Wolves v Newcastle Prediction, Preview & Odds – Premier League
We have a Wolves v Newcastle prediction and preview plus betting odds for you ahead of this Saturday’s evening kick-off in the Premier League.
How To Watch Wolves v Newcastle
Venue: Molineux Stadium, Wolves, England
When? 5.30 pm, Saturday 28th October
What Channel? Sky Sports Premier League, Sky Sports Main Event
Wolves v Newcastle Odds
|Wolves v Newcastle Betting Odds – Premier League|
Wolves have eight points in their last five games following a fine run of form recently and can be gotten at 16/5 to win this one.
Newcastle are 3/4 favourites for this one after four wins and a draw in their last five league games, but after playing Dortmund
The draw is priced at 14/5.
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Wolves v Newcastle Preview
Wolves had a decent year last season, despite sacking Bruno Lage in October and a caretaker period for Steve Davis, Julen Lopetegui did a brilliant job when he came in back in November guiding them to thirteenth in the league as well as a Quarter-Final EFL Cup appearance. However, he departed the club in August by mutual agreement and Gary O’Neil has come into the club.
There were several notable departures during the summer with Neves, Moutinho, Collins and Jimenez all departing before the start of the season with not a lot of experience coming in plenty would’ve predicted a difficult season for the club. Wolves started the season with a spirited 1-0 defeat against Manchester United with Matheus Nunes starting in midfield. They followed that with a 1-4 defeat against Brighton and a 0-1 win against Everton.
However, Nunes departed for Manchester City for a “modest” £53,000,000 on the 1st of September to weaken them further and that was followed by a 3-2 defeat against Crystal Palace and 1-3 against Liverpool, plenty more were now predicting relegation.
But since their early-season struggles, they’ve found form with two draws and two wins in their last four games including a 2-1 win over Manchester City. Gary O’Neil deserves plenty of kudos for the job he has done so far.
Newcastle backed by wealthy benefactors are on a huge upward trajectory, fourth last season qualified them for the Champions League for the first time in the 2003/04 season when they were eliminated at the Third Qualifying Round Stage on penalties by Partizan.
It was always going to be interesting to see how they recruited to cope with the extra football this season. The only real departure in the summer was Allan Saint-Maximin and Chris Wood but they bought shrewdly with Barnes and Livramento strengthening the squad.
Despite impressively winning their first league game of the season 5-1 against Aston Villa, they lost their preceding three games albeit against Manchester City, Liverpool and Brighton the pressure was mounting on Eddie Howe early in the season.
However since that run of results, Newcastle have four wins and one draw in their last five league games scoring seventeen goals and conceding three, their most recent league game was a 4-0 victory against Crystal Palace at the weekend.
Newcastle played its third Champions League Group Stage game during the week but following a 0-0 against Milan and a brilliant 4-1 win over PSG they fell to their first defeat of the campaign 0-1 against Dortmund on Wednesday.
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Wolves v Newcastle Lineups
Wolves’s Predicted Starting XI
RCB: Kilman, CB: Dawson, LCB Gomes
RM: Doherty, CM: Gomes, CM: Traore, LM: Nouri
RW: Neto, CF: Cunha, LW: Hwang
Newcastle’s Predicted Starting XI
RB: Trippier, CB: Lascelles, CB: Schár, LB: Burn.
RCM: Longstaff, CM: Guimaraes; LCM: Joelinton,
RW: Almiron, CF: Wilson; LW Gordon.
Wolves v Newcastle Head-to-Head Results
Per FootyStats, in their last 18 matches, the statistics are as follows. Wolves have 4 wins (22%) of games, 8 draws have taken place (45%), and Newcastle has 6 wins (33% of matches).
From those matches, 89% of them 16/18 have had over 1.5 Goals, 39% of them (7/18) have had Over 2.5 Goals, 17% of them 4/8 have over 3.5 Goals, and 3/18 or 72% of them have had BTTS (13/18).
Last Five Head-To-Head Results:
12 March 2023 Premier League Newcastle 2-1 Wolves
28 August 2022 Premier League Wolves 1-1 Newcastle
8 April 2022 Premier League Newcastle 1-0 Wolves
2 October 2021 Premier League Wolves 2-1 Newcastle
27 February 2021 Premier League Newcastle 1-1 Wolves
Wolves v Newcastle Prediction & Best Bet
Prediction: Wolves 1-3 Newcastle
Wolves, despite worries about their fortunes following plenty of big-name departures during the summer, have eight points in their last four games including a win against Manchester City showing they’re still a strong side.
Newcastle have been brilliant in recent weeks and will fancy themselves to win this one comfortably, although it’ll be interesting to see how their bodies cope with their exploitions from Europe earlier in the week.
Newcastle is to win and we might see some goals.
Best Bet: Over 3.5 Goals and Newcastle Win @ 7/2
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