Live on SKY but inconveniently for most, me included, on a Monday evening.
Wolves in 10th position with games in hand on those above, Brighton rooted to the bottom of the league table.
What about the opposition?
Brighton recorded only there second league win of the season last week against Bradford, their first at home. It was 14 games on from an opening day victory up at Burnley.
Injury to star man, Bobby Zamora, coupled with managerial changes have so far seen Brighton unable to reproduce the form that saw them promoted last season.
Main problem seems to be in the inability to score goals, only 11 in 15 league matches to date. The defence isn’t too bad but ask any West Brom fan how long can a defence hold out when the forwards can’t relieve the pressure at the other end of the pitch.
Soon to follow:
Coventry away. Above us in the league prior to this game but form is patchy.
Although Brighton used to turn us over quite regularly in the late 70’s and early 80’s I have to think that this is a home win for the Wolves.
Injury doubts prevail but with the introduction of Clyde at the back the team has found new resilience. Zamora will be a handful but the onus is on us to attack.
With the possible starting inclusion of Mark Kennedy, I can see us creating enough chances to win, even if the in-form Blake fails to recover in time.
Come on the Wolves!
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