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Wolves secured a major 2-1 win over title-chasing Tottenham before the November break to move up to 12th in the Premier League.
Wolves had, as a result, lost just one of their last five league outings ahead of facing a Fulham team who had won just one in five. Despite this, Wolves fell to a shock 3-2 defeat before a less surprising 2-1 loss to Arsenal last weekend.
The Midlands outfit were quick to bounce back, though, securing a 1-0 win over Burnley on Tuesday. They return to action on Saturday vs a Nottingham Forest side who have lost four of their last five.
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Wolves Betting Odds
This is Wolves’ sixth successive season back in the Premier League and, given all the off-field issues, mainly financial, survival is their aim first and foremost this season.
Wolves to Avoid Relegation
Gary O’Neil comfortably guided Bournemouth to safety last season, and appears likely to achieve the same with Wolves, given that they’re priced at 1/9 to stay up and a whopping 11/2 to go down.
Wolves to Finish Top Half
Buoyant after their win over Manchester City, could Wolverhampton Wanderers be returning to the Premier League’s top ten?
Wolves enjoyed back-to-back seventh place finishes in 2019 and 2020, also coming tenth in 2022, but are priced at a whopping 8/1 to repeat this feat.
Wolves FA Cup Odds
Wolves are what you would consider to be a club primed for a good cup run, having been established in the Premier League for a number of years and generally safe from relegation.
Hope seriously they take the FA Cup this season depends on how well they have fared in the league by the time the third round comes round, but they are a club who knows what it takes to have a successful cup run having reached the semi-final in 2018/19.
Gary O’Neil is likely to prioritise the league this season and with a thin squad may not have the ability to rotate his squad and stay competitive.
Wolves are 50/1 to lift the FA Cup this season with Paddy Power.
Wolves Betting Tips and Predictions
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Wolves is a historic football club with a fascinating history dating back to 1877, gaining Football League status in 1888 and quickly establishing themselves as a competitive force in the late 19th century at Molineux Stadium.
Wolves enjoyed significant success in the early 20th century. They won the FA Cup for the first time in 1893 and repeated the feat in 1908. During the 1930s, under the management of Major Frank Buckley, Wolves became known for their attacking style and won three consecutive First Division titles from 1953 to 1955.
The 1950s marked the zenith of Wolves’ history. Under the legendary manager Stan Cullis, the club achieved remarkable success. They clinched two more league titles in 1957 and 1959 and reached the semi-finals of the European Cup in 1959-60, becoming the first English club to do so.
They struggled to maintain those highs in the years after as players like Steve Bull became club legends despite the club bouncing between the top two divisions of English football, before Sir Jack Hayward’s ownership and investment stabilised the club in the 1990s.
They hit the big time and began to establish themselves once more in the Premier League under the management of Nuno Espírito Santo, achieving promotion to the Premier League in 2018 after a six-year absence. They impressed with their style of play and secured a mid-table finish in their first season back in the top flight.
It came amidst an ownership takeover by Fosun International in 2016 which saw ‘Super Agent’ Jorge Mendes installed as a key figure at the club and an influex of Portuguese talent such as Joao Moutinho and Ruben Neves into the club, with the setup having huge success in the initial years.
Wolves’ resurgence continued as they qualified for the UEFA Europa League in the 2019-2020 season. They reached the quarter-finals, marking a significant milestone in the club’s recent history and garnering attention on the European stage.