwang Hee-chan and Adama Traore, Wolves certainly have individuals to exploit big spaces.

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