Wolves’ fortunes have hit rock-bottom and have completely lost their form. They had picked up pace and were giving a tough fight to teams trying to grab the Top-4 spot. But 3-back to back losses have handed them a back seat. Wolves have lost their flair in all the departments and that has left the fans fuming. The players and the coach are clueless on what has happened and why there’s such a huge dip in their performance.
They were completely outplayed by Crystal Palace in their previous fixture and the Eagles grabbed all 3-points courtesy of 2-0 win. Wolves will be eager to turn the tables into their favor from this game and will need a collective team effort to do so. Wolves are 8th on the
Watford who are fighting to maintain their top-flight status gave their absolute best against Arsenal in their last game but couldn’t avoid defeat against the Gunners. They were handed a narrow 3-2 defeat which made their lives more difficult at the bottom half of the table. Watford are 3-points adrift of the safe zone.
Injuries have haunted the Hornets a lot this season. This is probably the main reason behind them not performing to the set expectations. However, the Hornets have only lost one of their last 5 away games in the league and have only conceded a single goal in that process.
With the Wolves struggling and considering Watford’s current away form, the visitors can certainly pull off a major upset and record a famous win away from home. When the two sides met earlier this season, the Wolves came out on top with a 2-0 over the visiting Hornets and they still go in as slight favorites to win the game on Friday and get back to winning ways. Raul Jimenez, Emanuel Dennis, Daniel Podence are some players you can have in your Dream11 team.
My Dream11 team for WOL vs WAT match:
Foster (GK); Femenia, Kilman, Semedo; Sissoko, Cleverly, Neves, Podence; Dennis (VC), Jimenez (C), King.
Predicted XI for the WOL vs WAT match:
Sa (GK), Kilman, Coady, Saiss; Semedo, Neves, Dendoncker, Ait-Nouri; Hwang, Jimenez, Podence
Foster (GK), Femenia, Cathcart, Samir, Kamara; Sissoko, Louza, Cleverley; Hernandez, Dennis, King
Wolverhampton Wanderers Squad:
Jose Sa (GK), Fernando Marcal, Romain Saiss, Conor Coady, Nelson Semedo, Max Kilman, Ruben Neves, Leander Dendoncker, Francisco Trincao, Hwang Hee-Chan, Fabio Silva, James Storer (GK), Rayan Ait Nouri, Ki- Jana Hoever, Joao Moutinho, Hugo Bueno, Daniel Podence, Dexter Lembikisa, Tote Antonio Gomes, Matija Sarkic (GK), Raul Jimenez, Yerson Mosquera, Willy Boly, Pedro Neto, Luke Cundle, Chem Campbell, Chiquinho Oliveira, John Ruddy (GK ), Jonny Castro Otto.
Watford FC Squad:
Ben Foster (GK), Craig Cathcart, Kiko Femenia, Samir Santos, Hassane Kamara, Tom Cleverley, Cucho Hernandez, Imran Louza, Moussa Sissoko, Joao Pedro Junqueira, Emmanuel Dennis, Jeremy Ngakia, Ismaila Sarr, Joshua King, Ken Sema, Juraj Kucka, Edo Kayembe, Adam Masina, Francisco Sierralta, Daniel Bachmann (GK), James Morris, Derek Agyakwa, William Troost-Ekong, Samuel Kalu, Danny Rose, Nicolas NKoulou, Oghenekaro Etebo, Christian Kabasele, Vincent Angelini (GK), Robert Elliot (GK), Dan Gosling, Kwadwo Baah.