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Some interesting headaches for this one. The main selection problems are as follows:

- Do you keep Lössl in net?

- Do you keep Mads Bech in the team, and if so which CB sits in the bench out of Pinnock, Jansson and Ajer?

- Alongside Nørgaard what is the right midfield combination between Janelt, Jensen, Baptiste, Bidstrup and Ghoddos?

How would you line up? Here’s what I’d do:

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We cannot keep playing defenders on their wrong side and then pass it around them for most of the game. If Ajer is fit then he has to play the right side, TF then has to earn his money and decide who the other two are. I think PJ should have a rest.
 

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Lossl, Roerslev, Ajer, Mads Bech, Pinnock, Henry, Norgaard, Janelt, Jensen, Toney, Mbeumo.

Subs: Alvaro, Pontus, Canos, Bidstrup, Baptiste, Forss, Wissa, Ghoddos, Stevens
I think that's the team, although i'd be tempted to put Canos at RB because his and Ajer's partnership at the beginning of the season hasn't been used again since Ajer's injury.
 

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Controversial but I think we need a change of formation. We started the season well because we surprised many teams and a 5 at the back formation kept it tight. No point playing 5 now to keep things tight…..we’ve conceded 10 in 3 games….teams seem quite happy with the way we’re playing at the moment and containing us quite easily

I’d go 4-3-3 with Henry and Ajer as full backs (he’s played their before and can still provide good height and a defend first quality). PJ and Ethan as centre backs. Janelt, Noorgaard and Baptise in midfield, Canos and Brian wide with Toney in the middle. Let’s go on the front foot, start playing more in the opposition half, play to Toneys strengths rather than make him either retreat 20 yards to get the ball or have balls fired up at him as a target man.
 

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When you watch our games we often up end up with the front 2 isolated and when we are being pushed back it’s like watching 8+2 or 7+3. I also think that we need more width as well.

Think Janson needs a rest. Poor last night. I also think Norgaard looks shot. So more support in the CDM role. So…4-2-3-1 for me.

Lossi

Roserlev
Ajer
Pinnock (very harsh on Sorensen)
Henry

Norgaard
Janelt

Wissa
Mbeumo
Canos

Toney
 

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Ajer Pinnock Bech
Canos Janelt Norgaard Jansen Ghoddos
Mbeumo Toney

Subs
Fernandez
Jansson
Roerslev
Henry
Bidstrup
Baptise
Forss
Wissa
Young-Coombes
 

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I think the player rotation helped against Man U - we looked fresher and created more. Happy to see more of the same.

Against Wolves I think we need to be on the front foot again. Jansson, Janelt & Norgaard all looked tired, so I'd do with:

Lossl

Ajer MBS Pinnock

Roerslev Jensen Bidstrup Ghoddos Henry

Toney Mbeumo

Subs: Fernandez, Stevens, Jansson, Canos, Norgaard, Bapstiste, Janelt, Wissa, Forss
 

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I think the player rotation helped against Man U - we looked fresher and created more. Happy to see more of the same.

Against Wolves I think we need to be on the front foot again. Jansson, Janelt & Norgaard all looked tired, so I'd do with:

Lossl

Ajer MBS Pinnock

Roerslev Jensen Bidstrup Ghoddos Henry

Toney Mbeumo

Subs: Fernandez, Stevens, Jansson, Canos, Norgaard, Bapstiste, Janelt, Wissa, Forss
I’m all for player rotation but I would be pretty scared of that midfield 3.
 

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I think the player rotation helped against Man U - we looked fresher and created more. Happy to see more of the same.

Against Wolves I think we need to be on the front foot again. Jansson, Janelt & Norgaard all looked tired, so I'd do with:

Lossl

Ajer MBS Pinnock

Roerslev Jensen Bidstrup Ghoddos Henry

Toney Mbeumo

Subs: Fernandez, Stevens, Jansson, Canos, Norgaard, Bapstiste, Janelt, Wissa, Forss

Bit early to be that smashed mate , fair play :sorted:
 

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I think the player rotation helped against Man U - we looked fresher and created more. Happy to see more of the same.

