Wolves Vs Brighton Betting Tip: Both To Score – 7 March 2020

Both sides can contribute to lively Molineux contest

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Wolverhampton Wanderers Vs Brighton Hove & Albion

Saturday, 7 March 2020 – 15:00 GMT Kick-Off
English Premier League
Pick: Both Teams to Score
Odds: Evens
Bookmaker: Betway

(All betting odds displayed were correct at time of writing: 4 March 2020 at 14:50 GMT)

Preview: Both teams will feel they have so much riding on this game, which should ensure a competitive encounter breaks out a Molineux between the in-form hosts, Wolves, and a relegation-threatened Brighton.
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Wolves Preview – Champions League football now within sight?

No team has registered more points (35) from losing positions since the start of last season than Wolves (6th – W10 D12 L6), who were at it again last weekend as they twice came from behind before recording a vitally important 3-2 victory away to Tottenham. Important for the simple reason that it lifted them up into sixth-place and only three points behind a Chelsea team in fourth who are now clinging on to that final Champions League berth.

Wolves were the only team inside the top-half of the table to win during the latest round of top-flight matches, which is remarkable in itself. Coupled with their recent progression in the Europa League following a comprehensive 6-3 aggregate victory over Spanish side Espanyol, you could say it has been a very productive period for the club who have now won three of the last four matches in all competitions (W3 L1) whilst scoring at least two goals in each.

Confidence soaring and momentum in toe, Nuno Espirito Santo’s team should take some stopping this weekend especially as they will be fresher for their absence from the midweek bout of FA Cup games. A full week of recuperation should therefore enable the Wolves boss to name his strongest XI without too much concern for potential fatigue, while only Adama Traore appears doubtful with another suspected dislocated shoulder. Meanwhile, Jota and Jimenez have now both netted in the past two league fixtures.

Wolves & Both To Score



Brighton Preview – Misfiring Seagulls too good to be relegated?

Following last Saturday’s 1-0 home defeat to Crystal Palace, Brighton (15th – W6 D10 L12) manager Graham Potter must be scratching his head at where his team’s next win will come from? Because the upcoming schedule is brutal to say the least, with six of the next seven opponents nestled in the top-half of the league table. Unsurprisingly, The Seagulls are into 5/2 (WilliamHill) to be relegated, which still seems awfully big for team only one point above the drop and boasting one win from the last thirteen league games.

Not since registering what appeared at the time as a fairly routine 2-0 scoreline at home to Bournemouth, on 28 December, have Brighton fans had anything worth shouting about. Throw in an early exit from the FA Cup and these are desperate times. Premier League survival is all important though, but even that now hangs in the balance after a winless drought spanning eight games (D5 L3). Were they to go down, though, they may end up being regarded as one of the better sides to ever do so.

Some of the football under Potter is incisive and attractive but too often lacks a clinical finish, as evidenced by the fact no more than one goal was scored in seven of the past eight matches. Last week even seen them set a personal record for most shots ever attempted in the Premier League (24) by the club – but a goal still proved elusive, for a team who are massively underperforming on their xGF this season (1.5xGF average but scoring 1.1).

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Wolves Vs Brighton Betting Advice

Whatever angle we approach this from, there does only appear to be one winner. Wolves can do little wrong right now. Progression in Europe and now within striking distance of the Champions League places, there really shouldn’t be any let up from Nuno Espirito Santo’s side who truly are in terrific form with three wins from four in all competitions, including the most recent two league fixtures. Conversely, Brighton are without a win in eight league matches and won only once in thirteen previous away outings (W1 D4 L8).

Wolves Vs Brighton – Key Facts

  • Wolves have now won back-to-back games in the league for the fourth time this season – they’ve not managed three consecutive wins since May 2019 though.
  • Brighton are the only Premier League side without a win in 2020 (D5 L3).
  • According to Opta, Wolves have never beaten Brighton in England’s top tier, drawing twice and losing seven of their nine such meetings.


The reverse fixture at The Amex finished 2-2 in December and, although one of these sides is clearly in better form, another entertaining encounter seems likely. Wolves don’t tend to record many clean sheets and have a tendency to fall behind before hitting their stride. Brighton, meanwhile, regularly create chances despite not scoring enough, but have still netted in 10 of 14 away games this season. Both Teams to Score, therefore, appears to be too big at the prices.

Best Betting Odds for Wolves Vs Brighton

Wolves – 4/6 (Unibet)
Draw – 3/1 (Unibet)
Brighton – 5/1 (BetVictor)