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A good result vs. Randers but still worries as the team again let in a goal at a time in the game that shows lack of detirmination and grit in crucial situations. Luckily Randers had no chance to keep their momentum and Leicester scored three more goals to settle a comfortable win.

Molineux is never an easy arena to go and the way Wolves are playing at the moment we have no special hope of three points which again will put heavy pressure on Brendan Rodgers.

Date: 20.02.22, Venue: Molineux, Match: Premier League

The recent talk regarding Brendan Rodgers and his position and of course bad results and no wins so far in Premier League action in the year. Seeing points vs. Spurs and West Ham being thrown away in stoppage time has nothing to do with injuries or form as the team should be able to keep a lead when they do have possession and are dominant.

Caglar Soyuncu and James Maddison had to leave the field vs. Randers and we hope to see Maddison, but Soyuncu will probably not be available. Thomas and Pereira could both be back, and both are believed to be in the starting line-up.

Wolves looks strong and in Jiminez and Neves they have players who can win this game on their own. Moutinho is also a magnificant player and we should also keep an eye on Hee-Chan who can upset a defense heavily.

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Manager: Brendan Rodgers, profile

Likely Line-Up, (4-3-3), Schmeichel – Pereira, Amartey, Vestergaard, Thomas – Ndidi, Tielemans, Dewsbury-Hall – Lookman, Daka, Barnes, Subs: Ward, Maddison, Choudhury, Albrighton, Soumare, Iheanacho, Mendy

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Manager: Bruno Lage, profile

Likely Line-Up, (3-4-3), Sa – Sais, Coady, Kilman – Alt-Nouri, Neves, Moutinho, Semedo – Podence, Jimenez, Hee-Chan, Subs: Hoever, Trincao, Jonny Castro, Toti, Marcal, Ruddy, Ciquinho

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We all know that this stadium is not an easy arena for Leicester with the last win as far back as in 1996. This was a 2nd tier league game. Emile Heskey (2) and Iwan Roberts scored the goals for Leicester.

We do believe it will be very diffucult and a draw would be fantastic, but as said above, probably not enough to relax the situation regarding Brendan Rodgers.

As a close neighbour you will find a number of payers with a life in both camps and of course the top record signing of Ade Akinbiyi will always stand out as a one special regarding the two clubs.

Derek Dougan will always come to mind for the older guard as we remember him as a fantastic player and entertainer as he probably played his best football during his days at Molineux and after a nomadic life in the game settled well at Wolves.

We will of course as always look forward to the game and hopefully this will turn out well, but Bruno Lage has really got his Wolves team rolling and that cold become a massive hurdle.


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