Wolves vs Crystal Palace Premier League Betting Stats

There are six Premier League games taking place at 3 pm BST on Saturday, May 11, one of which sees Wolves play host to Crystal Palace.

Wolves go into the clash as 9/5 underdogs to pick up a win at the Molineux Stadium, while Crystal Palace can be backed at 29/20 to come away with three points.

Ahead of the fixture, neither side has a lot left to play for this term, but both remain in with a chance of ending 2023/24 in the top half of the Premier League.


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Wolves vs Crystal Palace

Wolves looked likely to challenge for a European place earlier in 2023/24 but their form this calendar year has fallen off a cliff and they have won just one in five - being hammered 5-1 by Manchester City last Saturday.

In turn, Wolves are only really fighting for a top-10 finish heading into the final two game weeks, sitting two points off 10th-place Bournemouth currently.

Premier League Top Half Finish: Current Standings

  • 9th - West Ham Pld 36 - Pts 49
  • 10th - Bournemouth Pld 36 - Pts 48
  • 11th - Brighton Pld 35 - Pts 47
  • 12th - Wolves Pld 36 - Pts 46
  • 13th - Fulham Pld 36 - Pts 44
  • 14th - Crystal Palace Pld 36 - Pts 43
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Wolves to finish in Top Half

Wolves Premier League finish odds

As for Crystal Palace, they are one of the league’s in-form sides as the campaign comes to a close with only Manchester City (five wins in five) boasting a better recent record than the Eagles (four wins and one draw in five).

The resurgence under Oliver Glasner comes too late for it to mean much this season, however, with Palace, like Wolves, only really fighting with an outside hope of finishing 10th.

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Crystal Palace to finish in Top Half

Crystal Palace Premier League finish odds

Wolves vs Crystal Palace betting stats

Here are some key Wolves and Crystal Palace stats to keep in mind as you prepare to make your selections ahead of the game:

  • No side has conceded more penalty goals than Wolves in the Premier League this season (8). Only in 2021/22 (9) have they conceded more from the spot in a single campaign in the competition.
  • In his last 13 Premier League starts for Crystal Palace, Michael Olise has been involved in 14 goals (9 goals, 5 assists), scoring in five of his last seven starts in the competition.
  • Half of Eberechi Eze’s goals (six) for Crystal Palace this season have come on the road.
  • Since Oliver Glasner’s first Premier League game in charge of Crystal Palace (24th February), only Cole Palmer (11) and Alexander Isak (10) have scored more goals in the competition than Jean-Philippe Mateta (9).
  • Seven of the last nine meetings between Crystal Palance and Wolves have not seen both teams score.
  • Crystal Palace have won five of their previous six meetings with Wolves (three by a one-goal margin).

Wolves vs Crystal Palace Top Tip

  • Hee-chan Hwang has scored 12 Premier League goals for Wolves this season. There have been just two times a player has scored more for the club in a campaign - Raul Jimenez in 2018/19 (13) and Jimenez again in 2019/20 (17).
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Hee-chan Hwang anytime goalscorer

Wolves vs Crystal Palace

Today’s Football Tips

There is no Premier League action today, but there is a key League Two play-off game set to take place, as Doncaster face off with Crewe.

Crewe travel away from home to take on Doncaster, and we’ve got it covered with our bet builder of the day article, while for those of you looking to place an acca, we have our acca of the day lined up and ready to go.

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