Manchester City would be in action against the men from the Molineux Stadium as the season continues to unfold in the Premier League.
Both sides would be aiming for the three points even as the home side would want to return to winning ways in the EPL.
The Citizens lost 2-1 away to German Bundesliga side RB Leipzig and the match against Wolves would be an interesting one to look forward to for many reasons at the weekend.
Isagoal.com reveals the reasons why Wolverhampton Wanderers must not be taken for granted at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday.
Wolves are giant killers
Manchester City should be cautious ahead of this one as they welcome the strategic Wolves side at home.
It would be a League test for City who occupy to spot in the Premier League after their magnificent outing against Watford which they triumphed 3-1 away from home.
Wolves have stood their ground against sides like Tottenham Hotspur this season and against the best they’ve been a tug of war for some of the big sides.
And like West Ham United, Wolves has the personnel to produce a surprise result in this weekend fixture.
And the home side must be deliberately prepared in their approach to curb the opposition threat in the no traces of error.
European Dreams for Wolves
The visiting side would fancy their chances as they face up with the likes of Manchester City at the Etihad this weekend.
With the glamour of playing on the European stage more luring than before Wolves would come with every level of seriousness for this game.
While they hope to achieve this with view of making the most of this contest against the flamboyant playing EPL current Champions Manchester City.
Further Defensive Woes
The Citizens may be on the front foot in the attack with the likes of Raheem Sterling, Phil Foden and Bernardo Silva delivering the goods for the Champions.
But their inability to establish an equilibrium to the side has been one of the City’s major challenge years back.
They are good to watch especially when they are in possession of the ball and dictating the course of a match.
But their inability to defend effectively as a team blights their ambitions over the season as we’ve seen their defensive mistake time without number like it resurfaced again in the midweek UEFA Champions League defeat against RB Leipzig.
This article was updated 9 months ago