Everton predicted lineup vs Wolves, Preview, Latest Team News, Prediction and Live Stream, Premier League 2020/21
Everton will be looking to continue their good form in the league this season when they travel to the Molineux to take on Wolves, and Alley Sport is here with Everton predicted lineup vs Wolves. Carlo Ancelotti’s men have done very well this season in the Premier League, finding themselves at 7th place with a game in hand over 6th placed Southampton. Beating Wolves will give the Toffees 3 very important points as they push for continental qualification.
Everton predicted lineup vs Wolves: Match Preview
Everton defeated Rotherham United in the FA Cup 3rd Round this week in a 2-1 victory at Goodison Park. Striker Cenk Tosun put the Toffees ahead against Rotherham, after Anthony Gordon found the forward with a good through ball. Former Manchester United academy player Matt Olosunde equalized for Rotherham in the 56th minute, finding the bottom corner, past Robin Olsen. The game stayed that way for 90 minutes and the two teams entered extra time. James Rodriguez showed great vision to find Doucoure just outside the box, who then slotted past the Rotherham keeper with a fine left-footed finish.
Everton progressed to the next round of the FA Cup with this victory. Their opponents next week in the league, Wolves, also advanced to the next round by beating Crystal Palace 1-0 at the Molineux, after a goal from right winger Adama Traore. Espirito Santo’s men will be hoping to put a dent to Everton’s European ambitions when the two teams face each other at the Molineux next week.
Everton predicted lineup vs Wolves: Latest Team News
Everton will have a relatively strong squad to choose from, having only 3 injury absentees. English midfielder Fabian Delph who joined the Toffees from Man City last season, is ruled out with a hamstring injury. Ivorian defensive midfielder Jean-Philippe Gbamin is also out with an achilles tendon injury. New signing, Allan, who reunited with boss Ancelotti from Everton in the summer, is also ruled out for this game with a hamstring injury.
Wolves boss Espirito Santo will have to deal with the absence of some first-team players due to injury. Daniel Podence is out with a calf injury, while defenders Jonny and Willy Boly are also ruled out. Striker Raul Jimenez is recovering from a skull fracture and was reported to have returned to light training, but his match fitness is still in question. Full-back Marcal is also on the sidelines with a knock.
Everton predicted lineup vs Wolves
Ancelotti is expected to go with Dominic Calvert-Lewin who has been on fine form this season, after being rested for the cup match against Rotherham. Michael Keane could partner Yerry Mina in central defence, with captain Seamus Coleman and Frenchman Lucas Digne, who played for 66 minutes against Rotherham after returning from injury, could feature as full-backs. First-choice goalkeeper Jordan Pickford should return to the starting lineup following a rest against Rotherham in the FA Cup this week. Here is our Everton predicted lineup vs Wolves:
GK: Jordan Pickford
LB: Lucas Digne
CB: Michael Keane
CB: Yerry Mina
RB: Seamus Coleman (c)
CM: Abdoulaye Doucoure
CM: Tom Davies
CAM: Gylfi Sigurdsson
RW: James Rodriguez
ST: Dominic Calvert-Lewin
Everton predicted lineup vs Wolves: Score Prediction
Both teams look equally strong on paper and can be difficult to break down. Led by managers known for their solidarity in defence, we expect this game to end in a 1-1 draw, with the two sides leaving with a point each.
Wolves vs Everton, Live Stream
Indian fans can watch this match on the Star Sports Network, or stream it on Disney+ Hotstar from 0145 IST. Fans in the UK can catch all the action on Sky Sports UK from 2115 BST. What is your Everton predicted lineup vs Wolves?
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