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Preview: Wolves XI vs Everton – latest team & injury news, predicted XI

Bruno Lage’s Wolverhampton Wanderers side head into Monday evening’s Premier League fixture on the back of falling to a disappointing last-minute 1-1 draw last time out, albeit while still in a decent run of form. Thus, the 45-year-old manager will undoubtedly be hoping for his side to get back to winning ways against Everton.

And, with the Toffees currently being on a run of three games without a win in the league, Lage will know that Monday’s fixture provides his team with a fantastic chance of securing another three points in order to propel his side towards the top half of the table.

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So, will the Portuguese manager make any changes to the team which started in the 1-1 draw with Leeds last time out? Here’s how we think Wolves could line up against Everton, along with the latest team and injury news…

With it being confirmed that Fernando Marcal will once again miss out due to a calf injury, while Willy Boly is available for selection after recovering from illness, we predict that Lage will make four changes to the team which lined up against Leeds last weekend.

The first of these changes comes in the back three, with 31-year-old Romain Saiss dropping out of the side following a disappointing performance at Elland Road where he completed just 66% of his passes. Meanwhile the £46k-per-week Boly – who is in great need of more first-team minutes this season – comes in to replace the Morocco international.

There is another change in defence, with the £25.2m-rated Nelson Semedo making way for 19-year-old Ki-Jana Hoever, as the former clumsily gave away the last-minute penalty which ultimately cost his side two points against Leeds, while the latter is – like Boly – in need of more first-team minutes in order to continue his development.

In the middle of the park, Leander Dendoncker drops out of the XI, with the fit-again £37.8m-rated Ruben Neves starting alongside Joao Moutinho.

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The front three also sees one change, with Daniel Podence being handed only his second start of the Premier League season, with Hee-Chan Hwang missing out, while Raul Jimenez retains his spot up top.

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