Wolves predicted lineup vs Crystal Palace, Preview, Latest Team News, Prediction and Live Stream, FA Cup 2020/21
Wolves host Crystal Palace at the Molineux Stadium in the third round of FA CUP and will be looking to advance further in the competition as they chase a silverware with Nuno Espirito Santo and Alley Sport is here with Wolves predicted lineup vs Crystal Palace.
Wolves come into this game with a draw against Brighton in the Premier league where Romian Saiss, an own goal from Brighton’s Dan Burn and Ruben Neves scored for Wolves. Brighton replied via Aaron Connolly and Neal Maupay’s penalty and Lewis Dunk in the seventieth minute.
Crystal Palace come into this game with a 2-0 win over Sheffield United with first half goals from Jeffrey Schlupp and youngster Eberechi Eze sealing the win for the Eagles.
Wolves predicted lineup vs Crystal Palace Preview
Wolves and Crystal Palace last met in FA Cup in 2010 when a six minute hat-trick from from Palace’s Danny Butterfield gave the win to Eagles with a score line of 3-1.
Three of the last five FA Cup games between Wolves and Crystal Palace have gone into replays and all the replays have been won by Palace, meanwhile the ties without replay have won by Wolves. Wolves have been knocked out in the six of their last eight FA Cup third round ties, Last time, they were eliminated by Manchester United.
Wolves predicted lineup vs Crystal Palace Team News
Willy Boly and Leander Dendoncker missed Saturday’s fixture and look doubtful for this match.The first-choice pair will join longer-term absentees Jonny Castro and Raul Jimenez on the sidelines.Castro has stepped up his recovery from a serious knee injury and is on the verge of a return to the squad, Fernando Marcal or Rayan Ait-Nouri will replace for the Spain international on the left flank.
Wolves star of the season Daniel Podence is out with a calf injury and will not be risked as Wolves have important fixtures in January. Here is our Wolves predicted lineup vs Crystal Palace:
Wolves predicted lineup vs Crystal Palace
Wolves possible starting XI:-
GK: John Ruddy
RB: Nelson Semedo
RCB: Conor Coady
LCB: Max Kilman
LB: Rayan Ait-Nouri
DM: Joao Moutinho
CM: Ruben Neves
RW: Adama Traore
CAM: Vítor Ferreira
LW: Pedro Neto
ST: Fábio Silva
We Predict that Wolves will win the game 2-1.
Fans in UK can watch the match on BT Sport on Friday 8th from 7:45 PM BST, while Indian fans can catch all the action on the SONY TEN 3 and also can be streamed live on SonyLIV app Saturday 9th from 1:15 AM IST.
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