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Wolves vs Bournemouth: Preview, Prediction & Betting Tips

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          Wolves vs Bournemouth: Preview, Prediction & Betting Tips

          Bournemouth make the trip to the Molineux to take on Wolves in the Premier League this Wednesday. Both sides will be looking for a three point haul as they eye a top half finish this season.

          • Wolves to win @ 2.50 on SBK
          • Over 2.5 goals @ ⅗ on CopyBet
          • Both teams to score @ 8/15 on BetUK

          These odds are correct at the time of publication and are subject to change.

          Date: 24/04/2024

          Kick off time: 19:45

          Location: Molineux Stadium

          The mid table has gotten tight, but the gap between tenth and 13th two points. Both Wolves and Bournemouth with a win could make big in-roads into their quest for the finish in the top half of the table.

          Wolves currently sit 11th in the Premier League after 33 games. Wolves have 12 wins, seven draws and 14 losses, leaving them on 43 points, just one point from the top half of the table.

          Wolves have struggled somewhat in front of goal this season, scoring 46 goals in 33 games, an average of 1.39 goals a game. There have been struggles at the other end of the pitch as well, conceding 53 goals and keeping five clean sheets.

          Bournemouth sit just below Wolves in 13th in the Premier League. In 33 games, The Cherries have 11 wins, nine draws and 13 losses which leaves them on 42 points, just two points from the top half.

          The Cherries have also been inconsistent in front of goal, scoring 48 goals in 33 games which gives them an average of 1.45 goals a game. Bournemouth have also struggled defensively, conceding 60 goals and keeping seven clean sheets.

          Wolves and Bournemouth have met just 18 times in their histories, even with the first meeting coming all the way back in 1948. Nothing separates the two sides with Wolves and Bournemouth picking up seven wins, with the other four games ending in a draw.

          In the last five games in this fixture there have been three Wolves wins, one win for Bournemouth and one draw. This fixture doesn’t tend to see many goals, with two in the last five games having over two goals.

          Wolves to win @ 2.50 on SBK

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          Over 2.5 goals @ ⅗ on CopyBet

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          Both teams to score @ 8/15 on BetUK

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          Team News

          Wolves Team News

          Gary O’Neil will be missing Pedro Neto and Craig Dawson this weekend. However, Jean-Ricner Bellegarde, Nelson Semedo and Rayan Ait-Nouri can all return.

          Bournemouth Team News

          Andoni Iraola will be without Luis Sinisterra, Marcus Tavernier and Ryan Fredericks this weekend. However, Chris Mepham, Antoine Semenyo and Tyler Adams can all return for The Cherries.

          Recent Form

          In their last five games in all competitions, Wolves have two draws and three losses.

          The trip to Villa Park saw Wolves take on rivals Aston Villa. Wolves did have more of the possession, but a goal from Moussa Diaby gave Villa the lead at halftime. Ezri Konsa also scored just after the hour to secure the 2 - 0 win for Villa.

          Another away trip saw Wolves face relegation candidates Burnley. Jacob Bruun Larsen opened the scoring in the 37th minute but Ait-Nouri equalised for Wolves in the added time of the first half. However, Wolves had just two shots on target and couldn’t convert any more and had to settle for the 1 - 1 draw.

          Wolves took the lead against West Ham with Pablo Sarabia converting his penalty just after the 30 minute mark. With just 15 minutes to go, Lucas Paqueta converted his own penalty and James Ward-Prowse found the back of the net in the 84th minute to give West Ham the 2 - 1 win.

          Matheus Cunha put Wolves ahead in the 40th minute with his first goal, but Morgan Gibbs-White made it level at the halftime whistle with his goal in the first half added time. Danilo then put Nottingham Forest ahead with hsi goal just before the hour mark, but a goal from Cunha just five minutes later rescued a 2 - 2 draw for Wolves.

          The last time out for Wolves was against Arsenal. Leandro Trossard gave Arsenal the lead on the stroke of halftime and Martin Odegaard added another in the 95th minute to give Arsenal the 2 - 0 win, with Wolves having just five shots.

          In their last five games in all competitions, Bournemouth have two wins, one draw and two losses.

          Dominic Solanke opened the scoring for Bournemouth just after the hour mark to give them the lead over Everton. Beto thought he had rescued a point for The Toffees with his goal in the 87th minute but an own goal from Seamus Coleman in the 91st minute gave Bournemouth the 2 - 1 win.

          Another win for Bournemouth came against Crystal Palace. The Eagles were restricted to just two shots on target as Justin Kluivert scored the only goal of the game in the 79th minute to give The Cherries the 1 - 0 win.

          The trip to Kenilworth Road saw Tavernier open the scoring for Bournemouth early in the second half. However, with 20 minutes to go, Jordan Clark equalised for The Hatters and in the last minute of normal time Carlton Morris popped up with a goal to give Luton the 2 - 1 win.

          Bournemouth hosted Manchester United the next time out. Solanke gave The Cherries the lead just after the 15 minute mark but Bruno Fernandes equalised in the 30th minute. Kluivert regained the lead for Bournemouth before the halftime whistle but a penalty from Fernandes in the second half rescued a 2 - 2 draw for United.

          The most recent outing for Bournemouth was against Aston Villa. A penalty from Solanke gave Bournemouth the lead at the 30 minute mark but Morgan Rogers equalised for Villa before halftime. In the second half, Moussa Diaby and Leon Bailey both scored to give Villa the 3 - 1 win.

          Footy Accumulators Prediction

          Though the two sides are not separated by much, Wolves are still likely to come out on top. However, Bournemouth will look to make it a tough call, with both sides on the scoresheet. Wolves 2 - 1 Bournemouth.

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          Where to watch

          Wolves vs Bournemouth will not be shown on TV in the U.K. but the game can be followed via radio on BBC Five Live or TalkSport.