​Manchester City host Wolves at the Etihad Stadium on Monday, hoping to continue their good form after beating Burton Albion 9-0 in the Carabao cup semi-final.

However, Wolves have proven to be a tricky outfit for the top six teams to break down this season, as City will know all too well – the Citizens dropped their first points of the season against Wolves in the reverse fixture earlier in the campaign.

Wolves will look to their counter-attacking ability to potentially hurt Manchester City on the break, knowing their opponents will have the ball for the majority of the game.

Here’s our preview for Monday night’s clash.

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