Leeds United boss Marcelo Bielsa will hope to get the better of counterpart Nuno Espirito Santo when the pair clash on the touchline at Molineux on Friday as the West Yorkshire side seek to avenge the defeat Wolves inflicted on them earlier in the season.
Wolves contained Leeds and hit on the break to secure a 1-0 win at Elland Road back in October and, while their form has been inconsistent of late, they will be eyeing another victory here.
Nuno’s troops have managed to earn back-to-back wins just once all season from their 24 Premier League fixtures to date and come into this encounter having beaten Southampton 2-1 on Sunday.
Leeds, meanwhile, were humbled 4-2 at Arsenal last weekend to end a two-game winning streak on the road.
The absence of Kalvin Phillips was a big loss for Bielsa, who will wait for a late fitness update from his midfielder before deciding how to set out his side here.
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When is Wolves v Leeds on TV?
Wolves v Leeds will take place on Friday 19th February 2021.
What time is kick-off?
Wolves v Leeds will kick off at 8pm.
There are numerous Premier League games taking place this weekend including Liverpool v Everton, which kicks off at 5:30pm on Saturday.
What TV channel is Wolves v Leeds on?
The game will be shown live on BT Sport from 7:30pm.
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How to live stream Wolves v Leeds online
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Wolves v Leeds team news
Wolves: Daniel Podence is expected to be sidelined for another month, while there remains doubt over when Willy Boly will be back fit. Raul Jimenez is still out.
Nuno could stick with roughly the same XI that beat Southampton last time out. Willian Jose has started each of Wolves’ last four Premier League games but is yet to score for his new club.
Leeds: With centre-backs Diego Llorente and Robin Koch still sidelined, Bielsa may decide to move Pascal Struijk back into the heart defence and sit Stuart Dallas or another midfielder in Phillips’ anchoring role.
Mateusz Klich is rated 50/50 to feature here but Pablo Hernandez could be drafted in. The boss is without the influential Rodrigo, but the likes of Raphinha and Jack Harrison will provide the attacking intent from the wings.
Wolves v Leeds odds
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Our prediction: Wolves v Leeds
Wolves defensively outclassed Leeds when these sides met at Elland Road and Nuno will likely expect to same resolute performance from his troops here. The onus is therefore on Leeds to try something different to break this home team down.
Lacking Phillips could well harm Leeds as it did against Arsenal, so Bielsa may opt to freshen things up by including Tyler Roberts or Helder Costa from the start.
Defensively Leeds could struggle if Struijk plays in an unnatural midfield position and Luke Ayling comes in to centre-half. Wolves, who may be unchanged from the weekend, could exploit this.
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