Wolves vs Fulham predictions and betting tips for the Championship clash on Friday 3rd November at 7:45pm. Read today’s betting preview for the match below.
Wolves returned to the top of the Championship on Tuesday night with three points at Carrow Road. Nuno Santos’ side were excellent as they bounced back from a disappointing display at Loftus Road. The gaffer has been linked with the vacant Everton job this week and fans will be hoping he remains loyal to the Black Country outfit and completes the job which he has started incredibly well. Fulham were poor during their 2-0 loss to Bristol City and Slavisa Jokanovic is starting to feel the pressure at the Cottage. They still sit in a decent position but are struggling to turn draws into victories. We’re starting with our Wolves vs Fulham best betting tip for this evening.
We start our Wolves vs Fulham predictions with an outright selection. The men in gold have already beaten an impressive Aston Villa side (who have remained unbeaten since) and seen off Preston and Middlesbrough and are starting to look the real deal. It’s hard to back Fulham with any conviction at the moment and they may struggle to contain the lively Championship leaders. Wolves are 10/11 with Bet Bright and they are the first of our Wolves vs Fulham predictions for Friday evening.
Whilst Fulham have been poor this season, they’ve actually been better on the road and have scored in all but one of their matches on the road so far and could get on the scoresheet here. Wolves have netted at least two goals in each of their last four home matches and this should be an entertaining affair. Over 2.5 Goals is the next of our Wolves vs Fulham betting tips and is priced at 4/5 with Betfred.
The last of our Wolves vs Fulham betting tips comes from the anytime goalscorer market. Many Wolves fans weren’t convinced that Leo Bonatini was an adequate finisher when he first joined the club but they’ve soon changed their mind. The 23 year old Brazilian has netted nine times in 15 appearances and is aiming to get into double figures here at Molineux. Leo Bonatini is the 17/10 favourite with Coral and that is the last of our Wolves vs Fulham predictions.
Wily Boly is back in the side and got on the scoresheet in midweek, he’s surely done enough to tie down a position in the starting XI here. Phil Ofusu-Ayeh is the only absentee for Wolves.
Fulham are without Aboubakar Kamara after his dismissal against Bristol City although they are set to appeal the decision. Lucas Piazon is a season-long absentee whilst Sheyi Ojo remains out with a shoulder problem.
There have been a number of high scoring affairs between these sides in recent years with the sides drawing 4-4 here in a memorable encounter last season. Wolves won 3-1 at the Cottage later in the season. Fulham haven’t won at this ground for at least 20 years.