Wolves and Palace are hard to split at this point of the campaign, but Friday will see them renew rivalry yet in the Premier League.
Premier League 2020/21
Date: Friday October, 30th
Kick-off: 20:00 pm
Wolves will hope to make the most of their home advantage here, after failing to pick maximum points the last time they faced Newcastle.
The hosts were denied a third successive league win on Sunday after Jacob Murphy’s late equaliser here, but Nuno Espirito Santo will be pleased with his side regardless, having overseen a three-match unbeaten run, taking seven points in the process.
Crystal Palace, meanwhile, come here off the back of an important 2-1 victory at Fulham last weekend.
Jairo Riedewald and Wilfried Zaha
scored the goals for the Eagles, who currently occupy eighth spot in the table with 10 points to show from their first six games, and are just above Wolves on goal difference.
This promises to be an interesting affair and could leave us with a number of potential outcomes on the betting.
Jonny Castro currently on the sidelines remains the only injury worry for the hosts.
Jordan Ayew will be assessed after missing the last two league games following a positive covid test, but Jack Butland will have to wait a little longer to make his first appearance for Crystal Palace having tested positive for the virus.
Connor Wickham, Nathan Ferguson, Wayne Hennessey and Gary Cahill all miss the trip to Molineux.
There have been under 2.5 goals scored in 13 of Wolves’s last 16 Premier League games.
There have been over 2.5 goals scored in Crystal Palace’s last 3 away league games.
Wolves last five competitive games: LLWWD
Palace last five competitive games: WLLDW
A tight game is expected at Molineux but we still feel the hosts can nick it, as they so almost did against Newcastle. We will not want to take chances though, and will rather oppose the goals here. Under 2.5 goals is 5/1 for our tips.