Tip: Both Teams To Score/Goals Over 2.5
1.Wolverhampton Wanderers are ranked fourth in terms of goals conceded per match with an average of 1
2.Norwich City is ranked bottom in offensive charts. They are the lowest team in creating big chances and registering shots on target
3. Since 2019, Wolves have won both the times that these sides faced each other.
Wolverhampton Wanderers travel to Carrow Road to face Norwich City for Matchday 13th of the Premier League. Three alluring vital points are up for grabs, and Dean Smith will leave no stones unturned for expediting his side's limits to make things difficult for the visitors.
Upon making a successful managerial debut, the former Aston Villa manager has started his stint with a win. The Canaries have tasted back-to-back victories under two different managers. Those results helped them to climb to the penultimate position in the table. Momentum will surely be on their side as they have two wins and one loss in their last three games.
Wolves remain a strong opposition for relegation bound Norwich. Sitting in the sixth position in the Premier League, we expect Bruno Lage's men to salvage a victory away from home. In his favor, Raúl Jiménez is back on his scoring ways for them. Complemented by Hwang Hee-chan, the Mexican has established a quick partnership capable of tearing up defenses around the league. In their last three games, they have won twice and lost only once.
It looks unlikely that Norwich will be able to hold themselves against Wolves' appetite. Containing Jiménez is itself a given challenge for the Yellows. Though Smith will motivate his team to climb out of the relegation zone by any means necessary, we wonder whether it would be enough.
Norwich is just three points away from the 17th placed Leeds United. With plenty of games remaining in the calendar, Smith's job is to put somebody else in their nightmares.
It is doubtful whether Ozan Kabak will be starting, and Christoph Zimmermann remains unavailable to the home side. Two center-back injuries will further hurt their chances of salvaging a point. While for Wolves, Pedro Neto, Jonny, Hugo Bueno, and Yerson Mosquera remain unavailable for selection.