Wolves’ push for European qualification pits them against Everton this weekend, with Nuno Santo well aware they need a win to get back on track.

Successive defeats to Arsenal and Sheffield United have upset their rhythm in the last week, and Santo’s side are in danger of dropping out of the Champions League race.

The big concern for Santo is the absence of Adama Traore this weekend, due to a recurring shoulder injury.

The returning Pedro Neto is likely to step in, but aside from that, Santo is expected to make limited changes.

For Everton, Carlo Ancelotti knows their own European qualification hopes have faded, and he may take the opportunity to rotate.

Andre Gomes should be fit in time to return, but with Mason Holgate still out, the Italian could recall Djibril Sidibie, Gylfi Sigurdsson and Moise Kean for the trip to Molineux.

And that’s your latest Premier League update, check back in tomorrow for more, with the Sport Social.

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