At home, Espanyol, who is deep in the domestic crisis, will have a difficult challenge when they play against their representative Wolves in the first leg of the round of 1/16. Will the Wolves maintain the unbeaten circuit to the 5th match in a row to get tickets to the next round with a jubilant advantage of 4-0 in the first leg? Espanyol's comeback counter is almost nonexistent as they have not won the last 3 matches in a row.

After losing the first leg with a score of 0-4, Espanyol's head coach, Sergio Gonzalez, decided to give his approach to this match. Does he play his strongest squad in the hope of returning miraculously or does he keep certain players aware that they are at the bottom of La Liga and are 5 points below the safe area, it would be reasonable. when the second option but playing weakly in front of the fans will also be an insult to them. David Lopez should be safe to start on Thursday when he is suspended for their next match after a red card on the weekend. And rookie striker Raul de Tomas is still a doubt for Espanyol and may not be at risk when their position in LaLiga is in serious danger. Espanyol have won just one of the last 7 matches in all competitions,

After winning 4-0, Wolves are taking a huge advantage in this match and as a result Nuno can shuffle his squad. Subs players like Pedro Neto, Daniel Podence, Morgan Gibbs-White, Ruben Vinagre and Max Kilman will hope to start. Wolves have been unbeaten in the last 4 matches and have won the last 2 matches with a total score of 7-0 at their home. Wolves have won 11 of the last 13 matches and scored at least 3 goals in the last 3 matches as well as more than 2.5 goals scored in the last 3 matches in the Europa League.

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