WOL vs BES Dream11: Wolverhampton Wanderers play host to Besiktas in their final group game in the UEFA Europa League at Molineux Stadium. The English team sits 2nd in the group having already qualified to the knockout rounds. But the hosts will be looking to clinch the top spot, which is currently being occupied by Braga. Only one point separates these two sides and Nuno's team could yet end as group winners considering that the Portuguese outfit is on the road for their last game against Slovan Bratislava.
Wolves are unbeaten in eight games in all competitions, with their last defeat coming against Aston Villa in the Carabao League Cup. Also, Wolves have drawn one and won three in four games in Europa League, and their sole defeat remains the 0-1 loss they suffered on matchday one against Braga.
Besiktas, on the other hand, arrive on a six-game winning run in all competitions. They are challenging for the Super Lig this season, and sit 2nd on the domestic league table.
Host: Wolverhampton Wanderers
Competition: UEFA Europa League
Match Venue: Molineux Stadium
Match Timing: Friday, December 13, @01:30 AM
Dream11 Football Prediction – Odds checker:
Wolverhampton Wanderers to win: 1.45 (9/20), Probability to happen: 68.97%
Besiktas to win: 7.00 (6/1), Probability to happen: 14.29%
Draw: 4.50 (7/2), Probability to happen: 22.22%
Dream11 likely scenario:
This is a dead-rubber for Besiktas. So expect the visitors to rest some of their key players for this game, while the Wolves are looking to clinch the top spot, and will surely be in ascendency from the off.
So expect Wolves to win the game and keep a clean sheet here.
Wolverhampton Wanderers team news: Centre-back Willy Boly remains out of this game due to a long-term injury.
Super striker Raul Jimenez picked up his second yellow card in this competition and is suspended for this game as a result. Patrick Cutrone will be leading the lines for the hosts as a result.
Morgan Gibbs-White has been ruled out of this game due to a back injury, but Romain Saiss is available after a one-game European ban and could retain his spot in the starting line-up.
Nuno has suggested that he would be looking to make changes to the playing 11, and so, academy players such as Dion Sanderson and Max Kilman could get starts here.
Wolverhampton Wanderers key players:
Besiktas team news: As for Besiktas, Dorukhan Tokoz, Victor Ruiz, Douglas and Georges-Kevin Nkoudou all have been ruled out of this game.
As mentioned above, Besiktas have nothing to play in this game, with their focus now firmly on winning the Turkish Super League, so expect changes.
Besiktas key players:
Kartal Kayra Yilmaz
Wolverhampton Wanderers: Ruddy (GK), Vallejo, Bennett, Kilman, Sanderson, Saiss, Perry, Vinagre, Campbell, Cutrone, Jota
Besiktas: Karius (GK), Uysal, Vida, Roco, Rebocho, Ozyakup, Yilmaz, Boyd, Diaby, Lens, Yalcin
Defenders: Doherty, Coady, Bennett, Kilman
Midfielders: Yilmaz, Diaby, Neves, Vinagre (VC)
Attackers: Yalcin, Cutrone (C)
Wolves are favourite to win the game.