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Wolves vs Crystal Palace in the Premier League on Mar 5. 2022 - Odds & Prediction

Wolves vs Crystal Palace in the Premier League on Mar 5. 2022 - Odds & Prediction

After a few days in the English capital, Wolves’ pair of London outings were two to forget and with slender defeats to both Arsenal and West Ham being recorded in the space of four days, their hopes of European football next season have taken a dent.

Which is why they will be looking to return to winning ways at the weekend and with Crystal Palace having a good week of their own, getting the better of Patrick Vieria’s men will be easier said than done.

  • Kindly note that all information in this preview, including whether or not the events will take place, is subject to change due to Covid-19.
Over/Under - Total GoalsUnder 2.5
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Under 2.5 Goals

When looking through the stats on one of the biggest betting sites, the tip for this encounter is one that leaps off the page and it is one where under 2.5 total goals will be the order of the day of Molineux.

Not only because Wolves score few and give away just as much this season, but also because of a glance towards their recent history with Crystal Palace. A history that has seen none of their last six encounters end with over 2.5 total goals.

Which means if you also think it will be lucky number seven and this run continues, you can back under 2.5 total goals at odds of 29/50 with SportNation. It might not be the tip that bashes the bookmakers, but it will look perfect on your weekend accumulator.

Wolves Form, squad news, opinion

It has been a largely frustrating few days for Wolves and after suffering back-to-back defeats in the Premier League, they have seen Tottenham leapfrog them after their 4-0 thrashing of Leeds on Saturday.

Which means Wolves are now once again the odd team out when looking at the European equation and if Bruno Lage’s men are to harbour any desires of a top-seven finish, then a win at the weekend will be a necessity.

Once again, slender defeats have proved to be the undoing of Wolves and although their lack of goals can be absorbed when they grind out victory, it is a rather big issue when they are edged out by the opposition.

Something that was certainly the case across both last Thursday night and Sunday afternoon and with just a goal margin being the difference between failure and some form of success, Bruno Lage will have to make sure his players are awake at both ends on Saturday.

However, Wolves are a team that never go on too bad of a run - something which is evident but their current league position and if they can bounce back at the weekend, it will ask questions of Tottenham who do not play until next Monday.

In terms of injuries and suspensions for the visit of Crystal Palace, nothing new to report after the defeat to West Ham on Sunday and this means that the defensive pair of Yerson Mosquera and Willy Boly are still out with injury.

Crystal Palace Form, squad news, opinion

Just when things were starting to get a little nervy at Selhurst Park, has the mood now began to lighten and after picking up four points from the last six that were on offer, any relegation fears have seemingly been eased for Crystal Palace.

A haul of points that were perhaps collected in the wrong order and with a trip to Watford being followed up by the visit of Burnley, you may have assumed a draw on the road would then be followed up by a win at home.

However, it was the opposite that took place within the past week and with Roy Hodgson being well beaten by his former employers, it was Sean Dyche’s men who managed to earn a point at Selhurst Park on Saturday.

Which means Patrick Vieria’s men start the weekend lying 11th in the table and if results elsewhere land in their favour, they could even find themselves in the top-half of the Premier League by Saturday night.

A standing that would suggest that there is no need for Palace to panic and in fairness, there has never really been the need for such a feeling in South London, especially as four more precious points have been added to the board.

In terms of injuries and suspensions for the trip to Wolves, it is a clean bill of health for manager Patrick Vieria and after a positive week for the Eagles, they will look to continue their momentum at Molineux.


When it comes to the rivalry between these two sides, there is little difference between the pair. However, it is Wolves who have just managed to edge the overall battle between themselves and Crystal Palace.

In terms of their overall head-to-head record, Wolves have won on 29 occasions, Crystal Palace 23 and there have been 19 draws

About the Venue

Situated in the West Midlands, Molineux has undergone a period of recent redevelopment and with this, it has meant that more Wolves supporters are now able to cheer on their favourite players on a fortnightly basis.

With COVID-19 restrictions being lifted in England, it means there is no longer the need to show a Vaccine Passport before attending the ground. Which means, match tickets are the only item that is required to be produced at the time of writing.


Looking at the Premier League odds for the ‘Without Big 6’ market, Wolves’ defeat to West Ham on Sunday has seen the Molineux outfit lengthen in price and now the Hammers seem favourites to win this particular betting battle.

However, Wolves have another battle to worry about at the weekend and with Crystal Palace finding something of an uptick in form, this could be a rather interesting encounter in the West Midlands.

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