Wolverhampton Wanderers predictions with latest odds and stats
- Number of Bets: 31
- Winning Bets: 10
- Average Odds: 2.12
- Overall Stake : 221
- Profit: 124.75
- Yield: -43.55 %
Wolverhampton betting (2020 updated)
Based on the previous 2 seasons, the Premier League may have found a new force to be reckoned with. Coached by Nuno Espírito Santo and backed by a Chinese investment group, the Wolves meteorically rose from a mediocre Championship club into one of England’s most successful squads. They ended up 7th for the past 2 seasons – a marked improvement compared to the 15th Championship placement in 2016/17. It’s not often that we see a freshly promoted team perform so convincingly. The fact that they made it to the quarter-finals of the 2019/20 Europa League is just icing on the cake.
Though they didn’t move up on the table between 2019/19 and 2019/20, we were still treated to the fruits of Santo’s systematic labour. Their overall score was better, and they only lost 6th due to goal difference. In terms of Premier League betting odds, 4.50 odds for a Top 6 Finish sounds like a valuable wager. As long as the Wanderers keep up the momentum we’ve seen so far, the sky is the limit.
Wolverhampton Key Players
Wolverhampton’s impressive campaign put a lot of players under the spotlight. Raul Jimenez stands out as one of the most impressive individual players of the Premier League with a PPG score second only to Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah. Right at his side is Adama Traoré, a master dribbler with what has been described as a “killer pass.”
On the other side of the pitch, the Wolves house stalwart backs such as Conor Coady and Willy Boly, whose injury last season showcased just how important he is to the team. In 2020/21, they’ll be reinforced by Barcelona’s Nélson Semedo at right-back.
Other arrivals also include Fábio Silva, a Portuguese prodigy who achieved incredible renown with Porto at just 18. That said, the absence of Diogo Jota on the left win is sure to be noticed after his departure to Liverpool.
With only 11 miles between them, Wolverhampton Wanderers and West Bromwich Albion have historically developed one of the most anticipated matches in the Midlands – the Black Country Derby. Both of these clubs are considered the founding members of the Football League and their long-standings rivalry deserves every bit of respect.
In addition, Wolves also share rivalries with other Birmingham-based football clubs – Aston Villa and Birmingham City. Last year, Wolves were the sole representatives of Midlands in the top tier of English football. Fortunately for their fans – and the overall football community – Aston Villa’s return to the Premier League will once again push these matches under to spotlight.
It’s almost a pattern in the English football culture and Wolves are just another club in a line to begin their existence under a different name. Formerly called St Luke’s FC, the Wolves began their football journey in 1877. The three-time English League champions in the 1950s, Wolves are making their big mark after nearly 40 years, which was when they last appeared in European competitions.
Current progress is a direct result of the 2016 takeover by Chinese investors, who splashed a lot of cash in bringing new players to the club. Having teamed up with the world famous football agent Jorge Mendes, Wolves provided their supporters with an opportunity to enjoy the artistry produced by players whose quality (almost) exceeds reputation of the club from Molineux.
Wolverhampton Wanderers results
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