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Everton vs. Wolves Prediction, Tips & Stats

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            Match Result

            Wolverhampton Wanderers

            Arsenal


            0%

            Wol

            40%

            draw

            40%

            Ars

            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

            Arsenal


            80%

            Wol

            50%

            combined

            20%

            Ars

            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

            Arsenal


            60%

            Wol

            50%

            combined

            40%

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            Everton vs. Wolves Prediction, Tips & Stats

            Two sides that have started the season in less than ideal fashion meet at Goodison Park this weekend as Everton face Wolverhampton Wanderers.

            Everton currently sit rock bottom of the Premier League having lost both of their opening games of the season.

            The Toffees began with a 0-1 loss at home to Fulham on the opening weekend before falling to a thumping and deflating 4-0 hammering away at Aston Villa last Sunday.

            Manager Sean Dyche will have felt aggrieved at his side's inability to finish a game in which all the chances fell their way at home against Fulham on the opening weekend but he can have no complaints at how Sunday's game at Villa played out given the performance.

            The Toffees were battered from pillar to post in Birmingham in what was a hugely concerning showing by Dyche's men.

            Many fancied Everton to kick on this season under the guidance of a seemingly safe pair of hands in Dyche but it feels as though old habits are dying hard in the blue half of Merseyside with Everton looking every bit a relegation candidate in the early portion of the campaign.

            Worse yet is that star striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin was yet again withdrawn from the field with injury after suffering a facial injury and given his perpetual injury absence has been a big cause of Everton's struggles over the course of the past few seasons it does not bode well for the remainder of this campaign.

            Everton will now have to put their hand in their pocket sometime in the next week or so to reinforce a squad badly in need of goalscoring talent if they are to give themselves the best chance of survival.

            In the even shorter term Dyche sorely needs both a performance and a result from his side in this one and a home fixture against a side expected to contest relegation is as close to a six pointer as you'll see - even this early in the campaign.

            Wolverhampton Wanderers currently sit 19th in the Premier league with two losses from their first two games of the season.

            Wolves kicked their campaign off with a fairly defiant 1-0 loss at Old Trafford before falling to a deflating 1-4 battering at home to Brighton & Hove Albion last weekend.

            Wolves showed a tonne of promise in their loss to Manchester United on the opening game week in a performance that had many people reassessing their pre-season projections for the Black Country side, but much of that newly found optimism was quickly dissipated in their resounding defeat to Brighton at the weekend.

            Brighton played Wolves off the park at Molineux in what was a game that really exposed how difficult this season is going to be for Gary O'Neil's men.

            It was largely expected that Wolves would contest relegation coming into this season following the resignation of manager Julen Lopetegui in light of the club informing him that no money will be available for transfers and the loss at Brighton has made it look as though that's exactly how Wolves' season is going to pan out.

            Things could change very quickly with a win at Goodison Park given it's a game against a fellow expected relegation contender but equally a defeat here would likely get the alarm bells ringing.

            It should be a very interesting encounter from a neutral standpoint but it will be more than tense for everybody involved on both sides.

            For our Everton vs. Wolves prediction, we're going for a 1-0 win for the home side.

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            Everton Team News

            Everton's injury list is a lengthy one with Dominic Calvert-Lewin. Alex Iwobi, Séamus Coleman, Dwight McNeill, Jack Harrison and Dele Alli all missing.

            Demarai Gray is also extremely unlikely to feature here amidst an impending transfer away from the club while midfielder André Gomes is also a doubt.

            Arnaut Danjuma will likely start up top in place of Calvert-Lewin but don't expect many more changes from Dacha given he tends to favour continuity.

            Wolves Team News

            Matheus Nunes is unavailable through suspension after seeing red against Brighton last weekend and the Portuguese midfielder may have played his last game for the club amidst strong interest from Manchester City.

            Pablo Sarabria could come in for Nunes in what could be one of several changes following a thumping defeat last time out.

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