As the English Premier League proceeds to the 7th round of the tournament, Molineux Stadium will be set ablaze on Friday, 30th October 2020. Wolverhampton w Wanderers will be locking horns with Crystal Palace on their ground. The match between the two sides will be kicking off by immediately 20:00 GMT.
The visiting team who sit in the 7th position in the tournament table with 10 points after defeating Fulham at home on Saturday, 24th October, is looking forward to meeting Wolverhampton Wanderers. They followed them on the same table with the same points after playing a stalemate with Newcastle United on Sunday, 25th October.
In the challenging game between Wolverhampton Wanderers and Newcastle United, we can see that the game ended in a 1-1 stalemate between them.
In the match, Wolverhampton Wanderers pressed their opponent with 63% with 16 shots of the target, out of which three were on target. Raúl Jiménez was the goal opener of the match who scored for The Wolves in the 80th Minute of the game before an equalizer from Jacob Murphy of Newcastle United 9 minutes after.
On their other hand, Crystal Palace locked horns with Fulham, which led to a shameful loss for Fulham as they were defeated by Crystal Palace, playing two against 1. In the match 90 minutes game between the two sides, Crystal Palace managed 35% ball possession with 14 shots on goal, out of which ten were on target. Jaïro Riedewald and Wilfried Zaha were the scorers for Crystal Palace on their 6th and 63rd Minute of the game.
According to the two teams’ head-to-head statistics from October 2012 to date, Wolverhampton Wanderers has won 2 matches, drawn one, and lost three matches to Crystal Palace.
In their last meeting in July 2020, history made it known that Wolverhampton Wanderers hosted and defeated Crystal Palace on their ground, playing two goals without reply from Crystal Palace.
Looking at their form guide, we can see that The Wolves have won 3 matches, drawn one and lost three matches in their last six matches, while Crystal Palace, on the other hand, has won 2 matches, drawn two and lost two matches in their last six matches as well.
Looking at Nuno Espírito Santo’s squad to face The Eagles on Friday, we can see that almost all his men are up for selection, except Jonny, who will be missing out for Knees injury.
As for Roy Hodgson, he will be coming in contact with The Wolves with an injury-free squad.
Looking at the statistics above, we think Wolverhampton Wanderers is likely to gain three more points against The Eagles on Friday, playing one without a reply from Crystal Palace.
We predict a match odd of 1.95 for Wolves to defeat their opponent, 4.47 for Crystal Palace to win, and 3.32 for a stalemate between the two sides.