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Wolves vs Crystal Palace: Premier League preview

A last-minute equaliser for Newcastle prevented Wolves from making it three wins on the spin, while Palace got back to winning ways by beating Fulham away.

It sets up an intriguing at Molineux, one which has Roy Hodgson with some decisions at the back to make.

Wolves vs Crystal Palace is scheduled for a 8pm GMT kick-off on Friday, October 30, 2020.

The match will be behind closed doors at Molineux with no fans due to be present due to government guidelines regarding coronavirus.

TV channel: Liverpool vs West Ham will be shown live on BT Sport Box Office.

Live stream: BT Sport subscribers can stream the match online via the BT Sport app or website.

Wolves are almost injury-free, with only Jonny on the treatment table.

It’s a far different situation in south London as Hodgson must decide who joins Gary Cahill in defence. Nathaniel Clyne could be handed a start while, on the opposite flank, Tyrick Mitchell is nursing a knock. Up front, Jordan Ayew is available following a positive coronavirus test.

Prediction: Wolves 2-1 Crystal Palace

Wolves appear to have shaken off a dodgy start and have found their footing in recent games. Palace have enjoyed a solid start to the season, though remain an unpredictable outfit. The hosts to edge it.

Head to head (h2h) history and results

Wolves won their last meeting, only back in June, comfortably 2-0 but lost the same fixture the previous year by a reverse scoreline.

Betting odds and tips (subject to change)

  • Wolves to win: Evens
  • Crystal Palace to win: 17/5
  • Draw: 21/10

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