Betting Insight: Wolves Or Crystal Palace?

Welcome back from the European nights, and there is no time to rest on our laurels.

We return to the domestic league and all eyes will be on Friday action between Wolves and host Crystal Palace FC.

In their last game, Wolves thought they had bagged all maximum points courtesy of a Raul Jimenez goal in the 80th minute but they were pegged back by another late Jacob Murphy goal to share spoils.

The visitors on the other hand, beat struggling Fulham 2-1 to move in 8th, level on points with ninth Wolves.

Wolves have not reported any new injury concerns but that cannot be said of Crystal Palace.

Nathan Ferguson, Wayne Hennessey and Conor Wickham are ruled out for Palace!

It remains to be seen if James McCarthy and James Tomkins will play the game after their late recovery.

Who to Trust – I will go for Wolves who need this one more. They are hungry and eager to return to winning ways. The visitors have blown hot and cold – They beat Southampton and Man United in their openers but fell to Chelsea to Everton. The last league meeting between these two sides ended in a 2-0 win for Wolves.

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