Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Slovan Bratislava Predictions & Betting Odds – 7th November 2019

Huge Europa League win for Wolves

Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Slovan Bratislava Betting Tips – UEFA Europa League, 7th November 20.00pm

Nuno Espirito Santo’s Wolverhampton Wanderers face Jan Kozak’s Slovan Bratislava at Molineux in a vital UEFA Europa League group game on Thursday night. Braga are top of Group K on seven points, with Wolves just a point adrift in second. Meanwhile, Slovan head to Wolves two points behind. This promises to be an enthralling cup tie in the Midlands, but can Wanderers take a big leap towards the knockout rounds with a win?

Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Slovan Bratislava Betting Odds*

Wolverhampton Wanderers 4/11
Draw 15/4
Slovan Bratislava 17/2
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on November 6th, 2019 at 17:00 p.m.)
Europa League Betting at Bet365

Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Slovan Bratislava Live Stats & Betting Odds

Wolverhampton Wanderers News and Form – Will Nuno’s boys move on to nine points?

After a slow start to their season, Wolverhampton Wanderers have turned a corner in recent weeks, winning half of their last eight in all competitions. Since losing to Braga in their opening Europa League group match, only Aston Villa – in the EFL Cup – have beaten Nuno’s men.

Wolves have responded very well after losing their opening Group K game at home to Portuguese outfit Braga. On matchday two, Willy Boly’s 93rd-minute goal gave them a famous 1-0 victory at Besiktas. Wolves then came from behind to beat Slovan 2-1 at Tehelne pole at the end of last month.

 

Wolves clean sheet
Yes9/10
No9/10

Bet at 22Bet

 

Wolves will take a giant step towards the Round of 32 of the Europa League with three points on their own patch this Thursday. Can Wanderers get the job done at Molineux?

Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Slovan Bratislava Head to Head

Two goals in five second-half minutes gave Wolves a 2-1 win at Slovan Bratislava two weeks ago. Romain Saiss put Wanderers level 13 minutes into the second period after Andraz Sporar’s 11th-minute opener. Raul Jimenez won the points for Wolves from the penalty spot, while Diogo jota was sent off with three minutes to go. That was the first ever meeting between the two clubs.

 

Key-Facts – Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Slovan Bratislava

  • Wolves are unbeaten at home in three games
  • Bratislava have won five of their last six across all competitions
  • Wanderers will move on to nine points with a win

 

Slovan Bratislava News and Form – Can Slovan return the compliment?

Slovan Bratislava’s Europa League group campaign started with a 4-2 win over Besiktas at Tehelne pole back in September. Andraz Sporar was the hero on the night, helping himself to a brace – there were also goals for Marin Ljubicic and Moha, with their strikes coming in injury time.

Sporar was on the scoresheet again as Slovan drew 2-2 with Braga at the Estadio Municipal in Portugal. An own goal in the 87th minute gave Bratislava a share of the spoils in Braga.

Despite letting a lead slip to lose 2-1 to Wolves at Tehelne pole last month, Slovan have been in excellent form of late. In fact, the team from the Slovakian capital have won five of their last six in all competitions. Can Slovan get revenge and claim a crucial win in the English Midlands on Thursday night?

Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Slovan Bratislava Tips & Odds

Wolverhamton Wanderers to win at 4/11
Raul Jimenez to score first at 10/3
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on November 6th, 2019 at 17:00 p.m.)

Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Slovan Bratislava Predictions

Wolverhampton Wanderers win: Wolves have not been an easy nut to crack at Molineux this season. Wanderers have played ten home games – with the first of those coming in the Europa League qualifiers back in July – and only Chelsea and Braga have won on their own patch. Meanwhile, Wolves have won two of their last three on home turf.

Wolves were excellent in the second half in the Slovakian capital two weeks back, and I’m backing Wanderers to seal a third consecutive Europa League win on Thursday. The hosts are priced at 4/11.

Mexico international Raul Jimenez is a man in red-hot form at the minute. Jimenez has scored three in his last four, including one in Bratislava last month. Overall, the Mexican has struck 11 goals for Wanderers this term. Put some money on Jimenez to score first on Thursday at 10/3.


Visit Bet365