Wolves v Crystal Palace: Premier League – live!

20 July 2020 06:53
Premier League updates from the 8.15pm BST kick-offWatford’s drift under Pearson leads to latest sackingEmail Simon or tweet @Simon_Burnton 7.53pm BST Here’s Roy Hodgson on Tyrick Mitchell, who makes his full debut at right-back tonight with Adama Traoré to deal with. The last time we put a young full-back in, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, that was against Manchester United or Tottenham I think, one of the top teams, and that worked out pretty well. He’s been around the first-team squad for a year albeit he lost a lot of time through injury. But he’s been fit now for the period before the lockdown, during lockdown and after lockdown, so I’d think he’d be champing at the bit to get out there and test himself against the best. 7.37pm BST While you wait for the action to start here, there’s plenty of ways to pass your time. For example: Related: Sheffield United v Everton: Premier League – live! Related: Nigel Pearson was too wedded to his formation and selections at Watford | Simon Burnton 7.23pm BST Three changes for Wolves, who leave out Romain Saiss, Ruben Vinagre and Diogo Jota and lever in Matt Doherty, Leander Dendoncker and Jonny. Two changes for Palace, who lose Patrick van Aanholt and Luka Milivojevic to injuries, and bring in 20-year-old Tyrick Mitchell for his first league start, after two substitute appearances this month, and Jeff Schlupp for his first start since December. 7.17pm BST The teams have been announced, and they are these:Here's how Wolves line-up for tonight's @premierleague fixture against @CPFC. #WOLCRY pic.twitter.com/a7G2zHN7KNCOME ON YOU PALACE #CPFC | #WOLCRY 5.45pm BST Hello world!It’s all to play for as Wolves take their extremely remote chance of qualifying for Europe – which relies on both Leicester and Manchester United losing their remaining fixtures, Wolves winning both of theirs and a lot of goals being scored/conceded by everyone involved – to Molineux where they will discover quite how motivated Crystal Palace are by the prospect of potentially finishing as high as 12th or as low as 16th. Of more relevant concern to Nuno Espirito Santo will be the three clubs behind but within three points of them (as I type – Sheffield United could have overtaken them by the time this game kicks off), and the very real danger of converting an encouraging seventh place into a slightly disappointing 10th in the season’s final week. Continue readingreadfullarticle

Source: TheGuardian