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Wolverhampton vs AFC Bournemouth Predictions

England Premier League | Molineux Stadium | 24th June
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Wolverhampton vs Bournemouth predictions for Wednesday’s Premier League clash at Molineux. Bournemouth hope to escape the Premier League relegation zone when they visit Wolves on Wednesday. Read on for all our free Premier League predictions and betting tips.

Predictions & Tips

We use stars to rate our confidence in our tips, with 3 being most confident to 1 being the least.
Wolverhampton to Win @ 4/7

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Wolverhampton 2-0 @ 6/1

We use stars to rate our confidence in our tips, with 3 being most confident to 1 being the least.
Raul Jimenez To Score Anytime @ 6/5

Reason For Wolverhampton vs AFC Bournemouth Predictions

  • Bournemouth are yet to pick up a point away from home in 2020, losing each of their last six on the road.
  • Wolves have kept five clean sheets in their last six Premier League matches.
  • Wolves have won two and drawn one of their three Premier League meetings with Bournemouth.
  • Raul Jimenez has scored in all three of his previous encounters with Bournemouth.

Wolves set sights firmly on Champions League football

The ever-improving Wolves put in another solid display on their return to Premier League action, with Raul Jimenez and Pedro Neto securing a comfortable 2-0 win for the top four chasing club.

This extended their unbeaten streak to six in the league and puts them sixth in the top flight table, just two points adrift of Chelsea in fourth. It’s been an incredible rise from the second tier for Nuno Espirito Santo’s men, and even more impressive is the fact they’re still competing in the Europa League too.

Wolves’ strength clearly lies in just how difficult they are to beat. Only Liverpool have lost fewer games than their six, and if they can continue in this vein of form they have every chance of qualifying for the Champions League next season.

Floundering Cherries destined for the drop

They should certainly be confident of gaining another three points on Wednesday, because they come up against a Bournemouth side in utter turmoil. They put in a typically soft performance at home to Crystal Palace on Saturday, losing 2-0 to stretch their winless streak to five league games and leave them languishing in 18th position.

If The Cherries’ overall form is disappointing, their away form is particularly dreadful. They are yet to pick up a single point away from home in 2020, losing each of their last six games and scoring just twice. Ten of their last 12 road trips have ended in defeat, and our predictions suggest another one is on the cards on Wednesday.

All signs point towards home win

Wolves have come away with all three points in two of their three Premier League meetings with Bournemouth and have only lost to Chelsea, Spurs and Liverpool at Molineux this season.

They have had their problems with seeing out victories, but it would be a massive shock if they didn’t come away with the three points against this flailing Bournemouth side and we’re backing a home win.

As far as a correct score prediction goes, it’s difficult to see Bournemouth finding the net. They have failed to score in four of their last six on the road and face a Wolves side with one of the best defences in the league. Santo’s men have kept three clean sheets on the bounce at Molineux and picked up another away to West Ham on Saturday, and we’re backing them to get another 2-0 win.

Jimenez to punish Cherries

Raul Jimenez stands out as one of Wolves’ top performers this season. The Mexican forward’s goal against West Ham saw him break his own record for most goals by a Wolves player in a Premier League season as he headed in his 14th of the season, and we predict him adding to that at Molineux.

Bournemouth have conceded 26 goals in 15 away games this season and 14 in their last six road trips. They don’t have fond memories of Jimenez either, with the Wolves star netting in all three of his appearances against The Cherries.

Jimenez has also scored three in his last four Premier League outings, so a 15th league goal of the season could well be on the cards on Wednesday.

Wolves vs Bournemouth team news

Nuno Espirito Santo has the luxury of a full squad to choose from ahead of Wolves game against Bournemouth.

Pedro Neto could be line to start after he plundered a goal from the bench against West Ham, while Adama Traore is also pushing for a place in the XI after grabbing an assist as a substitute in the same contest.

Wolves predicted line-up: Patricio, Boly, Coady, Saiss, Doherty, Johnny, Neves, Moutinho, Traore, Jota, Jimenez

David Brooks who came off with cramp against Crystal Palace, could be left out, while Charlie Daniels and Ryan Fraser will likely miss out due to injury and contractual issues respectively.

Philip Billing is rated as doubtful, though the Cherries could use his combative skillset in midfield.

Bournemouth predicted line-up: Ramsddale, Mepham, S. Cook, Ake, Smith, Groeneveld, Lerma, L. Cook, H. Wilson, King, C. Wilson

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