Tuesday, October 18 at 21:45, Brighton meets Wolves in a match of the round number 13 of the Championship.
After a timid start, the band’s Chris Hughton has found the form that made her famous in the previous edition, managed to climb up to 4th place with 22 points. As expected, it is the best defensive weapon ‘Seagull’, who collected 9 goals so far, the fewest, tied with Huddersfield and Ipswich. In the previous stage has evolved throughout the ‘Amex Stadium’, where he missed the victory in the minutes of extension after Baldock and Murray led Brighton in advantage, but in the 90th minute + 1 Makienok scored the equalizer for Preston and score at finished 2-2.
Walter Zenga Wolves led by 12 after as many stages with 16 points, with a goal slightly positive one. However, “Wolves” have failed to win in three previous meetings, suffering two defeats in the previous stage and came back with a point at Birmingham in the game with Aston Villa. Interestingly get as many goals as marks, which explains that both have scored in this period of three disputes without success. Nine of the 16 goals scored by Wolves in the current season, came over the 6 games played on foreign land, they have collected 8 points.
Probable teams: Brighton – Wolves
Brighton (4-2-2): Stockdale – Bruno – Duffy – Dunk – Bong – Knockaert – Sidwell – Norwood – Murphy – Baldock – Murray
Wolves (4-3-3): Ikem – Iorfa – Batth – Hause – Doherty – Saïss – Coady – Edwards – Costa – Bodvarsson – Cavaleiro
In theory it seems to be a difficult match for the host band, which is with high morale after a series of five consecutive matches without failure, however, is a team Wolves gruff, able to cling to the only opportunity he has. However, all in all, Chris Hughton is an experienced coach who knows how to motivate students so sit nature, how can gain at least a point. I am counting on a new success of “The Seagull”, given that Wolves gets very easy when evolving away goals.