With Wolves and Crystal Palace almost certain to remain in the top flight this season, this clash should entertain as a midtable scrap. The visitors are 3 points ahead of the hosts and in a rich vein of form with 3 wins and a draw in Hodgson’s first 4 games back in charge.
Backing a winning bet builder always requires a bit of thought and research. That’s where my stats packs come in. They breakdown the stats for both teams and players from throughout the campaign. You can use the data to inspire your selections from practically any market, especially with some added help from my Stats Pack Guide.
Player shots and shots on target
Player goals and assists
Wolves cards and Fouls
Crystal Palace cards and fouls
My Bet Builder Picks of the Pack
Taking a scroll through the stats I’ve come up with my bet builder. Feel free to back it as one bet, or add and remove whichever selections you fancy.
Wolves vs Crystal Palace
Eberechi Eze averages 0.82 shots on target from 2.23 shots p/90 this season.
But he has had 1 or more shots on target in each of his last 5 appearances.
SOT in last 5 games: 1, 2, 1,3, 1
That’s a 100% hit rate under Roy Hodgson at a rate of 1.75 shots on target p/90.
Wolves games average 2.22 goals per game.
Crystal Palace games also average 2.22 goals per game.
Over 1.5 Goals has returned in 5 of Wolves’ last 6, and 11 of Lopetegui’s 16 PL games in charge.
Despite the 0-0 draw last time out against a Sean Dyche resilient Everton side, Palace have scored 7 times in their last 4 games.
Wolves average 2.34 cards for, and a match total of 4.31 cards per game.
Palace average 2.34 cards for, and a match total of 4.50 cards per game.
Referee Robert Jones averages 3.95 cards per game in the Premier League this season.
Toti Gomes average 1.56 fouls p/90 and has been in the book 4 times in just 11 appearances.
Up against Michael Olise who attempts 4.72 take-ons p/90 and draws 2.11 fouls p/90.
The left back committed 4 fouls last time out against Leicester.