Manchester City Vs Wolves LIVE Football Score 11 May 2022
ABOUT THE MATCH
Wolverhampton is going head to head with Manchester City starting on 11 May 2022 at 19:15 UTC at Molineux Stadium stadium, Wolverhampton city, England. The match is a part of the Premier League.
- Wolves have lost three consecutive league meetings, and four of the past seven since they returned to the top flight in 2018 (W2, D1).
- Manchester City are vying to win successive league games at Molineux for the first time since April 1981.
- Wolves’ draw at Chelsea last time out halted a run of three straight league defeats.
- They are vying for a club record-equalling 16th Premier League victory in a season.
- Wolves have alternated between a win and a loss in all eight of their home league games in 2022, losing 3-0 to Brighton in their last outing at Molineux.
- Bruno Lage’s team have scored just once in eight home games this season against the sides currently in the top half of the Premier League.
- Raul Jimenez has two goals and three assists from six Premier League appearances against Manchester City.
- Conor Coady has scored four goals from four shots on target in the top flight this season.
- Manchester City are currently on a club record run of 16 Premier League away games unbeaten, winning 13 and drawing three.
- Pep Guardiola’s side have scored three or more goals in each of their past four league fixtures.
- City have earned 42 away points in 2021-22, more than any other Premier League team.
- They also have the division’s best defensive away record, conceding eight times in 17 matches.
- Rodri has scored in three consecutive top-flight games and is set to make his 100th Premier League appearance at Molineux.
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My Manchester City XI
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Manchester City are missing a few defenders through injury but I still think they will be okay at Molineux.
I don’t know what has happened to Wolves, because they are usually difficult to play against and I wouldn’t describe them as being that way at the moment.
I know they came back to rescue a draw with Chelsea on Saturday but that was more down to a wobble by the Blues than anything else.