On December 9, Wolves are set to face off against rivals Nottingham Forest, with the match scheduled to kick off at 8:30 PM Indian Standard Time.
The venue for the game is Wolverhampton Wanderers' home stadium, Molineux. Currently positioned 12th in the table with 18 points, Wolves FC faces Nottingham Forest, ranked 15th with 13 points.
Both teams, considering their recent investments and additions, have room for improvement. However, there's still a considerable stretch remaining in the English Premier League season, providing ample time for them to rectify their performance and make significant strides compared to previous seasons.
Hwang is in top form, scoring eight goals this season so far.
The betting tip is...
Hee Chang Hwang to score a goal
Wolves are not shy of scoring goals in a match, and this fact is supported by the statistics that they have scored 1.63 goals per match in this ongoing season.
The top contributor to these statistics is Hee Chang Hwang, who has scored eight goals until now and provided two assists. Following him is Pedro Neto, who scored a goal and provided seven assists, which is a huge number.
Nelson Semedo, who is a right-back, has the highest shots on target (10.3%), followed by Jean Bellegarde (10.2%) and Pedro Neto (9.8%). Their keeper, Jose Sa, has had a decent season until now. He has made 54 saves and conceded 25 goals, which makes his saves-per-goal ratio 2.2.
No major changes are anticipated in the line-up.
Predicted Lineup: Jose Sa, Max Kilmann, Craig Dawson, Toti Gomes, Tommy Doyle, Jean Bellegarde, Boubacar Traore, Hugo Bueno, Nelson Semedo, Matheus Cunha, Hee Chang Hwang
Not only had Nottingham Forest won many gallants in the past, but they could not live up to their reputation despite their long history. Still, they're doing everything they can to improve. Their top scorer to date is Tawoi Awoniyi, who has four goals and two assists this season.
With three goals and three assists this season, Anthony Elanga, the star player for Manchester United who is currently on loan at Nottingham Forest, is carrying on his legacy. They have scored 1.07 goals and allowed 1.53 goals per game so far this season.
Nottingham Forest has invested heavily in transfers and purchases. With 34 goals saved and 16 goals given up, their goalie, Matt Turner, has a saves-per-goal ratio of 2.1, which is significantly good.
Starting 11 to remain the same as they look solid after last match.
Predicted Lineup: Matt Turner, Moussa Nikhate, Murillo, Harry Toufolo, Ola Aina, Orel Mangala, Morgan Gibbs White, Nicolas Domingues, Anthony Elanga, Chris Wood, Divock Origi.
Nottingham Forest and Wolves are set to clash in a match where both points and reputations are on the line. Nottingham Forest, bolstered by significant player acquisitions, aims to maximize its resources.
Meanwhile, Wolves, with a deep squad and recent additions like Matheus Cunha and Hee Chang Hwang, have the potential to make a substantial impact.
Looking at their recent face-offs, Wolverhampton Wanderers have emerged victorious in two encounters, while Nottingham Forest claimed two wins, one of which was decided on penalties.
The remaining match ended in a draw. A statistical analysis suggests that the competition between these two teams is evenly poised.