Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Newcastle United tips Damian GiZo
Wolverhampton in last weekend picked up a potentially crucial 3-1 win away to Everton, keeping them in 7th place in the Premier League. 7th place is likely to yield a Europa League qualifying spot, so a victory against one of their main challengers for that position is a massive boost to their chances of continental qualification. There’s no doubting that they deserve it either. The Molineux club have lived up to all of the high expectations placed upon them since their promotion from the Championship. That win over The Toffees made it 3 wins on the bounce in the Premier League, and they have only lost 3 of their last 11 league outings. Newcastle are having a less successful season, with a dismal start to the campaign still haunting them as we head into the business end of the season. Their unfortunate loss to Spurs last weekend leaves them 15th in the table, just 2 points clear of the first of the relegation spots.
Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Newcastle United tips Marc Lawrenson
Newcastle's new signing Miguel Almiron should make his debut and I am looking forward to seeing how he gets on. I have seen lots of footage of him and he looks like a player but it will be an interesting night for him because the Premier League is very different to the MLS, and Wolves are a team in form. Of all the teams chasing seventh place, Nuno Espirito Santo's team are definitely the most consistent in terms of performances, and I can see them getting a fourth-straight win on Monday. Source: BBC
Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Newcastle United tips underdogger
The December meeting between the pair resulted in an away win for Wolves by a 2-1 scoreline. The home side come into this fixture off the back of three wins in the league beating Everton 3-1 last time out. Newcastle have won two of their last three fixtures one of which an excellent result against Manchester City. Their away form leaves a lot to be desired winning just two of twelve but they have played five of the top six away from home which would be tough enough for any side. They have a couple of impressive results away at Watford and Everton getting 1-1 draws at both. Wolves will meet a Newcastle side looking to choose their moments and give up a lot of the ball to Wolves. I fancy a draw between the sides as Newcastle do have the quality to trouble most sides.