Wolves predicted lineup vs Manchester City - Premier League

Tom Gott
Lage dreams of making it back to the Europa League
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Wolves need a victory over Manchester City to keep their hopes of Europa League qualification alive. No biggie.

Bruno Lage's men snatched a late draw against Chelsea last time out to keep them in the race, but they'll need three wins from their last three and also require Manchester United to slip up against Crystal Palace on the final day of the season.

It's going to be a tough ask for Lage, and here's how he could set up.

Wolves predicted lineup vs Manchester City (3-5-2)

Conor Coady
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GK: Jose Sa - Sa had some of the Premier League's top goalscoring numbers earlier this season but has seen his form slip somewhat.

CB: Willy Boly - Boly has been a near-permanent starter since his return from a leg injury and he's likely to keep that spot here.

CB: Romain Saiss - Had an absolute stinker against Chelsea but should get another chance to redeem himself here.

CB: Conor Coady - The hero against Chelsea, Coady is an obvious starter.

RM: Jonny Otto - With Nelson Semedo out for the season, it's up to Jonny to fly the flag out on the right.

CM: Joao Moutinho - Moutinho's big game experience will be key for this Wolves side as they fight to keep their European dreams alive.

CM: Leander Dendoncker - The real midfield steel, Dendoncker will need to be alert to help out his defence here.

CM: Ruben Neves - He may not have many games left in a Wolves shirt so he'll hope to end the season on a high note.

LM: Rayan Ait-Nouri - Played a big role in the comeback over Chelsea and should keep his place as a result.

ST: Francisco Trincao - Trincao changed the game alongside Chiquinho against Chelsea and it's hard to see at least one of them not getting rewarded.

ST: Raul Jimenez - Sent off in the return fixture, Jimenez has found the back of the net just once in his last ten league games.