BETTING & MATCH PREDICTION
On Saturday afternoon, Wolves and Newcastle go head-to-head at Molineux in the Premier League, with the visitors still looking for that first win of the season.
Wolves picked up a good win away from home in their last game. They beat Southampton 1-0, with Raul Jiminez getting his first goal since his terrible head injury at Arsenal last season. It was a good performance from Wolves who will be looking to move up the table now.
The 20/21 season was a disappointing one for Wolves as they finished 13th. Scoring goals was their biggest issue and they will be hoping now that Jiminez and Hwang can really form a partnership. They are three points above the bottom three as it stands and will expect to increase this a lot throughout the year.
Under the new manager, Wolves are playing 343. This appears to be making them much harder to score past, having conceded just five goals so far. If they can get goals back into this team they should have a much better season and will fancy their chances this weekend to make it two wins in tow against Newcastle.
Times are tough for Newcastle and Steve Bruce. Pressure is on both of them as they still look for their first win on the season. They drew 1-1 with Watford at the weekend and should have won the game with the number of chances they had!
Bruce’s side are currently sat in 17th place in the Premier League, with three points. Fans are calling for the manager to leave, but the fact they didn’t win in the last game isn’t down to him but poor decisions from the players.
Against Wolves, Newcastle really needs a response. In the last game, they created a lot of good chances and played well. A repeat of this performance, plus an improvement in front of goal is their best chance of winning and taking the pressure off for a short while!
Wolves have three players out for Saturday’s game. Ait Nouri, Neto, and Jonny are all injured.
Dummett, Dubravka, Shelvey, Wilson and Lascelles are all missing this weekend game for Newcastle.
Wolves look to have finally found their form under the new manager. We fancy them as the home team to get three points against a winless opposition.
PREDICTION – HOME WIN
FREE BET BUNDLE
*18+. UK Customers (Excluding NI) only. Cash stakes only. Min £10 stake required for initial £5 free bet. Min odds ½. Max £25 in free bets. Subsequent free bets equal 50% average of each 3 qualifying bets. 13 bets required to receive full £25 free bet. Qualifying bet must be placed within 30 days of opening account. Cashed out bets will not qualify towards your average stake. One free bet offer per customer, household or IP address only. Free bet expires after 7 days. Payment method restrictions apply. T&Cs apply 18+. begambleaware.org. #ad.
Odds correct at time of publication – please check with your bookmaker before placing a bet as fluctuations can occur.
You can find statistics on Wolves for various bet types. Interested in betting on Wolves in the BTTS market? You can also get current stats on Wolves leading goalscorers. Football fans who like betting in the Under/Over 2.5 market should check out the latest statistics from all the major football leagues. Those looking for more goals should try the Over 4.5 goals page.
LONG TERM TRENDS
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.
|No streaks for Wolves|