McCarthy confirms unchanged Wolves side

Wolves boss Mick McCarthy took the unusual step of naming an unchanged side in advance of Saturday’s home Barclays Premier League clash with leaders Chelsea.

McCarthy is to keep faith with the players who earned Wolves a 1-0 win against Tottenham at Molineux to lift them out of the Barclays Premier League bottom three.

But he will have to make an alteration amongst the substitutes as on-loan Blues utility man Michael Mancienne is ineligible to face his parent club. Holding midfielder Segundo Castillo and striker Stefan Maierhofer will come into the equation for a place on the bench.

Team: Hahnemann, Zubar, Craddock, Berra, Ward, Foley, Henry, Guedioura, Jones, Jarvis, Doyle. Substitutes (from): Elokobi, Milijas, Hennessey, Vokes, Ebanks-Blake, Mujangi, Maierhofer, Castillo.

More in this Section

Queensland Reds snap seven-year losing streak as rugby returns in AustraliaQueensland Reds snap seven-year losing streak as rugby returns in Australia

Connacht sign Alex Wootton from Munster on season-long loanConnacht sign Alex Wootton from Munster on season-long loan

Jose Mourinho on Spurs defeat: 'I now know more about the profile of my players'Jose Mourinho on Spurs defeat: 'I now know more about the profile of my players'

The sky is the limit for Mason Greenwood – Ole Gunnar SolskjaerThe sky is the limit for Mason Greenwood – Ole Gunnar Solskjaer


Lifestyle

Ciara McDonnell chats with four women who’ve decided to embrace their natural hair colour after time away from the salonBack to my roots: Four women who've decided to embrace their natural hair colour

Eve Kelliher makes the French connection by visiting Les Jardins d’Étretat.So is this the garden of the future?

Connacht, perhaps more than anywhere else on our island, is the quintessential Ireland of postcards and tourist brochures.Staycations 2020: Create your own memories with the glories of Connacht

Des O'Driscoll has your telly picks for tonight.Friday's TV Highlights: Love/Hate and John Wick mean an action packed night on the telly

More From The Irish Examiner