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Wolverhampton vs Brighton Predictions

Published on 7:45pm GMT 28 February 2024

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  • Molineux Stadium
Wolverhampton
Brighton
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Wolverhampton Draw No Bet

Reason for tip

Brighton have become quite unpredictable, especially away, so home advantage could be crucial for Wolves in this FA Cup fifth round tie. The Seagulls have won only twice in their last 11 away games in the Premier League whereas Wolves have suffered only two defeats in their last 12 fixtures at home.

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Wolverhampton 2-1

Reason for tip

Five of Wolves’ six home wins in the Premier League this season have been by a single goal and correct-score punters should side with them to record a 2-1 success in what should be an entertaining encounter.

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Wolverhampton vs Brighton Predictions

  • Wolves have lost only two of their last 12 games at home
  • Brighton have won only two of their last 11 away games in the Premier League
  • Both teams have scored in nine of Wolves’ last 13 home matches

Home is where the heart is for Wolves

Only one point separates Wolves and Brighton in the Premier League table but the recent form suggests home advantage could work the oracle in this FA Cup fifth round showdown at Molineux.

These two played out a goalless draw at the Amex at the end of January which means Wolves have lost only three of their last 15 matches in all competitions.

Wolves have recorded back-to-back wins over Tottenham and Sheffield United and they have excelled at home this season, losing only two of their last 11 league fixtures at Molineux.

That run of results includes victories over Manchester City, Tottenham and Chelsea, plus draws with Aston Villa and Newcastle, and they should fancy their chances at home to Brighton.

Inconsistent Seagulls tough to trust

Despite winning away at Stoke and Sheffield United in the previous two rounds, the Seagulls have flattered to deceive on their travels this term with only two wins in their last 11 league outings on the road.

Roberto De Zerbi’s side are becoming pretty unpredictable, as the 4-0 thrashing away at Luton last month indicates, and they may be beaten by Wolves, who have won six of their last nine matches in the Premier League.

Five of Wolves’ six home wins in the Premier League this season have been by a single goal and correct-score punters should side with them to record a 2-1 success.

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