Marys Stadium and we believe that both teams are going to find the net on Matchday 34. In the first half of the season Wolverhampton defeated Southampton 2-0 at Molineux Stadium, but we believe that there is a big value in betting on draw this time out. A lively contest is on the cards at St. The Wolves, on the other hand, aim to finish the season in top ten and they are likely to go for a win in Saturdays football match.
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Wolves have won three of their last five matches, but have drawn the last two including the penalty shoot-out defeat to Leicester in the Carabao Cup after a goalless draw on Tuesday. Last weekend, they drew 1-1 at Old Trafford thanks to Joao Moutinhos goal, while their previous home league game saw them beat Burnley 1-0 thanks to Raul Jimenezs strike.
The Wolves are eyeing a place in European competitions, whilst the Clarets main goal is to secure the top flight survival. Over the years Wolverhampton have turned their Molineux Stadium into a real fortress and given Burnleys poor away record in the English top flight, we are tempted to put our money on Nuno Espirito Santos troops. Molineux Stadium will host Sundays football game between Wolverhampton and Burnley, the two teams with entirely different ambitions in the 2019/2020 Premier League season.
Ivan Cavaleiro returned for the Carabao Cup match against Leicester in mid-week, which Wolves lost on penalties, meaning Nuno Espirito Santo has a full squad to choose from. Leander Dendoncker played in that game, but Ryan Bennett has been preferred in the league on the right of the back three. Adama Traore has also had to make do with appearances from the bench, and could be restricted to just that again after spurning a glorious chance to score a late winner against Man United last weekend.
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Danny Ings Leading the way with three goals in five games so far this season as he seizes his chance to impress on loan from Liverpool.Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg Has scored twice from midfield to bounce back from a red card in his first appearance of the season.Nathan Redmond The winger has supplied one assist so far this season but remains one of Southamptons biggest sources of creativity.
The visitors last league outing was another fantastic performance against the Premier League big boys, beating Manchester United 2-1 again to make it five wins, three draws, and two defeats from their last 10 league games. Away from home its a different story though, where they have failed to win their last four games and have really struggled against the lesser teams in the division.
In their last five matches, they have gained three wins and nine points, showing just what they are capable of with a little bit of confidence instilled in them. Southampton will start play down in 16th place this weekend, but they have a lot of cause for optimism. They still have a job to do, but they are closing in on safety. They have 33 points, enough to put them five clear of chasers Cardiff, and they have looked much improved in recent weeks and months.
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They have just lost in the FA Cup semis, after being two goals up, and they have also yielded their stronghold on seventh place for the time being in the league. They sit in eighth with 47 points, trailing Leicester only on goal difference for that spot. In their last five matches, they have two wins and seven total points. Wolves, meanwhile, come into this in a bit of a bad moment. Given how well they have played all season, it would be a shame should they not walk away with it, too.
Despite being a first-team regular with his club AS Monaco, Moutinho has been regularly linked with a move to Serie A and was reportedly offered to Napoli and AC Milan during the summer of 2016. A full Portugal international at the age of 18, Moutinho is a regular call-up since the 2006 FIFA World Cup. The 30-year-old was a part of Portugals historic success in France this summer when Fernando Santos men lifted their first-ever continental trophy.
Southampton have won two of their last five matches, but one of those wins came in the Carabao Cup at Brighton with a much-changed team. They did follow it by beating Crystal Palace 2-0, however, with Danny Ings and Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg scoring and the same two players scored again in the next match as the Saints took a two-goal lead against Brighton only to draw 2-2. Last time out, Liverpool hit three first-half goals to win 3-0 at Anfield.