Wolves are aiming to upset the Premier League title race in midweek action as they welcome Manchester City to Molineux.

Despite a mixed run of recent form, Wolves are still in the running for Europe this season, and coach Carlos Cachada believes they can get a result against Manchester City.

Wolves boss Bruno Lage missed the weekend draw with Chelsea after testing positive for Covid-19 with Cachada stepping in.

Cachada was in confident mood in his press conference and the hosts are expected to be unchanged.

As for City, Pep Guardiola has insisted there will be no distractions over the incoming arrival of Erling Haaland, but he is facing a defensive headache.

Ruben Dias, Kyle Walker and John Stones are all out for the season and Pep will reshuffle his back four.

Nathan Ake is expected to be recalled with Bernardo Silva and Phil Foden also in line to return.

Kick off is set for 8.15pm tomorrow night at Molineux.

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