Monday, February 17, 2020

Wolves v Brighton: match preview


Brighton are tanking and Wolves will hope they continue to be on the steep downward trajectory for you to recovery from the poor defeat against Southampton. Five successive defeats for Brighton without scoring an ambition is depressing and Chris Hughton’s side are fortunate to be sitting above Cardiff. The two-point advantage could evaporate quickly if Brighton fail again to demonstrate any indication of life. Wolves are already poor against sides towards the end half but have got a fully fit squad as well as the incentive of European football next season. The idea of Nuno Espritio Santo adding to his talented squad for Thursday nights next season is tantalising. Graham Searles

Saturday 3pm

Venue Molineux

Last season n/a

Referee Craig Pawson

This season G24 Y84 R5 3.71 cards/game

Odds H 4-5 A 5-1 D 13-5


Subs from Ruddy, Norris, Cavaleiro, Giles, Watt, Gon?alves, Traor, Gibbs-White, Vinagre, Costa, Ennis, Kilman, Sa?ss, John, Francis, Kitolano, Heredia

Doubtful None

Injured None

Suspended None

Discipline Y65 R1


Leading scorer Jimnez 12


Subs from Button, Balogun, Bong, Burn, Kayal, Bissouma, Izquierdo, Locadia, Andone, Montoya, Gy?keres, Molumby

Doubtful None

Injured Steele (knock, unknown)

Suspended Knockaert (second of three)

Discipline Y54 R3


Leading scorer Murray 11

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