WOLVES are looking to continue their excellent record against Manchester City as they make their home bow in this season's Premier League.
Wanderers completed the double over Pep Guardiola's men last season with Adama Traore scoring three in the two games.
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Following Bournemouth's relegation, City swooped in on Nathan Ake.
They also brought Ferran Torres from Valencia.
But, they had a few big names depart…
Leroy Sane finally got his move to Bayern Munich and Claudio Bravo was released.
Club legend David Silva left after ten years, Angelino went on loan to RB Leipzig and Jack Harrison went to newly promoted Leeds.
Both teams have seen new players arrive at the club and fan favourites' leave, here's a recap of the comings and going at Wolves;
Wolves sold Jota to Liverpool, as new signing Ki-Jana Hoever went in the opposite direction.
But splashed the cash on Porto forward Favio Silva, breaking the club-record for highest fee.
They continued to scour Europe for talent and signed Fernando Marcel from Lyon.
Matt Doherty went to Tottenham and Will Norris went to Burnley.
Next up we'll look at City's transfer business thus far…
RIGHTING THEIR WRONGS
City have released a promo trailer for the new season, which seems to want to wipe the slate clean and forget about last season.
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HERE WE GO!
Nuno Espirito Santo could well revert to his tried and tested starting XI after his side’s shock loss to Stoke in the Carabao Cup.
The Wolves boss got the season off to a flying start at Bramall Lane, scoring the two goals of the game in the opening six minutes, but a shuffle of his starting line-up led to an early exit from the cup competition.
He will also have to deal with the loss of Diogo Jota, following his departure to Liverpool.
Last season, Wolves did the double over Manchester City and will be looking for their third win, but they’ll be facing a team of all-stars.
Although, City will be without their leading man Sergio Aguero, as the striker continues to struggle with a knee injury.
City are kicking off their Premier League campaign this evening, after they were awarded an extra week following their late involvement in the Champions League.
But Pep Guardiola will be forced to make a few changes thanks to a growing injury list and Coronavirus sanctions, but he will have the option of new starter Ferran Torres.
City will want to come flying out of the blocks this evening knowing that there’s no room for error, after slumping to second last year – 18 points behind Liverpool.