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| On Updated : Sep 17, 2020 7:30 PM IST

WOL vs STK Dream11 Match Prediction Wolves vs Stoke City English League Cup 17 September

WOL vs STK Dream11 Prediction

Wolverhampton Wanderers will be back in action as they take on Stoke City in Round 2 of the English League Cup. Wolves kicked off their Premier League campaign in style as they registered a comfortable 2-0 win over Sheffield United. They are considered as one of the most tactical astute sides in the top division under Nunu Espirito and can once again have thing or two to say in the long season ahead. Wolves finished at the 7th spot in the league with 59 points to their names. Stoke City on the other end finished 16th in the Championship with 56 points and can’t afford to rest on their laurels against the resilient Wolves unit. With that being said, here is the Dream 11 Prediction for the game ahead.

WOL vs STK Dream11 Major League Soccer

Date and Time: September 17, 11:30 PM (IST)
Venue: Molineux Stadium

Head to Head

Interestingly, it's Stoke City that has ensured their dominance in the last six meetings, by winning four games. One game has ended on level terms, while just the one game has been won by Wolves during the same time period.

Recent Form

Wolves: WLWLW

Stoke City: WLWWD

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

Wolves Team News

Injury update, unavailability: Jonny is ruled out as a result of an injury.

Expected Changes: Ruddy should be starting in at goal, while, Kilman, Coady and Boly could form the back three in defene. Vinagre and Oskar Buur are likely to feature as the wing backs. Ruben Neves, Vitinha and Dendoncer could partner along in central midfield. Fabio Silva and Diogo Jota are in contention to lead the charge up front. They can be added into the Dream11 fantasy football side.

Wolves Playing 11 (Probable)

Ruddy
Kilman
Coady
Boly
Vinagre
Neves
Dendoncker
Buur
Silva
Jota

Stoke City Team News

Injury update, unavailability: Ryan Shawcross is in doubt to start for the visitors.

Expected Changes: Butland should be starting in between the sticks, while, Collins, Danny Batth and Harry Souttar could form the back three in defence. Tommy Smith and James McClean could be the wing backs, whereas, Tom Ince,  Thompson and Josh Tymon could fill in at the midfield region. Jacob Brown and Lee Gregory are likely to lead the attack up top.

Stoke City Playing 11 (Probable)

Butland
Collins
Bath
Souttar
Smith
Ince
Thompson
Tymon
McClean
Brown
Gregory

WOL vs STK Dream11 Teams

Goalkeeper – Butland
Defenders –  Martins Indi, Batth, Dendoncker, Coady, Tymon
Midfielders –  Ince, Neves (VC), Vinagre
Forwards – Jota (C), Neto

Captain Picks

Diego Jota can pack a punch in the forward line for Wolves. Jota bagged 21 goals from48 appearances ini the previous season. He should make it to the WOL vs STK Dream11 Team.

Jacob Brown can be one of the central figures in the final third region for Stoke City. Brown has netted three goals, and has nine assists to his name from 40 appearances last season.

X factors, differential picks

Ruben Neves has been one of the mainstays in midfield for Wolves. Neves has four goals, two assists last season, and is also a key set piece taker.

Lee Gregory can also play a pivotal role in the advanced position for Stoke City. Gregory has six goals and three assists from 40 appearances in the previous season.

WOL vs STK Today Match Prediction Football Match

Stoke City are on the back of an underwhelming season in the Championship and have yet another stern test ahead as they take on Wolves. Considering the tactical astuteness, quality and depth in their squad, as well as the experience, Wolves will be heading into the fixture as favourites to win as per the today match prediction odds by 1.53 as per bet365.

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