Cadiz v Wolves takes place on Wednesday at 11am (UK time).
Julen Lopetegui will continue to get to grips with his new Wolves squad ahead of the Premier League return on Boxing Day — and what will be his first dabble in the English top flight. The former Real Madrid and Spain coach was appointed just before the World Cup and has a tough job on his hands to rouse the Premier League’s basement club and steer them away from relegation danger.
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Cadiz team news
Sergio Gonzalez’s men recently put Manchester United to the sword in a 4-2 win, with goals coming from Carlos Garcia, Anthony Lozano, Ruben Sobrino and Tomas Alarcon. He is likely to name a similar side ahead of another showdown with Premier League opposition, with the Andalusian side also battling relegation in La Liga — these matches will be invaluable assessments and prep work.
Wolves team news
Summer recruit Sasa Kalajdzic remains a long-term absentee, with Pedro Neto and Jonny Otto also occupying the treatment tables indefinitely. Chiquinho underwent knee surgery in the summer and is earmarked for a January return, so obviously won’t feature here. Raul Jimenez, who recently featured in the World Cup with Mexico, has since returned to Wolves’ training camp and appeared in the club’s previous friendly against Empoli.
Those who turned out in Qatar will slowly start to filter back to Lopetegui’s squad, with the Premier League’s return less than two weeks away. That means Raul Jimenez and Hwang Hee-chan could feature for the first time under Lopetegui, but it is too early for Ruben Neves, Matheus Nunes and Jose Sa.
Scoreline prediction: Cadiz 1-2 Wolves
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