Wolves vs Fulham – Europa League : Wolves and Fulham face off this Friday night…
In another match of the 16th round of the Championship.
Wolves goes into this 16th round as leaders of the Championship having 32 points gained, and a record of 10 wins, 2 draws and 3 losses.
They also have the best attack of the competition with 27 goals scored and the 5th best defence with just 15 goals conceded.
As hosts, the leaders achieved 16 out of 21 possible points and have 3 consecutive wins.
On this team we have some quality youngsters on the spotlight such as Diogo Jota, Rúben Neves, Ivan Cavaleiro, Hélder Costa, Boly, Rúben Vinagre and Leo Bonatini,
with the former Estoril striker being the top scorer of the league with 9 goals scored so far.
The manager Nuno Espírito Santo has been making an excellent job and recently was even pointed towards being the new Everton manager,
a situation that he has already cleared up stating that he has committed himself with Wolves and that there’s nothing more important for him than this match against Wolves.
Therefore, they are fully focused on this Friday’s match.
Fulham is in 16th place of this English second tier with 19 points gained. After 15 rounds played, Fulham has 4 wins, 7 draws and 4 losses, having a goal record of 18 goals scored and 17 goals conceded.
The moment of form they are going through isn’t the more positive, since they only got 2 points out of the last 12 possible.
For the trip to Wolves, manager Jokanovic won’t be able to count with his starting striker Kamara, who was sent-off on the last round.
I should also mention that on the previous rounds they faced two teams from the Championship’s top 5 (Aston Villa and Bristol City), having been defeated in both matches.
Wolves vs Fulham – Betting Tip and Prediction:
The leader condition suits Nuno Espírito Santo’s team perfectly, and despite not having any accessible opponents on this competitive league,
Wolves, this Friday, playing in front of their fans, will have every condition to get another 3 points against a Fulham who is going through a less positive streak of results.