Nathan Judah's Wolves notebook vs Manchester City
Nathan Judah gives his notebook thoughts following Wolves' 2-1 win over Manchester City.
A lot has happened since the Luton game and let's not talk about Ipswich ever again.
There were 10 changes in midweek, but only one made from the 1-1 draw last weekend - and that was enforced.
But it's a pretty major tactical change - out goes the suspended Bellegarde and in comes Toti Gomes.
'Five at the back, pace in atttaaaccck!' Well that's what Gary O'Neil will be hoping for.
I think this was the smart formation to select, you've got to keep it as tight as possible vs City.
You let them play and this could be a cricket score if they're not switched on.
The extra defensive help will give the wing-backs a little more license - especially Semedo who looks a lot more comfortable in a five.
99.9% of the country has this down as an away win banker, but remember this is Wolves - logic goes out the window.