For the first time in Nuno Santo’s Wolves tenure, he moved to a four-man defence against Southampton a few weeks ago.
He then continued that theme when they travelled to Arsenal, sweeping aside the Gunners 2-1.
In 166 of his 166 matches prior to the clash against the Saints, he had gone with three at the back but Nuno is now unbeaten since changing things up.
However, with a match against Premier League champions Liverpool to come, they would arguably be taking a risk by not setting up with a more familiar system.
Thus, we’re tipping the manager to go back to his three-man defence, with the following XI predicted: Patricio, Semedo, Boly, Coady, Kilman, Marcal, Neves, Moutinho, Neto, Traore, Silva.
We think that Nuno will go back to the formation in order to give his side a bit more cover against a free-flowing Liverpool attack.
The man sacrificed to make this work is Daniel Podence. He scored against Arsenal but with no number 10 needed, unfortunately drops out on Sunday.
Ruben Neves missed out last weekend but comes back in for Leander Dendoncker to offer an extra layer of security on the ball in the middle of the park.
The final change we think could occur is at the back where Max Kilman comes in to play as the left centre-back.
Raul Jimenez is ruled out after fracturing his skull. He was involved in a nasty collision with David Luiz and thus, will miss an extended period of time.
Therefore, Fabio Silva faces his first run in the side.
Wolves’ big-money signing is yet to start in the Premier League so this will be a real test for the young Portuguese.
Having cost the club £35.6m, these are the occasions where he has to show up.