Manchester City are looking for their third victory in a row after moving to within a point of second-placed Leicester. Wolves, who are five points adrift of the top four, are seeking back-to-back Premier League wins.
What has been said?
Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo: “We are the team that has less hours [of recovery] in this period – 45 hours between two games and 112 hours between the three games until New Year’s Day.
“It’s going to be very tough, I think all of the managers are concerned and rightly so.
“I’m particularly concerned because I’ve been saying this; the schedule doesn’t make sense, it’s absurd. For all the teams.
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“We have to survive. Let’s see what happens.”
Man City manager Pep Guardiola: “They’re always one of the toughest opponents. Nuno [Espirito Santo] is doing an incredible job.
“They are one of the toughest opponents away – and at home as well – because of the quality they have.
“They are incredibly well organised with pace up front, an incredibly difficult opponent.”
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