Wolves v Fulham Betting Preview | 3rd November

  • 3rd November 2017
Wolves v Fulham Betting Preview 3rd November

In our Wolves v Fulham betting preview we look at team news, potential line-ups, stats & facts, head to head, popular bets and more for Friday’s Championship fixture.

Wolves v Fulham Betting Preview

Date: 03/01/17

Time: 19:45

Venue: Molineux

Watch: Sky Sports

For me, Wolves have been far and away The Championship’s most impressive side this campaign. Of course, the extortionate spending helps, but Nuno has his side organised. They’ve won four of their last five at Molineux and are simply playing great stuff. Diego Jota is producing moments of brilliance in the final third, while Leo Bonatini is regularly being presented with an abundance of chances. Wolves are currently he tleague leaders and look good value for it.

During the second half of last campaign, there was little doubt that Fulham were the Championship’s in-form side. However, things have been more difficult for The Cottagers’ this time around. Sales of Scott Malone and Sone Aluko, Chris Martin returning from his loan spell, coupled with an injury to captain Tom Cairney have meant Slavisa Jokanovic’s side have really struggled to churn out results. They are persistent in their style of play, but that’s at time been costly for Fulham. They haven’t kept a clean sheet in any of their last ten. In fact, both sides have scored on nine of those ten occasions.

Bonatini is 17/10 to score anytime. He is Wolves’ top scorer and will spearhead their attack as the out-and-out striker. The Brazilian averages two shots inside the penalty area per league game at Molineux and one can’t help but feel he’ll get chances this Friday.

Team News

Fulham are without Sheyi Ojo, Lucas Piazon and Aboubakar Kamara.

Potential Wolves Starting XI: Ruddy; Roderick, Coady, Boly; Doherty, N’Diaye, Neves, Douglas; Cavaleiro, Jota; Bonatini

Potential Fulham XI: Button; Fredericks, Kalas, Ream, Sessegnon; Norwood, McDonald; Ayite, Cairney, Kebano; Fonte

Stats & Facts

  • Wolves have won four of their last five home games.
  • Fulham have not kept a clean sheet in ten matches.

Head To Head

  • Fulham have won none of their last five meetings with Wolves.

Betting Odds

Wolves 5/6, Draw 11/4, Fulham 16/5

Popular Bets

  • Wolves -0.75 @ 11/10
  • Leo Bonatini to score anytime @ 17/10