Match Preview: Wolverhampton Wanders vs Macclesfield U19 C

Macclesfield Town ‘C’ will be looking to capitalise on an unsteady Wolverhampton Wanderers ‘A’ side, this comes after the midlands team were beaten 5-0 away at Derby County ‘B’ in their maiden game of the season.

After a disappointing loss in the league, Macclesfield Town ‘C’ will be looking to pick up some form in the Cup as they take on Wolverhampton Wanderers ‘A’.

Macclesfield Town ‘C’ will be looking to capitalise on an unsteady Wolverhampton Wanderers ‘A’ side, this comes after the midlands team were beaten 5-0 away at Derby County ‘B’ in their maiden game of the season.

The Silksmen will be looking to get their first taste of victory this season, as they travel to the West Midlands to play Wolverhampton Wanderers ‘A’ in the Cup. Both teams are part of the competitive Group F in the Cup, boasting teams such as Aston Villa ‘B’ and Derby County ‘B’. The cup will be a good opportunity for The Macc ‘B’ side to find a rhythm and play around with the team to see what works best. Macclesfield ‘C’ manager Oli Kendrick said:

“A win for the boys would be great, they need time to gel together and find that right chemistry. We have some quality players and hopefully we can show Wolves what we’re made of.”

The Wolves side have had a mixed start to their season, with a 5-0 opening day loss and a 6-1 win. They will be looking to steady their season and their defence.

Wolverhampton Wanderers ‘A’ hail form the Wolverhampton City College and are part of the Wolverhampton Wanderers Foundation. Alongside football students partake in BTEC Level 2 or 3, allowing them to further their career in sport. More importantly it allows these students to learn, train and play the ‘Wolves Way’.

Macclesfield Town ‘C’ manager Oli Kendrick also had praise for the Wolves side.

He said: “Wolves really turned things around after their opening defeat, they looked like a completely different team. The Wolves programme is great, and they know how to put a team together. It’s a tough group full of talent, but we really think we can contend and progress.”

Kick-off is at 1pm.

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