Wolves vs Torino
Wolves play host to Torino later today in the second leg of their Europa League qualifying round.
The first leg took place last week in Torino with Wolves coming away with a 3-2 win and three vital away goals.
Wolves’ three away goals should put them in a great position ahead of tonight’s tie.
Should Torino beat Wolves 1-0 or 2-1 tonight, Nuno Santo’s side would still advance on away goals.
Jimenez’s wrist problem
Ahead of the Torino clash, Nuno Santo held his pre-match press conference earlier in the day.
One of the things Nuno spoke about was Raul Jimenez.
Jimenez has been one of Wolves’ standout stars since their promotion to the English top-flight.
Thanks to Wolves’ hectic schedule the Mexican has already played eight games across all competitions this season, scoring six and assisting one.
However, Nuno Santo has since revealed that Jimenez is still dealing with the broken wrist he suffered five months ago vs Chelsea:
“He has a problem. Did he break it? Yes… He has to protect himself.”
Nuno confirmed today that Raul Jimenez is still playing with a broken wrist, suffered 5 months ago at Chelsea: “He has a problem. Did he break it? Yes… He has to protect himself.” Set to start again against Torino tomorrow night. #WWFC
— Alex Richards (@AA_Richards) August 28, 2019
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