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Wolves vs Everton Prediction, Free Betting Tips & Odds

Date: 30 December 2023
Kick-Off:  
15:00 UK, 16:00 CET
Venue: Molineux

Wolves vs Everton: Top free betting tips

Wolves take on Everton at Molineux on Saturday 30 December with the home side flying after their emphatic 4-1 away win against Brentford on Wednesday night. Gary O'Neil will welcome Sean Dyche and Everton to Molineux and the Toffees will be looking to bounce back from their 3-1 defeat to Manchester City on Wednesday. Our Wolves vs Everton prediction is for a home win provided Hwang Hee-Chan is fit enough to play from the start for the hosts.

Match result prediction: Wolves to win

This season has been somewhat of a rollercoaster for Wolves so far but they are upward trending at the minute after beating Chelsea at home and Brentford away in their last two league fixtures. Everton's season has been fairly similar but they are downward trending after following their Carabao Cup exit up with back-to-back Premier League defeats. The form and momentum is with Wolves and with Pedro Neto reportedly ready to return to action on Saturday, they should be even better.

Both teams to score prediction: Yes

Without their points deduction, Everton would be in the top half of the Premier League table and to be in that position they have been very good all season at creating chances. They are still underperforming their season Xg but have still managed to score at least one goal in each of their last seven appearances in all competitions. Wolves, meanwhile, have scored in nine of their last ten Premier League matches.

Correct score prediction: Wolves 2-1 Everton

Wolves have the narrow edge here but if Hwang Hee-Chan is ruled out and/or if Pedro Neto still isn't risked from the start then a result for Everton would not be a shock in the slightest. However, the news around both men sounds positive and their partnership with Cunha at the top of the pitch should be too much for a depleted Everton defence to handle.

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Wolves vs Everton team news

Wolves predicted lineup vs Everton

The biggest question mark this weekend for Wolves surrounds Hwang Hee-Chan who came off against Brentford with a back spasm after scoring a first-half brace. Gary O'Neil is optimistic that the South Korean will be available for this one while Pedro Neto could be in line for his first start since injuring his hamstring two months ago. Craig Dawson will also face a late fitness test while Fabio Silva has joined Rangers on loan so won't take up his usual space on the Wolves bench.

Sa – Semedo, Kilman, Toti, Bueno, Ait-Nouri – Lemina, Gomes – Hee-Chan, Cunha, Neto

Everton predicted lineup vs Wolves

Everton will be without two of their most important players again for the trip to Wolves as Idrissa Gueye and Abdoulaye Doucoure both look set to miss out due to injury. The club still have a problem at full-back too with both Ashley Young and Seamus Coleman doubts ahead of the trip. At the top of the pitch, Dominic Calvert-Lewin will probably start the match after being rested from the start against Man City.

Pickford – Patterson, Tarkowski, Branthwaite, Mykolenko –  Onana, Garner, Gomes – Harrison, Calvert-Lewin, McNeil

Wolves vs Everton: What the fans think

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How far will Everton fans travel to Molineux?

Everton fans have a 90-mile trip up the M6 on the horizon on Saturday afternoon when they head to Molineux. The journey by car is fairly straightforward and will take the travelling Toffees around 90 minutes in total. Via train, Everton fans can get a direct train from Liverpool Lime Street to Wolverhampton before embarking on a 15-minute walk to the stadium.

Wolves vs Everton: Tickets

Wolves are still selling tickets for the match against Everton on 30 December with the sale now available to anyone who has previously purchased two tickets or more on the club website. This means that you don't even need to have a membership in order to purchase. Everton were allocated 3,014 tickets and all of these have been sold to eligible season ticket holders.

Andy Delaney

Andy is a freelance sports writer with ten years of experience covering major sporting events across Europe. He has also been a season ticket holder at Old Trafford since 2008 and has visited over 40 football stadiums in the United Kingdom and abroad following the Reds.

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