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        Match Result

        Wolverhampton Wanderers

        AFC Bournemouth


        0%

        Wol

        30%

        draw

        40%

        AFC

        Results display the percentage of matches that have been Won or Drawn in the last 5 matches in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

        Both Teams To Score

        Wolverhampton Wanderers

        AFC Bournemouth


        60%

        Wol

        70%

        combined

        80%

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        Results display the percentage of matches that have been BTTS in the last 5 matches in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

        Over 2.5 Goals

        Wolverhampton Wanderers

        AFC Bournemouth


        40%

        Wol

        60%

        combined

        80%

        AFC

        Results display the percentage of matches that have been Over 2.5 Goals in the last 5 matches in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

        Brentford vs Wolves Prediction, Tips & Stats

        Brentford and Wolverhampton Wanderers turn their attention to FA Cup action this Friday night with the Bees aiming to conjure up some sort of positive form after their worst-ever start to a Premier League season.

        Brentford's three-year stay in the top flight has been more than impressive. However, this campaign, the club have gone relatively under the radar down at the bottom end of the table, mainly due to the woeful form of the newly promoted teams and Everton's 10-point deduction. In reality, in another season, Brentford would probably be right in the mix for a relegation battle.

        Such form so far this time around leaves Brentford down in 16th and only four points above the bottom three. In fact, they only sit ahead of Everton because of their points deduction, while Thomas Frank's men have lost the most goals for those outside of the relegation spots with 10 from 20 games - this means they have lost half of the matches they have played.

        Worse yet, the London club recorded only one win throughout December and even managed to lose to last-placed Sheffield United at the start of last month. Brentford did beat the relegation-sitting Luton Town but defeats to Aston Villa, Brighton & Hove Albion, Wolves and Palace mean a five-game losing skid right now.

        That 4-1 loss to Wolves came only two weeks before this match, as Mario Lemina kicked things off with a first half goal before Hwang Hee-chan scored just seconds later. The South Korean bagged another in what is turning out to be a stunning season from him - the striker is only outscored by Mohamed Salah, Erling Haaland and Dominic Solanke this season. Yoane Wissa bagged in the first half that day as well, as Jeanricher Bellegarde added a fourth late on for Wolves.

        As for Wolves, they come into this game on a three-game winning run after a routine 3-0 victory over Everton. They also beat Brentford in this run and managed to edge past Chelsea 2-1 as well.

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        Brentford team news

        Brentford's woeful form in the Premier League this season has been coupled with a plauge of injuries. Rico Henry is the worst of the lot and is out for the season. Bryan Mbeumo is also out for a few more weeks, and he is joined on the sidelines until at least February by Aaron Hickey and Kevin Schade. Kristoffer Ajer will face a late fitness test here, while Ben Mee is suspended. Shandon Baptiste and Joshua Davsilva are two names expected to return here. Finally, Brentford fans will be buzzing to know that this is the second to last game before Ivan Toney can return to action following his nationwide ban from football.

        Wolves team news

        Wolves suffered a lot of injuries last season but now nothing to deal with here and have only Mario Lemina ruled out due to personal reasons and Jonny Otto because of disciplinary issues.

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