Against Wolves I think we need to be on the front foot again. Jansson, Janelt & Norgaard all looked tired, so I'd do with:

Lossl

Ajer MBS Pinnock

Roerslev Jensen Bidstrup Ghoddos Henry

Toney Mbeumo

Subs: Fernandez, Stevens, Jansson, Canos, Norgaard, Bapstiste, Janelt, Wissa, Forss
I think with a midfield with no "enforcer" like Norgaard or Janelt we'd play exactly into Wolves' hands. Coming up against Moutinho and Neves we need someone who'll smash into them a few times and let them know we're not going to let them play how they want
 

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Lossl
Henry, Pinnock, Jansson, Ajer
Norgaard, Janelt, Jensen
Mbuemo, Toney, Wissa


Now he has dropped Fernandez he has to stick with Lossl, I would change formation as we have become very predictable IMO.
Ajer could be a good option at right back in a back 4. Jensen played well, despite missing 3 sitters, he was getting into some good goal scoring positions, so deserves to keep his place.
 

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Ajer MBS Pinnock
Roerslev Baptiste Norgaard Jensen Henry
Mbeumo Toney
 

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In interviews Frank mentioned that Wissa was in full flow and he was going to change to properly change to 4-3-3 before his injury. Now he is back we aren't doing 4-3-3 until late in the game...

Lossl has to stay in goal, he wasn't at fault for any of the goals and kicking was fine/good.
Toney was better last night and it was nice to see a midfielder get up and support.

Pinnock is being sacrificed out on the RCB spot, so Ajer in. Keep MBS LCB. Pontus is on his last chance before a 'rest'.
 

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Whatever formation need the same intensity in the first half. It's all good going toe to toe with Man U but at home to Wolves despite their good form we need at least a point from this. And not another Brighton or Southampton performance. I'd rather get hammered by Man U and pick points up against Wolves.
 

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Lossl
Ajer ..Mads Bech.. Pinnock
Roselev .....Jensen Norgaard Janelt..... Rico
Bryan Wissa

Bench; Fernandez, Toney, Canos, Baptiste, Pontus, Bidstrup
 

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When you watch our games we often up end up with the front 2 isolated and when we are being pushed back it’s like watching 8+2 or 7+3. I also think that we need more width as well.

Think Janson needs a rest. Poor last night. I also think Norgaard looks shot. So more support in the CDM role. So…4-2-3-1 for me.

Lossi

Roserlev
Ajer
Pinnock (very harsh on Sorensen)
Henry

Norgaard
Janelt

Wissa
Mbeumo
Canos

Toney
I like this except Sorensen for Henry, Henry for Wissa
 

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In interviews Frank mentioned that Wissa was in full flow and he was going to change to properly change to 4-3-3 before his injury. Now he is back we aren't doing 4-3-3 until late in the game...

Lossl has to stay in goal, he wasn't at fault for any of the goals and kicking was fine/good.
Toney was better last night and it was nice to see a midfielder get up and support.

Pinnock is being sacrificed out on the RCB spot, so Ajer in. Keep MBS LCB. Pontus is on his last chance before a 'rest'.
I don’t think we have ever gone 4-3-3

It’s 3-4-3 you are thinking of.
 

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My guess same team apart from Henry for Canos. Can't see any other changes. Unless he brings Ajer in for someone...
 

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I think Lossl has to keep his place; you can't keep changing your goalkeeper every other game.
Ajer has to come back in, he's probably our best defender and is excellent at carrying the ball out from the back.
Henry to return at LB assuming he's now fit for 90 minutes.
Jensen did more than enough to keep his place in the starting XI.
 

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Think he’s been the most difficult player Rico has faced this season, most of that was down Traore’s pace
If the player had a end product would be lethal but he has like 3-5 goals in 60 plus apps. If I was Wolves I'd cash in
 

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Can't see many changes, Henry and Ajer most likely to come in, depending on their fitness levels.

I expect it will be

Lossl
Ajer Jansson Pinnock
Roerslev Jensen Norgaard Janelt Henry
Mbeumo Toney

Harsh on MBS but I can't fit him in...
 

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It's hard to leave your captain out, and I don't think we will, but honestly feel our best back three now is Ajer, Pinnock, Bech
 
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