Wolverhampton Wanderers Odds

When you look for teams cementing themselves as a Premier League side, you don't have look much further than Wolverhampton Wanderers, they are one of the teams in the league at the start of the season, many doubt they will push for the European positions but there is significant doubt that they would end up relegated. However, Wolves have shown in the past that they are able to clinch some of the top positions in the league, with 2018-19 and 2019-20 ended with the club in seventh and an impressive Europa League run in 2019-20.

The main difference between that team and the team we see today is the lack of a clear goalscorer - many strikers have been signed but none have been able to replicate the success of Raul Jimenez. In recent seasons, their top goalscorers in all competitions have been with five or six goals but Matheus Cunha has changed that by doubling that figure last season.

2023/24 was a relatively successful first season for coach Gary O'Neil, who found himself heavily linked with the Liverpool job at the end of the season.

Betting on Wolverhampton Wanderers Matches

Wolves are one of those teams that you realistically don't want to face, they have pace, they're good on the ball and under Gary O'Neil, the side have found consistency - even with an injury stricken season. If the English manager can keep his side free from injuries next season, they could cause a lot of teams problems, just ask Pep Guardiola and Manchester City.

However, due to their injuries, it is hard to grasp exactly what Wolverhampton Wanderers are able to achieve next season, they won't be fighting for the Premier League title but a victory over Manchester City and the club doing the double over Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur, they have shown that they could be a force to be reckoned with in next season's Premier League.

The one consistent seems to be goals conceded, Jose Sa, Max Kilman and Nelson Semedo played almost every league game last season and are a staple of the Wolves defence. Their BTTS stats are very good for bettors and those looking for Both Teams to Score bets will likely have Wolves Vs Opposition on their slips. When Cunha and Hwang were both fit, only Manchester United had kept a clean sheet against them and that was on the opening day of the season when the club should have had a penalty. Towards the end of the season, injuries changed their fortunes and their BTTS stats dropped but early on in the campaign, BTTS was a very good bet and we expect the same in 2024/25.

Betting on Wolves transfers

Wolverhampton Wanderers aren't a team that are going to purchase numerous players for 30+ million every season. However, they do tend to splash the cash when big players become available, we think that Wolves are going to focus on improving the overall squad rather than one position this season. Injuries hit Wolves hard and Gary O'Neil's primary aim will likely be to improve the overall squad rather than just the first eleven, given them a more solid platform to push for Europe.

Betting on Wolves in Domestic Cup Competitions

Wolves are a team with a solid platform to push in the coming seasons. The biggest question is going to be exactly where the club are going to push, are they going to look to focus on the league and rival the likes of Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea Aston Villa and Newcastle United for top six positions or will they look to focus on Cup competitions and bring silverware to Molineux?

Last season, it was clear that the Domestic Cup competitions weren't a priority for Gary O'Neil's side as they went out to both Norwich City and Tottenham Hotspur on home turf. However, both defeats came after commanding victories against Premier League opposition in Sheffield United and Nottingham Forest, so it could be that injuries and squad fitness were the undoing of Wolves in cups last season.

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