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Wolves dropped two points at home to Newcastle last weekend and will be keen to avoid a repeat against similar opponents.
Both Palace and the Magpies have struggled for output at times with Jacob Murphy’s late equalizer for the latter just one of two shots they hit on target, denying Nuno’s men a third straight 1-0 win after successes over Fulham and Leeds.
After a poor end to last season, the Eagles have experienced a good start to the new campaign including victories over Southampton, Man Utd and Fulham.
However, with just three wins in 14 league games now, including five defeats from seven on their travels as they failed to score in each loss, it’s difficult to make the case for them here.
Roy Hodgson also has a number of injury concerns but few of the absentees are key men or new additions to the treatment table. Wayne Hennessey is injured and new recruit Jack Butland has tested positive for coronavirus, though Vicente Guaita provides a steady option between the sticks.
Jordan Ayew has also tested positive but is hardly prolific in any case, while Connor Wickham remains sidelined, but Wilfried Zaha and Michel Batshuayi carry bigger goal threats up front.
Nathaniel Clyne has re-joined on a short-term deal to help alleviate problems at the back, where Nathan Ferguson, Gary Cahill and James Tomkins have barely featured this season, while there are options should either of doubtful midfield duo Jairo Riedewald or James McCarthy miss out.
Wolves To Win To Nil
There’s little surprise factor about the Eagles under Hodgson and regardless of the line-up selected, they’ll battle and attempt to hit teams on the counter.
Wolves are also set up to hit sides on the break and as a result, these two have often cancelled each other out in recent meetings.
That’s led to low-scoring affairs, with all four meetings over the past two campaigns featuring fewer than three goals, as Wolves edged it by claiming two wins and a draw.
Palace have had slightly higher-scoring games of late, but still 12 of 19 since late February in all competitions have also gone under that threshold.
We’d have to get behind the hosts given Palace’s recent record on the road, especially as Wolves have won four of five unbeaten matches at home in the league since Project Restart when excluding encounters with the top-eight finishers from last season.
Wolves have in fact kept clean sheets in each of their last eight victories home or away, while Palace have failed to score in 15 of 19 defeats since the start of last season – including nine of 10 on the road – so the home win to nil holds obvious appeal.
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