|Avg. Match Goals||3.3|
|Avg. Goals Scored||1.9|
|Avg. Goals Against||1.4|
|Avg. Match Goals||2.6|
|Avg. Goals Scored||1.6|
|Avg. Goals Against||1|
|Avg. Match Goals||3.5|
|Avg. Goals Scored||2.1|
|Avg. Goals Against||1.4|
|19.09.19||Wolves||0 - 1||Braga|
|14.09.19||Wolves||2 - 5||Chelsea|
|01.09.19||Everton||3 - 2||Wolves|
|29.08.19||Wolves||2 - 1||Torino|
|25.08.19||Wolves||1 - 1||Burnley FC|
|22.08.19||Torino||2 - 3||Wolves|
|19.08.19||Wolves||1 - 1||Manchester United|
|15.08.19||Wolves||4 - 0||Pyunik|
|11.08.19||Leicester City||0 - 0||Wolves|
|08.08.19||Pyunik||0 - 4||Wolves|
|01.08.19||Crusaders||1 - 4||Wolves|
|25.07.19||Wolves||2 - 0||Crusaders|
|20.07.19||Wolves||0 - 0||Man City|
|17.07.19||Newcastle United||0 - 4||Wolves|
|12.05.19||Liverpool||2 - 0||Wolves|
|04.05.19||Wolves||1 - 0||Fulham FC|
|27.04.19||Watford FC||1 - 1||Wolves|
|24.04.19||Wolves||3 - 1||Arsenal|
|20.04.19||Wolves||0 - 0||Brighton|
|13.04.19||Southampton FC||2 - 1||Wolves|
|07.04.19||Watford FC||3 - 2||Wolves|
|02.04.19||Wolves||2 - 1||Manchester United|
|30.03.19||Burnley FC||2 - 0||Wolves|
|16.03.19||Wolves||2 - 1||Manchester United|
|10.03.19||Chelsea||1 - 1||Wolves|
|02.03.19||Wolves||2 - 0||Cardiff City|
|26.02.19||Huddersfield Town||1 - 0||Wolves|
|23.02.19||Bournemouth||1 - 1||Wolves|
|17.02.19||Bristol City||0 - 1||Wolves|
|11.02.19||Wolves||1 - 1||Newcastle United|
|05.02.19||Wolves||3 - 2||Shrewsbury Town|
|02.02.19||Everton||1 - 3||Wolves|
|29.01.19||Wolves||3 - 0||West Ham|
|26.01.19||Shrewsbury Town||2 - 2||Wolves|
|19.01.19||Wolves||4 - 3||Leicester City|
|14.01.19||Man City||3 - 0||Wolves|
|07.01.19||Wolves||2 - 1||Liverpool|
|02.01.19||Wolves||0 - 2||Crystal Palace|
|29.12.18||Tottenham||1 - 3||Wolves|
|26.12.18||Fulham FC||1 - 1||Wolves|
|21.12.18||Wolves||0 - 2||Liverpool|
|15.12.18||Wolves||2 - 0||Bournemouth|
|09.12.18||Newcastle United||1 - 2||Wolves|
|05.12.18||Wolves||2 - 1||Chelsea|
|30.11.18||Cardiff City||2 - 1||Wolves|
|25.11.18||Wolves||0 - 2||Huddersfield Town|
|11.11.18||Arsenal||1 - 1||Wolves|
|03.11.18||Wolves||2 - 3||Tottenham|
|27.10.18||Brighton||1 - 0||Wolves|
|20.10.18||Wolves||0 - 2||Watford FC|
Betting on English Premier League football has been made even more interesting in recent times by the arrival of Wolves into the big league as a team with immense potential, and a team capable of taking points of the super clubs (something Wolves did to great effect in the 2018/19 season).
The odds on Wolves to win the Premier League may reflect the team's status as new boys, but these are also odds in the post-Leicester era that represent the fact that an outsider could just do it again. Of all the outsiders in the Premier League, Wolves are one of the most interesting propositions in terms of potential.
With serious investment and a contacts systems which has seen the club secure the signatures of some notable international stars, as well as dynamic manager in Nuno Espirito Santo (as of the end of the 2018/19 season, beginning of the 2019/20 season), Wolves look well placed to establish themselves as regular Premier League force after years spent going between the top and second tier.
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Wolves are somewhat newcomers to the established Premier League table: for many years the team struggled in the Championship (before that League 1) and any seasons in the top flight were soon followed by a trip back down to tier two. However, recently things have begun to change for the club who play in iconic orange jerseys.
Investment has brought with it a number of star players and increased interest in the team from commercial partners, football supporters and bettors alike – betting on Wolves as a fancied outsider is now becoming a regular occurrence in English football. Indeed, in the 2018/19 season, the team from the Midlands often achieved success against the teams in the so-called Big 6, more so than any other team in the division, and Wolves even took more points off those teams than some of those Big 6 teams did themselves.
Betting on Wolves these days, therefore, is betting on a team that is not part of the elite, but a team who is a threat to that monopoly at the top of the English football pyramid. And when Wolves play any other team in the division, especially at their Molineux home, the odds on Wolves are usually rather short for a team outside of the elite. Many educated observers fancy the team to continue its startling recent progress, and therefore outright odds on Wolves to gain success have been steadily coming down, with intrepid and astute punters looking to get behind the team at competitive odds. Those odds can be made even more competitive by using our odds comparison tool to ensure you get the best available odds when betting on Wolves.
The team known as Wolves to English football fans have a long and glorious history that features iconic moments, notable achievements and legendary players. Of all Wolves players, perhaps one name stands out above all others in terms of English football history: Billy Wright. The iconic Wright captained his country a staggering 90 times (including at three World Cups) and was the first international footballer to reach 100 caps for his country. Wolves' greatest successes as a club also came about while Wright was the team's captain.
Those successes in the 1950s were the halcyon days of Wolves football, and the club has struggled to repeat those successes ever since. There have been brief moments of glory, such as the team securing League Cup success in the 1970s, and a notable run to the UEFA Cup Final in 1971/72. However, many of those intervening seasons have been spent in the second tier of English football, and the club became somewhat of a yo-yo team in the 2000s, forever it seemed slipping between the Premier League and the Championship.
Indeed, football punters would have been forgiven for having seen Wolves slip off their betting radar for long periods during these fallow years. Although the club often had well-known players, the rub of green didn't seem to exist for the team, and Wolves odds reflected that fact that this was a team often in turmoil as opposed to a team ready to compete.
However, recent years have seen a major takeover at the club and the arrival of established international stars which have seen the odds on Wolves attaining success slashed from where they were just a few years ago. The team look set to establish themselves as a regular Premier League force playing their games at the iconic Molineux stadium, and betting on Wolves as a competitive Premier League team is becoming increasingly common place.
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