Wolves vs Brentford

SAT 18 SEP 2021 – KO 12:30


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On Saturday afternoon, Wolves and Brentford go head-to-head at Molineux in the Premier League, with the hosts looking to kick on from their first win of the season. 


Wolves finally got their first win of the season in their most recent game. They went away Watford and won 2-0, with new signing Hwang Hee-Chan getting his first goal for his new club. Wolves probably should have won by more given the chances they missed!

The 20/21 season was a disappointing one for Wolves as they finished 13th. They really struggled with the injury to Jiminez and scoring goals. Jiminez is back now which is a huge bonus for Wolves, who with a new manager, will be looking for a better season.

Wolves seem to be set now in playing a 343 formation, which provides them more stability at the back. It seem’s to be working, with them not conceding more than one this season. Traore has started the season well and getting him involved as much as possible appears to be their game plan at the moment.


Despite picking up their first loss of the season last weekend, the Premier League newcomers will be fairly pleased with their start to the season. Brighton beat them 1-0 but they were unlucky not to get something from the game, creating some good chances.

Brentford are currently 10th in the table, with just one loss from four. Keeping up this form is going to be tough but would certainly keep them in the league. Games against sides near the bottom half of the table are going to be the ones they need to get points from.

Ivan Toney was Brentford’s star man last season and despite scoring just one this season, he is still looking like their most dangerous player. Against Wolves a point is not a bad result as its a tough place to go.

Team News

Wolves have three players out for Saturday’s game. Bueno, Neto, and Jonny are all injured.

Sorensen and Dasilva are the only two players missing out for Brentford.

Match Prediction

Despite Brentford having the better start to the season we are backing Wolves. They looked very good in their previous game fancy them to carry this on.

Odds 10/11


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In the 2020/21 Premier League, Wolves were involved in games that ended Over 2.5 goals 42% of the time. 47% of the time, Wolves games ended over BTTS YES.

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