Wolves v Brighton: match preview

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Wolves gave rare starts to several young players in Monday’s draw with West Brom and their performances may convince Nuno Espírito Santo to send them into action again on Sunday. Vitinha made a particularly strong case for inclusion even though João Moutinho is available. Brighton, who need a win to guarantee survival, will be testing opponents. The past four meetings between these clubs have resulted in draws – it would be no surprise if Sunday’s did too. Paul Doyle

Sunday noon BBC One

Venue Molineux

Last season Wolves 0 Brighton 0

Referee Jon Moss

This season G22 Y57 R1 2.63 cards/game

Odds H 5-2 A 4-3 D 12-5


Subs from Ruddy, Hoever, Corbeanu, Kilman, Gibbs-White, Richards, Willian José, Moutinho, Podence

Doubtful None

Injured Jiménez (head, unknown), Boly (match fitness, unknown), Jonny (knee, unknown), Marçal (groin, unknown), Neto (knee, unknown)

Suspended None

Discipline Y46 R1


Leading scorers Neto, Neves 5


Subs from Steele, Zeqiri, Walton, Sanders, Ferguson, Connolly, Karbownik, Pröpper, Izquierdo, Jahanbakhsh, Andone, Moder, Lallana, Tau, Mac Allister

Doubtful Lallana (calf), Andone (hamstring)

Injured March (knee, next season), Lamptey (hamstring, next season)

Suspended None

Discipline Y39 R4


Leading scorer Maupay 8

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