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WOL vs CRY Dream11 Match Prediction Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Crystal Palace FA Cup 9 January

WOL vs CRY Dream11: It's an all-Premier League affair in the FA Cup 3rd round as Wolverhampton Wanderers prepare to host Crystal Palace at Molineux Stadium on late Friday night (IST). Here is WOL vs CRY Dream 11 Match Prediction.
This will be the first meeting between these two teams in the FA Cup since 2010, with Palace winning the last encounter courtesy of a six-minute hattrick from Danny Butterfield. Wolves will have some ghosts to exorcise as well as they have been eliminated in the 3rd round last season as well.


Fixture Name And Competition: Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Crystal Palace: FA Cup
Date & Time: 01:30 AM (IST), 9 January
Venue: Molineux Stadium


Recent form:

Wolverhampton Wanderers: They are on a four-game winless run, all in the Premier League, with two of those games ending in defeats.
Crystal Palace: The Eagles are 14th on the points table and are fresh off snapping their five-game winless run at the weekend, after winning 2-0 against still winless Sheffield United.


Head-to-head (last five meetings)

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Both teams have been in-and-out of the Premier League and played at lower tiers. That's why there have been only 68 previous meetings between Wolverhampton Wanderers and Crystal Palace. But that number will most probably increase with time as both teams are now established in the Premier League. Wolves will be looking to build on their last two wins against the Palace.

Wolverhampton Wanderers Wins- 03
Draws– 01
Crystal Palace Wins– 01

Last meeting: 2-0 win for Wolves in the Premier League.
Live Streaming FA Cup: Sony Sports Network has official rights for FA Cup matches in India.


WOL vs CRY Dream11 Prediction Team News, Injury Report, Starting Lineups

Wolverhampton Wanderers Team News

Injury Report, Unavailability: Wolves are without as many as four first-team players for this tie, with two more on the cautioned list.
Super striker Raul Jimenez has returned to doing fitness work following a fractured skull. But the Mexican international is likely to be out for the unforeseeable future.
Leander Dendoncker has returned to training after two months out with an injury but the FA Cup tie against Palace may come too soon for him.
Centre-back Willy Bolly is also stepping up his fitness routine but may not be included due to the lack of match fitness.
Jonny and Daniel Podence are both nursing injuries as well and won't feature in this game.

Expected changes: Time for No-2 John Ruddy to step up into the goalie role here as Nuno makes changes for this game.
But the ever-reliable and club captain Conor Coady is expected to start at the back.
Summer capture Nelson Semedo will start in the advance wing role with Ait-Nouri operating on the opposite flank.
Fabio Silva could use with a goal here and should start right from the off, with Traore as his partner upfront.

Wolverhampton Wanderers Starting XI (probables):
Ruddy (GK)
Semedo
Kilman
Coady
Ait Nouri
Moutinho
Neves
Traore
Vitinha
Otasowie
Silva


Crystal Palace Team News

Injury Report, Unavailability: Palace are one of the worst-hit teams in the league at the moment with no fewer than six first-team players out injured.
Former Chelsea centre-back Gary Cahill continues to recover and won't feature anytime soon.
Jeffrey Schlupp, Martin Kelly, Connor Wickham, Wayne Hennessey and Nathan Ferguson are also out injured.
In addition, striker Christian Benteke is carrying a knock and will be assessed before the match.

Expected changes: Wilfried Zaha is likely to be given a reprieve here but could be named on the bench.
Michy Batshuayi should lead the attack, which means, Benteke being named on the bench.
Considering Wolves are the opponent, Roy Hodgson is likely to name summer recruit and Palace's most in-form player Eberechi Eze in his starting 11.

Crystal Palace Starting XI (probables):
Butland (GK)
Ward
Dann
Sakho
Van Aanholt
Townsend
McCarthy
Riedewald
Eze
Ayew
Batshuayi


WOL vs CRY Dream 11 Prediction

GK: J Butland
DEF: C Coady, R Saiss, M Sakho
MID: A Traore (C), J Moutinho, E Eze (VC), J McCarthy
FW: F Silva, M Batshuayi, J Ayew


WOL vs CRY Teams Captain options, Differential Picks

Wilfried Zaha: If he starts, he can make all the difference to how both team approach this game. Zaha is one of those players who can make the biggest impact out of nothing. He is a good captain option in Dream 11 prediction teams.
Adama Traore: It could be a feast if both Zaha and Traore start this match. Both are speed merchants and can be unplayable at times.


X-factors, differential picks

Eberechi Eze: Wolves were also after him in the summer, but Eze chose to be Eagle than Wolves. Crystal Palace are smiling now as Eze is already making all the right noise in the league with his value rocketing.
Moutinho and Neves: The duo is amongst the mist crucial players for Wolves. Both can pick a game-defining pass deep from the midfield.


WOL vs CRY Today Match Prediction Football Match

Bet 365 Odds
Wolverhampton Wanderers To Win: 2.00 Or 50.00% chance to win
Draw: 3.30 Or 30.30% chance to win
Crystal Palace to Win: 4.00 Or 25.00% chance to win

BetWay
Wolverhampton Wanderers To Win: 2.00 Or 50.00% chance to win
Draw: 3.20 Or 31.25% chance to win
Crystal Palace to Win: 3.60 Or 27.78% chance to win

As you can see, the Today Match Prediction odds above, the home team is being seen as a slight favourite to win this match. So choose your WOL vs CRY Dream11 Match Prediction teams wisely.


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