Date: 23rd June 2020 at 6:47am
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Written by blandford_cherry

Quick turnaround, between Saturday night’s match against Crystal Palace and Wednesday evening’s game against Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Changes need to be made not just to personnel but to the formation.

Aaron Ramsdale

Adam Smith
Nathan Ake
Steve Cook
Chris Mepham
Diego Rico

Jefferson Lerma
Dan Gosling
Lewis Cook

Danjuma/David Brooks
Callum Wilson

Rico and Smith as wing-backs, Danjuma or Brooks behind Wilson. Assuming Billing and King are injured and Brooks may not be able to start.

Wolves v AFCB

Wolves Win

Wolves Win

Draw

Draw

AFCB Win

AFCB Win

BoscombeCherry added…

With that in mind I’d go with this:

Rambo

Rico (against Traore, that could be painful but prefer a left-back over there)
Ake
Cookie
Smith

L Cook (deep-lying role helping to turn the ball over quicker)

Jeff
Billing

Danjuma
Wilson
Brooks

H Wilson proved to me again why he’s not got a right to start for us Saturday. Yes, he’s capable of brilliance, but he was completely anonymous and this has been the case too often.

Your say…

NWCherries98 wrote…

Ramsdale

Stacey
Cook
Ake
Rico

Lerma
Billing
L. Cook

Danjuma
Wilson
Brooks

This won’t happen though, Eddie Howe clearly doesn’t rate Rico for whatever reason. I’d also like to see Surridge come on before Solanke. Surridge has scored 20x the senior goals Solanke has.

Problem players vs Palace for me were both Wilson’s, King, Smith, S. Cook. Refresh is needed, especially for such a quick turnaround. Would rather put King up top and bench Wilson but he’s injured now. – Join the conversation, click here.

 
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One Reply to “AFCB XI against Wolverhampton Wanderers – Who should Howe call upon?”

  • I look at what team is & make quick decision as to the result. I think when you play a player that are not up to speed in attack or defence especially in midfield it opens you up for a quick break by the opposition. Therefore Gosling is in this bracket, he is slow in attack & very slow in defence. I don’t think we play together in midfield there is nobody barking orders to the players . We need a midfield general commanding the players. The same applies in defence you rarely hear or see a player taking control, if a midfield player is running back the defenders should be directing him where to go.

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