Crystal Palace vs Wolves Predicted Lineups – More Selhurst Park Worries for Wolves?

After failing to get wins and goals in significant numbers from the matches against Arsenal and Brentford, Crystal Palace were delighted to have picked up a 4-2 success over Plymouth in the League Cup. Manager Roy Hodgson has struggled to cope with the lack of creativity within the team, but the positives seen from scoring four goals is likely to assist the team. Meanwhile, Wolves picked up a second consecutive victory after the 5-0 success over Blackpool. Even though Wolves were able to get the rub of the green in the 1-0 win over Everton, manager Gary O’Neill will be pleased about the timing of the home success over Blackpool.

Crystal Palace vs Wolves Predicted Lineups and News

Crystal Palace – Will Hodgson’s Team Get Back to Wins?

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Crystal Palace progressed into the third round of the League Cup after getting the better of Plymouth in a tricky encounter away from home. However, Roy Hodgson’s team has struggled to open up opponents so far this season. This could once again be a problem for Palace. However, Selhurst Park has usually been a strong ground for Crystal Palace and visiting teams often find it very difficult to get a positive result from this location.

Team news: Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace are still missing Michael Olise and this has a big impact in terms of creating chances. The London outfit were able to make some decent acquisitions in the summer transfer window, but they will be without new arrival Matheus Franca for the upcoming match. Franca is still suffering from a back problem. Meanwhile, Will Hughes has a knee problem that makes him a doubt for the game. After an impressive League Cup performance, Jean-Philippe Mateta could be given a place in the starting line-up by Roy Hodgson.

Crystal Palace Predicted Lineups (4-2-3-1):

Sam Johnstone, Joel Ward, Joachim Andersen, Marc Guehi, Tyrick Mitchell, C. Oumar Doucoure, Jefferson Lerma, Jordan Ayew, Eberechi Eze, Jeffrey Schlupp, Odsonne Edouard

Wolves – Can Wolves Continue Their Winning Streak?

Wolves have seen a number of departures over the summer and the list has only increased on transfer deadline day thanks to the departure of Matheus Nunes. Gary O’Neill has a tough task on his hands to try and pick up results even with the weakened squad. However, there is a big positive for the Midlands outfit in the form of the back-to-back victories that they have picked up in the Premier League and League Cup.

Team news: Wolves

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Wolves saw the departure of Matheus Nunes to Manchester City. This is a big blow for the Midlands outfit, who have Joe Hodge unavailable for the game due to a hamstring injury. Hwang Hee-chan is also likely to miss the match because of the same problem, but manager Gary O’Neill will be making a late call on his availability.

Wolves Predicted Lineups (4-4-1-1):

Daniel Bentley, Nelson Semedo, Craig Dawson, Max Kilman, Hugo Bueno, Pablo Sarabia, Joao Gomes, Mario Lemina, Pedro Neto, Matheus Cunha, Fabio Silva

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