Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Bournemouth tips EPLmaster
Five losses in the last six matches have left Bournemouth way off the top four, despite their quality and early season ambition. They can’t be blamed though for the tough luck; the team has had to play Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool in the period, and lost all four as well as one which was considered winnable, against Newcastle. Before their slump, Bournemouth had picked 10 points from a possible 12 in four matches as they went through a six – match unbeaten run. It is not going to get any easier for them, with matches against Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United still lurking in the near future but for now they can focus on Wolves, with an aim of stopping them after two straight wins, one of them against Chelsea. For the second time in 12 matches, they failed to score in the 4 – 0 loss to Liverpool, but there’s no denying their prowess in attack, led by Callum Wilson, who is on eight goals. Wolves have a better defensive record compared to Bournemouth, having conceded 19 in 16 matches, seven lesser than Bournemouth’s tally but Bournemouth have scored more – 25, which is eight more than Wolves’ tally. Six of Bournemouth’s seven away league matches have ended in over 2.5 goals while they have scored in each of the last four away league matches. On the other hand, Wolves have conceded in each of the last four league matches at home, while two have yielded over 2.5 goals.
Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Bournemouth tips Marc Lawrenson
Without the injured Callum Wilson up front, Bournemouth never really threatened Liverpool last week but the good news for the Cherries is that he could be fit for this game. I still think Wolves will win, though. Their last-minute winner at Newcastle kept up their momentum after their win over Chelsea, and they will be full of confidence at the moment. Source: BBC
Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Bournemouth tips Anande Ikyo Yese
The law of diminishing returns will take its effect on wolves today