Wolves will go one-on-one against Everton at the Molineux Stadium in a Premier League clash on Saturday at 15:00 GMT.
Wolves have won their last two consecutive matches in the Premier League, underscoring an upturn in their form and confidence. The first of the two matches was an impressive 2-1 home win against Chelsea. The second win came away to Brentford in a commanding 1-4 triumph.
Gary O’Neal will look to get his charges ready for a resurgent Everton side looking to move away from the relegation zone. Playing at home, Wolves will look to be intentional in their approach to dominate the game while paying respect to Everton and the danger they pose.
Sean Dyche’s Everton are just a point above the relegation zone after they were docked points. Their run of wins has been followed by two consecutive defeats in the league that has seen them hovering uncomfortably above the drop zone.
The back-to-back defeats for the Toffees came in matches away to Tottenham (2-1) and at home to Man City (1-3). Sean Dyche will look to get his side back to winning ways when they face Wolves on Saturday.
Center-forward Hee-Chan Hwang is a doubt for Wolves after he suffered a knock in the clash against Brentford.
Sean Dyche will miss only attacking midfielder Dele Alli, who is sidelined with a partial muscle tear.
Wolves are in a good run of form; they will have the advantage at Molineux Stadium. Wolves will win and make it three consecutive wins in the Premier League.
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