We travel to Molineux Stadium in search of the green in the match that will face Wolves against millionaire Newcastle in the fourth round of the Premier League next Sunday, August 28, at 15:00. (Spanish peninsular time).
⁃ Really worrying start to the season. After three games played, Wolves are second to last with only 1 point after two defeats (Ledds 2-1 and Tottenham 1-0) and a 0-0 draw against Fulham, the latter at home.
It should be noted that at home, they are not showing a good dynamic since in their last four competitive matches, they have not won any of them after two defeats and two draws.
⁃ So far in the championship he averages 0.33 goals for and 1 against.
⁃ Possible starting eleven: José Sa; Jonny, Collins, Kilman, Ait-Nouri; Nunes, Neves, Moutinho; Neto, Jimenez and Guedes.
⁃ Billionaire Newcastle wants to make a leap in quality. The start of the 2022/23 season has not been bad after one win (2-0 against Nottingham Forest) and two draws (0-0 against Brighton away and 3-3 against defending champions Manchester City).
We will highlight the last 3-3 draw against Guardiola’s team, where a great individual and collective level of Eddie Howe’s men could be appreciated. In fact, we witnessed a truly great game in which they even went 3-1 ahead on the scoreboard, only an unfortunate goal in the final minutes prevented them from taking the outstanding victory.
⁃ So far in the championship, averages 1.66 goals for and 1 against.
⁃ Possible starting eleven: Pope; Trippier, Schar, Botman, Burn; Willock, Guimaraes, Joelinton; Almiron, Wood and Saint-Maximin.
⁃ In terms of head-to-head meetings between the two, they have met 102 times to date where Wolves recorded 42 wins to Newcastle United’s 33, the rest resulted in 27 draws.
⁃ The last five matches at Molineux Stadium ended with three draws and one win apiece.
Considering the scenario presented and the sensations that Newcastle is leaving our prediction is their victory covering us with the draw, which in case of a draw, would return us the investment.
Responsibility and head for the always external factors that we cannot control.