It promises to be an interesting game, well, any game with Marcelo Bielsa’s side this season has been enjoyable for the neutrals, but Nuno’s side have regained their confidence with Neto grabbing the winner against Southampton. While Leeds showed their vulnerability in a heavy defeat to Arsenal last time out.
Nuno provided the positive update on Raul Jimenez returning to training following his fractured skull suffered playing against Arsenal: “He’s training, most of the sessions individually. He’s been able to integrate in some parts of training sessions, like technical exercises, so he’s getting better. He’s improving really well, we have to be very careful... but we’re keeping positive... (We are) missing him but knowing he’s going in the right direction, making the right steps and he’s recovering. He will keep improving his fitness, following the protocols, doing exams and consulting the neurosurgeon who operated on him, they’re the next steps. It requires patience.”
Leeds, currently 11th, can move up into the top half of the table with a win, while Wolves, in 12th heading into tonight’s match, can jump above their opponents if they take all three points.
Stay tuned for all the goal and score updates from Molineux, plus reaction and analysis throughout: