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Fulham vs Wolves Prediction, Tips & Stats

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          Fulham vs Wolves Betting Tip

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          Wolves to win Under 2.5 Goals in match @ 5/1
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          Last updated 25/05/2024

          Fulham vs Wolves Prediction, Tips & Stats

          Craven Cottage is the venue for Monday Night Football where Fulham will be aiming to get back to winning ways when they host Wolves in a 20:00 kick off.

          After a disappointing start to their campaign, Fulham currently find themselves in 15th place in the table having amassed 12 points from their 12 league outings. This has come following 3 wins, 3 draws and six defeats.

          The Cottagers come into this game on the back of a poor run of form which has seen them gain just one point from their last four league games. This run has included defeats against the likes of United, Tottenham and most recently Aston Villa.

          In comparison, Wolves have made a better start to their campaign and currently find themselves in 12th place in the table. The Wanderers have gained 15 points following 4 wins, 3 draws and five defeats.

          In their last league outing, Wolves stunned Tottenham Hotspur with two stoppage-time goals from Pablo Sarabia and Mario Lemina to secure a dramatic 2-1 victory at Molineux Stadium on November 11, 2023.

          The visitors took the lead through Brennan Johnson's early strike, but Wolves dominated the second half and were denied a deserved equaliser by several missed chances.With seconds remaining, Sarabia volleyed home from close range to level the score before Lemina tapped in the winner from a cross to complete a remarkable comeback.

          The fixture of Fulham vs Wolves has a long and storied history, with their first official match being played on 10 September 1898 in the FA Cup, where Fulham won 5-1. Since then, the two teams have played a total of 105 matches across all competitions, with Fulham winning 42, Wolves winning 38, and 25 draws.

          In recent years, wolves have dominated this fixture and they are unbeaten in the last six meetings between the two sides. All six of these meetings have all come in the Premier League and they are all low scoring games, with there not being more than 2 goals in any of the games.

          The last meeting between these sides came in last season’s edition of the Premier League, where the game finished 1-1 at Molineux. Pablo Sarabia opened the scoring for the visitors in the 13th minute with a well-placed finish from the edge of the box.

          Manor Solomon equalised for Fulham in the 64th minute with a stunning curled effort from the left-hand side. Both teams had chances to win the game in the closing stages, but the final whistle blew with the score locked at 1-1.

          It is Fulham who come into this matchup as home favourites and are currently priced @ 11/8, whilst an away win for Wolves is currently priced @ 2/1 and a draw is @ 9/4. We are backing Wolves to win and under 2.5 goals in the game because this fixture is often a low scoring affair which has been dominated by Wolves in recent years.

          Fulham Team News

          Marco Silva has a number of injury concerns to contend with ahead of Monday’s matchup. Adarabioyo is a doubt with a groin injury, whilst Tete is also unlikely to start as he has been suffering with an unspecified injury. Elsewhere, Palhinha will be absent as he serves a suspension for reaching five yellow cards.

          Wolves Team News

          Pedro Neto, Nathan Fraser, Craig Dawson and Joe Hodge will all be definite absentees for wolves. However, manager Gary O'Neil has revealed that Santi Bueno, Mario Lemina and Matt Doherty are in contention to face Fulham after recovering from their respective injuries.