Nuno Santo to make 1 important change – Predicted 3-4-3 Wolves XI to face Bolton Wanderers

Predicted Wolves Line-up To Face Bolton Wanderers In The EFL Championship

Wolves promotion party can now start as they are going to the Premier League next season and if they manage to get one point from their away match against Bolton, the Wolves fans will be celebrating a Championship title with two games to spare.

Nuno Espirito Santo’s side will look to take maximum points from their final three games so that they can surpass the 100-point barrier and confirm themselves as one of the best Championship sides in recent history. To do that, their players will have to put away a Bolton side who are fighting for their lives at the bottom of the table.

Probable Wolves XI

Manager: Nuno Espirito Santo

Formation: 3-4-3

GK – John Ruddy

The former Norwich keeper has made vital saves at times this season but his greatest test has been keeping his concentration while not having much work to do in certain games.

CB – Willy Boly

Reports in the Birmingham Mail suggest that Wily Boly is ready to put pen to paper on a permanent move to Molineux which would be music to the ears of the Wolves fans.

CB – Conor Coady

The team captain has had an unforgettable season in central defence for Nuno Espirito Santo and he will relish the opportunity to prove himself in the Premier League.

Willy Boly

CB – Ryan Bennett

The understated member of the Wolves back-three, Ryan Bennett has kept club captain Danny Batth out of the side and should be recognised as a key part of the Wolves defence.

LWB – Barry Douglas

Barry Douglas has fit perfectly into what Nuno Espirito Santo has tried to do. Douglas has jumped at the chance to impress his manager.

CM – Ruben Neves

Ruben Neves was very unlucky not to be named Championship player of the year, especially when it is clear that he is a step above almost every player in this division.

CM – Romain Saiss

One of the few left-overs from the pre- Nuno era, Saiss has provided an excellent calming influence in the centre of the park.

RWB – Matt Doherty

A Wolves player since 2010 when he was plucked from Irish side Bohemians, this promotion will feel sweeter to Matt Doherty.

Diogo Jota

LW – Diogo Jota

Such a classy player, Jota has proved to be the difference maker at countless moments during the season. He will be hoping to bag another goal against the shaky Bolton defence.

ST – Benik Afobe

Benik Afobe has very much enjoyed coming back to his old stomping ground and will want to savour this promotion as much as possible.

RW – Helder Costa

Helder Costa is one of those players who we haven’t seen the best of in a Wolves shirt. He will want to show what he is made of, in the Premier League next season.

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