Wolves continue their pre-season preparations with a friendly clash against Las Palmas in Marbella on Monday at 6pm (UK time).
This is the Midlands side’s third friendly of the summer while Las Palmas are undertaking their penultimate clash in what has been a busy pre-season schedule.
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Scoreline prediction: Las Palmas 0-2 Wolves
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Las Palmas vs Wolves build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:
As was the case last week, Las Palmas face a double-header of two games in two days as they ramp up preparations ahead of the Segunda Division kick-off next week. Pepe Mel’s side have been in decent form so far, beating Espanyol 1-0 before only falling to Sevilla by the same scoreline a day later.
As for Wolves, they’ll be looking to use this fixture to get back among the goals after scoring just once in their two pre-season friendlies so far. Bruno Lage’s side fell to a shock 1-0 defeat to Crewe Alexandria in their opening game of the summer before beating Real Betis 1-0 last time out. Following this fixture, Wolves still have Stoke City, Coventry City and Celta Vigo all to come before they kick-start their Premier League campaign against Leicester City in August.
- Las Palmas (vs Sevilla): Fernandez; Navas, Suarez, Curbelo; Salomon, Veiga, Mesa, Perez; Garcia, Mujica, Rodriguez.
- Wolves (vs Real Betis): Ruddy; Marcal, Boly, Saiss; Hoever, Moutinho, Perry, Ait Nouri; Trincao, Jimenez, Gibbs-White.
Ruben Neves, Joao Moutinho and Nelson Semedo should all feature again after returning to the Wolves squad late from Euro 2020, while Raul Jimenez could also get some more minutes as he steps up his recovery from a head injury.
Player to watch: Ruben Neves (Wolves)
After making his return to action as a second-half substitute last time out following his Euro 2020 exertions, there’s every chance Ruben Neves will line up from the start against Las Palmas on Monday.
If Lage is to continue the legacy of Nuno Espirito Santo and maintain Wolves as a competitive Premier League outfit, the form of the Portugal international midfielder is going to be vital.
Neves was Wolves’ joint-highest Premier League goalscorer last season with five strikes, while no teammate completed more passes (1,671) or made more tackles (86) than him, proving his worth on both sides of the ball.
As of Monday, it’s time to get fit and ready as Neves will surely be targeting a return to European football for Wolves this season.
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