Wolverhampton vs Brighton Preview and Prediction 2021

Wolverhampton vs Brighton Preview and Prediction 2021

Wolverhampton vs Brighton predictions for Sunday’s Premier League clash at Molineux. Albion could close to within two points of Wolves with a win in the West Midlands. Read on for all our free predictions and betting tips.

Seven of Wolves’ last ten league games produced under 2.5 goals.

Wolves have lost four of their last six league matches at Molineux.

Five of Brighton’s eight Premier League wins have come away from home.

Wolves have conceded the first goal in 21 of their 34 Premier League games this season.

Expect a tight game at Molineux

Wolves and Brighton drew 3-3 when they last faced off in January in a free-scoring slugfest that was largely out of character for both goal-shy teams, however, it’s likely that their rematch on Sunday won’t be quite as entertaining.

Wanderers shared the spoils in a 1-1 tie with Black Country Derby WBA at the Hawthorns in their last assignment, and that was the seventh time in ten Premier League fixtures involving Wolves where under 2.5 goals were produced.

Brighton – who have now lost just once in four games – recorded an impressive 2-0 victory over Leeds in their last outing, though that was only the second time the Seagulls notched more than once in their last 17 league matches.

Indeed, under 2.5 goals were registered in 12 of those contests, and the same market is worth sticking with when Albion visit Molineux on Sunday.

Buoyed by their excellent display against Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds, Brighton could be worth backing to snatch three points at a Wolves team that were beaten in four of their last six games on their own patch however.

With Danny Welbeck red hot, Neal Maupay a threat and Leandro Trossard in creative mood, Albion seem to have the edge of their hosts in terms of in-form forwards, and our 1-0 correct prediction tips Brighton to carve out their second victory in a row.

Wolverhampton injuries and team news

Raul Jimenez, Pedro Neto and Jonny are absent for Wolves, while Willy Boly could also miss out due to illness.

Rayan Ait-Nouri, Joao Moutinho and Marcal are all rated as doubtful.

Brighton injuries and team news

Solly March and Tariq Lamptey are ruled out for Brighton, while Adam Lallana has an outside chance of making the squad.

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