English Premier League side Wolverhampton Wanderers travel to Cardiff City on Friday night in the Premier League and are in urgent need of a reaction.

NunoEspirito Santo’s side turned in their most terrible display of the season so far in a 2-0 home annihilation againstHuddersfield Townover the weekend and everyone’s eyes will be set to see how they bounce back.

The West Midlands clubremain in eleventh place on the English Premier League table, but have only one point from their last five matches.

Head coachNuno must be show bravery and heart for the trip to Cardiff City and consider a couple of changes to the starting lineup following some shockingperformances against Huddersfield Town last time out.

The midfield duo of Ruben Neves and Joao Moutinho were both well off the pace, as neither figured out how to take control of the game as usual in the centre of the park against lesser opposition on paper.

However, Morgan Gibbs-White made a much more positive impact coming off the bench in the second period and will feel he has done enough to be handed a rare start against Cardiff.

The 18-year-old demonstrated a genuine willingness in possession to at the very least try to make things happen and has an extraordinary eye for a long pass forward.

His performances coming off the bench have been a delight to watch this season and his starts so far have come in the Carabao Cup.

Be that as it may, the Wolves dazzler is a sparkling light in midfield when included and the Cardiff clash could be the ideal time for Nuno to reward him with a start.

Gibbs-White is naturally going to have to play second fiddle to Neves and Moutinho for the major parts of the season, but that ought not be the casefor the next fixture based on current form.

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