Fulham vs Wolves Match Analysis & Prediction
27/11/2023 11:00 pm
Fulham and Wolverhampton Wanderers close gameweek 13 of the Premier League season when they meet at Craven Cottage on Monday night.
Marco Silva’s side suffered a 3-1 defeat to Aston Villa before the international break, while Wolves snatched victory from the jaws of defeat in a 2-1 win over Tottenham Hotspur a fortnight ago.
The wildly inconsistent Fulham are slipping towards a perilous position in the table, as they occupy 15 place with 12 points to their name – although while sitting comfortably seven clear of Sheffield United in 18th spot – and the Cottagers now return to a ground where two of their three league wins have come this season.
Fulham have only managed a paltry 10 goals in the first 12 weeks of the season, although they have only lost back-to-back home games once since the start of the 2022-23 campaign.
Possessing all the motivation necessary to respond to their contentious defeat to Sheffield United on November 4, Wolves could hardly have wished for a better time to face a Tottenham side low on morale and playing personnel in the wake of their devastating defeat to Chelsea.
Gary O’Neil – no stranger to last-gasp wins over Tottenham following Bournemouth’s astonishing comeback success in April – could not help but sprint down the touchline in pure ecstacy as Wolves cemented a 12th-placed standing after 12 matches, and they visitors are within touching distance of a top-half spot.
Fulham vs. Wolves Head to head
In the 48 previous meetings between these two teams, Fulham have claimed 11 victories while Wolves have won 23, and they have drawn in 14. Wolves have scored 82 goals and conceded 56 in the process.
04/05/2019Wolverhampton Wanderers1Fulham0Premier League
04/10/2020Wolverhampton Wanderers1Fulham0Premier League
09/04/2021Fulham0Wolverhampton Wanderers1Premier League
13/08/2022Wolverhampton Wanderers0Fulham0Premier League
24/02/2023Fulham1Wolverhampton Wanderers1Premier League
Fulham Team News
Touch-tackling midfielder Joao Palhinha picked up his fifth league yellow card of the season against Aston Villa, ruling him out of this game through suspension.
Tom Cairney, Harrison Reed or Sasa Lukic will try to fill his boots on Monday, where Tosin Adarabioyo might be involved again following his groin problem.
Fulham's Last 5 Matches
23/10/2023Tottenham Hotspur2Fulham0Premier League
29/10/2023Brighton & Hove Albion1Fulham1Premier League
01/11/2023Ipswich Town1Fulham3League Cup
04/11/2023Fulham0Manchester United1Premier League
12/11/2023Aston Villa3Fulham1Premier League
Wolves Team News
O’Neil has confirmed that the reborn Pedro Neto will still need a little longer to fully recover from his thigh injury, while Craig Dawson will serve a one-game suspension due to his own totting-up of yellow cards.
Santiago Bueno is expected to reccover from an ankle problem and is primed to replace the banned Dawson for his first Premier League start.
Wolves's Last 5 Matches
08/10/2023Wolverhampton Wanderers1Aston Villa1Premier League
21/10/2023AFC Bournemouth1Wolverhampton Wanderers2Premier League
28/10/2023Wolverhampton Wanderers2Newcastle United2Premier League
04/11/2023Sheffield United2Wolverhampton Wanderers1Premier League
11/11/2023Wolverhampton Wanderers2Tottenham Hotspur1Premier League
Fulham vs. Wolves: Odds and Predictions
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