Wolves head into the midway point of their Premier League (PL) campaign having accumulated fewer points after 17 matches than in each of their previous two seasons (W6, D4, L7). They’ve also conceded the opening goal in each of their previous seven matches in the competition. Interestingly though, since the start of the 2018/19 season, only Liverpool (45) and Manchester United (44) have won more points from losing positions (41).
Nuno Espírito Santo’s men have only lost two of their eight home PL matches so far (W3, D3, L2). Yet despite that fairly decent record, they’re usually slow to get going. They have led at HT in just one of their home PL fixtures so far (HT: W1, D5, L2) and have scored 77.78% of their home goals in the second half.
Everton’s defeat last time out in the PL was their only loss in six PL matches (W4, D1, L1), they’ve also won five on the road this season (W5, D1, L2), as many as in the whole of their last PL campaign (W5, D3, L11). Additionally, five of their previous seven goals scored on the road arrived before the break.
Each of the previous four H2H league meetings have produced over 2.5 goals, although the ‘Toffees’ have failed to score in three of their previous five visits to Molineux Stadium (W1, D3, L1). They have also picked up a yellow card before the 20th minute in each of their previous two matches there.
Both sides have had interesting runs this term and are both capable to beat any team on their day. Our tipsters believe it is a game that can go either way and you stake on Betpay with odds of 1.30.
Either team can win.