Date:Tuesday January 30 2007
Wolves travel to Carrow Road tomorrow hoping to get their somewhat tattered reputation back, Sunday gone Wolves players and supporters had to remove the daggers from their hearts after witness a Black Country stuffing from arch rivals West Brom, This game has certainly come at the right time for all associated with Wolves, and only a victory tomorrow will ease the nerves suffered from that defeat.
Norwich is a long and arduous journey and one journey that`s not that appealing especially on the way back if you have just lost, so it`s all hands to the pump to inflate our punctured ego`s. History however says a Wolves victory if you go on past games, last season a mid table Wolves outfit managed to win handsomely there and I`ll take that tomorrow night, goals from Colin Cameron and Mark Kennedy ensured a 2-1 victory.
Norwich will be without key players like Dion Dublin and Robert Earnshaw , but don`t count out Norwich even without there best players.
Going back to the Molineux defeat on Sunday, Darren Potter one of those players hurt badly from it is confident of bouncing back 'Now we have got to give everything on Tuesday to try and get things back on track in the league.
'Having a game so quick is the best thing for us because there is not time for us to reflect on the defeat for too long."<BR>
Wolves welcome back cup tied Michael Kightly and he should go straight back into the team in place of the poor Rohan Ricketts, Andy Keogh is set for a Wolves debut and will hopefully partner up with Stephen Ward.
It`s all pointing towards a change of personal especially in midfield, Mark Davies and Karl Henry will form the reshaped middle of the park while Craig Davies drops to the bench to accommodate the new forward line, hopefully Mick McCarthy will adopt a flat 4-4-2.
Vital Wolves line up
Murray, Little, Breen, Collins, McNamara, McIndoe, Mark Davies, Henry, Kightly, Ward, Keogh.
Henry to make Wolves return against MK (Thursday December 5 2013)
O'Hara move to Blackpool halted over money (Wednesday December 4 2013)
Batth talks ongoing (Tuesday December 3 2013)
Jackett left to rue missed chances (Monday December 2 2013)
Stats: Peterborough v Wolves (Saturday November 30 2013)
Blackpool ponder January move for O'Hara (Friday November 29 2013)
Goals will come for Sako (Thursday November 28 2013)
Victory over Tranmere pleases Jackett (Wednesday November 27 2013)
Stats: Wolves v Tranmere (Wednesday November 27 2013)
O'Hara set for Blackpool loan (Tuesday November 26 2013)
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