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Wolverhampton host Bournemouth at home at Molineux on Wednesday night to look for ways to extend their unbeaten record in the Premier League to 7 matches. Meanwhile, Bournemouth making the trip to the West Midlands has suffered 4 defeats in 5 matches that have left The Cherries in the relegation zone.

Wolves are still speeding up in the race to qualify for the Champions League next season, Nuno Espirito Santo and his students have a habit of scoring goals in the late game this season, and that feature is once again shown. at the weekend when they scored a 2-0 win over West Ham United. Although Raul Jimenez and Pedro Neto were on the scoresheet, the brace was the result of Adama Traore coming off the bench to beat The Hammer so hard. As his fitness level improves, such a strategy will become less effective, but Nuno will want to use the winger's sprinting ability as much as possible as his team seeks to retain his position. 6th place in the rankings. Despite the use of Traore from the bench. 

Had a poor performance against Crystal Palace over the weekend, there will be a certain sense of anxiety in the Bournemouth squad ahead of the encounter with Wolves. However, despite sitting at the red light group, Eddie Howe will feel that his players are not under pressure to achieve results against a disciplined Wolves like Wolves. Although the return of David Brooks is a significant plus, The Cherries will not rise above the rankings unless they can end the string of conceding at least 2 goals in the last 5 matches. Josh King was a big suspect for the Bournemouth attack after being pulled out of the match against Palace with an ankle injury while cramping in the first match back, David Brooks could return to the bench. With those options, Howe might consider going back to the 3-man line,