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Wolves vs Brighton Prediction, Tips & Stats

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      • (61') Hwang Hee-Chan
      • (15') K. Mitoma
      • (46') P. Estupiñán
      • (51') S. March
      • (55') S. March
      • (17') C. Dawson
      • (63') Hwang Hee-Chan
      • (76') Matheus Nunes
      • (88') M. Kilman
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      • (8') P. Groß
      • (18') J. Milner
      • (19') J. Enciso
      • (60') P. Estupiñán
      • (64') João Pedro
      • (90'+5') A. Webster
      • (90'+5') Matheus Nunes
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        Brighton and Under 2.5 Goals in match @ 7/2

        Wolves vs Brighton Prediction, Tips & Stats

        Wolverhampton Wanderers and Brighton & Hove Albion will clash at Molineux this weekend for the first home game for Gary O'Neil at his new club with his men desperately unlucky not to get a point away at Manchester United on Monday.

        Wolves were the better team throughout much of the game at Old Trafford with the likes of Matheus Cunha missing golden opportunities to take the lead. What's more, a controversial VAR call to not rule a penalty for a foul from Andre Onana has proven to be the talking point from the game, as Wolves could have got a penalty in extra time.

        Nevertheless, the game ended 1-0 after a late winner from United, but O'Neill will be pleased with what he had witnessed throughout the 90 minutes.

        Brighton managed to smash newbies Luton Town 4-1 in their match at the AMEX, despite being without a few of their key players from last season such as Alexis Mac Allister and Moises Caicedo.

        Evan Ferguson would get in on the act once more that day, as Solly March blasted in a header from a beautiful Karou Mitoma cross. Joao Pedro would also score on his Premier League debut for the club with Simon Adringra also bagging a goal.

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        Wolves team news

        Wolves were desperately unlucky not to come away from Old Trafford with at least a point, and this likely keeps the same team for them. Matheus Cunha and Pablo Sarabia should remain in the attack with Matheus Nunes, Mario Lemina, Joao Gomes and Pedro Neto all set to remain here. Hawng Hee-chan could get some more minutes off the bench with Hugo Bueno also set to feature here at some stage. Sasa Kaladjdzic and Fabio Silva were on the bench in the last game and could feature here. Matt Doherty and Boubacar Traore may get some minutes too after missing the clash with United.

        Brighton team news

        Adam Webster is out injured for Brighton and with Moises Caicedo officially moving to Chelsea now, their squad has taken a bit of a hit this transfer window. Adam Lallana could return here after his injury a few months back but Jakub Moder is not yet ready to come back. Pascal Gross and Mahmoud Dahoud will remain in midfield for Brighton, as Solly March, Joao Pedro and Karou Mitoma stay in the attacking midfield ranks. Danny Welbeck could start up top again, but Evan Ferguson did come on and score once more last time out. Joel Vetlman, Billy Gilmour and Julio Enciso should all get minutes here once more.

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