According to the Express and Star, Willy Boly could make his long awaited comeback for Wolverhampton Wanderers this weekend, when they welcome Preston North End to Molineux.
Boly has been struggling with a hamstring strain, which has kept him sidelined for the last seven weeks of Wolves’ campaign. The defender’s last appearance in old gold came against Brentford in the last weekend of August.
The 26-year-old missed all of September, but now the on-loan Porto star could be reintroduced this weekend, when Preston visit. Failing an appearance this weekend in the Sky Bet Championship, Nuno is expected to hand Boly a return next week in the Carabao Cup, when Wolves travel to the Etihad Stadium to face the in-form Manchester City in the fourth-round.
Boly will be returning to a Wolves squad in a strong position, with Nuno’s side recently moving to the top of the Championship table. A 2-0 victory over Aston Villa at Molineux moved Wolves ahead of Cardiff City, with goals from Diogo Jota and Leo Bonatini securing a vital three points against Steve Bruce’s side.
This weekend’s clash starts a busy week of action for Nuno’s side, with Man City waiting in the Carabao Cup fourth-round, before a trip to Loftus Road to face QPR.
Boly’s return will only add to the positivity at Molineux, with everything seemingly going Wolves’ way at this moment in time.
The 26-year-old will have a hard task breaking back into Wolves’ starting XI, but with a busy run of fixtures just around the corner, you would expect to see Nuno hand Boly his chance to shine.
In the long-term, you would expect to see Boly featuring regularly.
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