Wolves v Everton live stream, Sky Sports, Monday 1 November, 8pm
Everton will be looking to bounce back from last weekend’s remarkable 5-2 loss to Watford when they face Wolves on Monday night.
Rafael Benitez’s side took the lead twice at Goodison Park last time out, but they became the first team in Premier League history to lose by three goals despite being ahead after 75 minutes. The Everton manager will have been extremely concerned with the manner of his team’s collapse, which suggested psychological as well as organisational shortcomings.
Benitez made a decent start to his Everton tenure, but it will be impossible for the club’s fans to forget his Liverpool connections. A sustained run of poor form could see the supporters turn on the manager, so he will be keen to get back to winning ways at Molineux.
Wolves conceded a last-gasp equaliser to Leeds last time out, as Rodrigo Moreno’s penalty denied them a 1-0 win. Still, Bruno Lage’s side have been largely excellent in recent weeks. They have collected 10 points from the last 12 available and are beginning to look up the table at the European places.
Willy Boly and Fernando Marcal will need to be assessed ahead of kick-off, but Wolves will definitely be without Pedro Neto, Jonny Otto, Hugo Bueno and Yerson Mosquera. Adama Traore will hope to keep his place alongside Raul Jimenez and Hwang Hee-chan in attack, but Trincao and Daniel Podence are alternatives to the Spain international.
Everton are likely to welcome Richarlison back into their starting XI after his substitute appearance last time out. Dominic Calvert-Lewin is still working his way back from a thigh problem, though, and will not feature until after the international break.
Fabian Delph has a shoulder problem, while midfield duo Andre Gomes and Abdoulaye Doucoure are also on the treatment table. Yerry Mina could be included in the matchday squad despite a recent hamstring strain.
Kick-off is at 8pm BST on Monday 1 November, and UK viewers can watch live on Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event. See below for international broadcast options.
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