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Match Preview: Wolves vs Crystal Palace

The Wolves are meeting Crystal Palace.

Match Preview: Wolves vs Crystal Palace

The Wolves are meeting Crystal Palace. None is going to back down. Both teams want to claim more points, but it’s Wolves that will truly stand to benefit from such a development. If you are eager to see what will happen, we will provide you with the right set of tools to follow the developments!

Live Score results will be available on our own website, too! But why would you bother learning about the game from statistics and numbers when you can actually watch it Live! The game will definitely promise to be a big and important one and we are here to take a look at it, such as it is!

Go Wolves, Go!

The Wolves are definitely one of the most threatening opponents presently in the competition. They will be quite the challenging opponents and you will quickly notice that their results are seldom subpar. Yes, the Wolves do know how to mow down their opponents.

We do like the team because they have had quite the mettle to face off some of the absolute favorites of this tournament and we endorse the in full. Meanwhile, Crystal Palace have had a rough spell and we understand that this game will be even more difficult for them. We would love to see the team perform a wee bit better, but this is entirely up to them.

The fight will be particularly challenging for Crystal Palace as they are said to be the team that is worse off presently. There is certainly some merit to this claim, although it’s not so frustrating as to have everyone doubt the intentions of the team in full.

Crystal Palace are only four places after the Wolves, which means that there are not so far around the bent as not to be able to able to return. They are also close to West Ham who are also preparing themselves to return to the highest echelons.

The Changing Fortunes of the EPL

With Crystal Palace and the Wolves fighting for the fairly same spot in the league, it’s easy to see why the competition provides with sufficient opportunities to allow strong teams to maintain their top form and aspiring teams to overcome true challenges. Here’s where the event will be taking place and how we can enjoy it, too, as reported by The Guardian:

Fifield

Saturday 3pm

Venue Selhurst Park

Last season n/a

Referee Michael Oliver

This season G6 Y10 R2 2.33 cards/game

Odds H 7-4 A 9-5 D 2-1

CRYSTAL PALACE

Subs from Guaita, Speroni, Souaré, Puncheon, Kelly, Ward, Williams, Schlupp, Riedewald, Kaikai, Ayew, Sørloth, Wickham

Doubtful Riedewald (knee), Wickham (match fitness)

Injured Benteke (knee, 20 Oct), Dann (knee, Nov)

Suspended None

Discipline Y13 R1

Form LLLWDL

Leading scorer Zaha 3

WOLVES

Subs from Norris, Batth, Saïss, Traoré, Deslandes, Hause, Ofosu-Ayeh, Vinagre, Gibbs-White, Graham, Ronan, Enobakhare, Bonatini, Dendoncker, Cavaleiro, Ashley-Seal, Watt

Doubtful Costa (match fitness)

Injured None

Suspended None

Discipline Y9 R0

Form LDWWDW

Leading scorer Jiménez 2

With these statistics now available, you can get a better idea of who is really slated to make a real difference in their own fortunes.

No Turning Back

The competition between Crystal Palace and the Wolves probably won’t be quite so fierce as some people may expect it to be quite the match. Now, the real action is of course focused in the very summit of the EPL, but the journey there is also important.

Some teams, it can be argued deserve it rather less based on their latest performance. But be that as it may, getting to the top is a long, long trek that not many are prepared to undertake. With this in mind, we are all on pins and needles to see what tonight’s match will bring us all!