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Wolves’ Home Streak Challenged by Everton’s Resilience

Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Everton: A Premier League Clash to Watch

Wolves’ Resurgence Continues

Wolverhampton Wanderers, buoyed by their recent upturn in form, are set to lock horns with Everton in what promises to be a riveting Premier League encounter. The Molineux outfit, under Gary O’Neil’s astute leadership, have been on a remarkable trajectory, amassing eight more points than at this corresponding stage last season. Their aim? To string together three consecutive league victories, a feat last achieved in January 2022.

Everton’s Road Resilience

The Toffees, despite a season that’s had its share of turbulence, have shown impressive resilience, particularly in away fixtures. With five wins in their last seven on the road, Sean Dyche’s men will be no pushovers. They have defied the odds before and will be keen to do so again, especially as Seamus Coleman stands on the brink of a monumental personal achievement.

Key Players Back in Action

Craig Dawson’s return for Wolves, after a brief injury setback, adds steel to their backline. The spotlight, however, will undoubtedly be on top scorer Hwang Hee-chan, whose goal-scoring prowess has been a revelation this season. Everton’s midfield dynamo Abdoulaye Doucoure, subject to a late fitness test, could be crucial in tilting the scales in the Toffees’ favour.

Historical Head-to-Head

History slightly favours the home side, with Wolves enjoying a recent dominance over their Merseyside rivals. However, Everton’s sporadic successes at Molineux serve as a reminder that past form can be deceptive in the ever-unpredictable Premier League.

The Final Countdown

As the calendar year draws to a close, both teams have points to prove and records to set straight. Wolves, keen to break a four-year trend of year-end disappointments, will be all guns blazing. Everton, on the other hand, carry the mantle of concluding their year on a high note, continuing their impressive run in final fixtures of the calendar year.

This matchup, laden with intriguing subplots and individual battles, is not just another game. It’s a testament to the relentless drama and unpredictability of the Premier League.


Wolves 2-1 Everton. A tough game to predict but if Wolves line-up with Hwang and a recently returned Pedro Neto Gary O’Neil’s may just have enough to tip the scale in their favour.

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