Newly promoted against relegation candidate in the late Premier League kick-off on Sunday. Wolves started the season in blistering fashion with the early talk surrounding if they are the best team ever to have been promoted to the top flight. Bold comments so early in the season as they have found out over the last month. Nuno Espirito Santo has gone from September’s Premier League manager of the month to overseeing his team lose three and draw one in their last four. Their opponents have looked like a relegated team this season, however a win over Wolves will give them much needed confidence ahead of the festive period. Form Labs break down the action with their betting preview and tips for the game and if you are looking for more value then check out our massive selection of enhanced odds and accumulators for the weekend’s games from across Europe.
Wolves have been reasonably impressive since returning to the Premier League as they’re W4-D4-L4 from their opening 12 matches. Three of those defeats may have come from their last four winless matches, though they did play top-seven sides in Watford, Spurs and Arsenal over that spell, as well as the Seagulls at the Amex which is never an easy task. On the other hand, Huddersfield have endured a torrid time this season with their solitary victory coming against the only team below them in the table (Fulham) as they’ve lost three of five winless road trips.
Wolves Good Against Lower Table Opposition
Although the Wanderers have experienced a tough time in recent games against top opposition, they’ve won all four encounters with teams currently 13th or below in the table. They kept a clean sheet in all of these with three finishing 1-0 and the other 2-0. No team in the league has scored fewer than the Terriers’ six goals this term, as they’ve drawn a blank in half their 12 matches and failed to fire home more than once in any of them.
Wolves v Huddersfield Betting Tips
Another win to nil looks on the cards for Wolves, though it may well be another low scoring affair as eight of the visitors’ last 10 have seen fewer than three goals. Nuno’s men will be without wing-backs Jonny Castro and Matt Doherty and may miss some of the thrust from the wide areas, but Huddersfield have their own problems in defence with left-back Chris Lowe out, while centre-back Zanka is suspended and so we don’t expect either side to particularly benefit from player absentees.
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