Kick-off: 1500, 23/02/2019
Stadium: Vitality Stadium
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What Trueform says for Bournemouth vs Wolves
Bournemouth have been solid on home turf all season and could be a value bet to beat Wolves at Vitality Stadium this Saturday.
Wanderers are six points above the Cherries in the Premier League table, so this is a tough test, but Chelsea were crushed 4-0 in the last game at this venue.
West Ham were also beaten 2-0 here in January and 9/5 for another home win is tempting enough to be our opening Bournemouth vs Wolves prediction.
A Look At Bournemouth’s Betting Odds
Bournemouth have since suffered back-to-back away defeats at Cardiff and Liverpool, but both of those losses can be forgiven.
Facing the Bluebirds after the disappearance of Emiliano Sala was a daunting prospect and the Reds were desperate to get their title challenge back on track.
Eddie Howe commented after the Anfield loss: “We’ve had inconsistencies and never quite found that way to produce results. We’re looking to put that right; when we’re very good, we can beat anybody.”
With a fortnight to rest and regroup, we’re hoping the Cherries are back on song this weekend.
Josh King has been in good heart this term, netting eight times in the Premier League, and 9/4 for him to score at any point appeals from the Bournemouth vs Wolves odds.
Last Bournemouth line-up: Boruc, Cook, Ake, Smith, Rico, Gosling, Surman, Lerma, Ibe, Fraser, King.
Bournemouth will give a late fitness test to Junior Stanislas (hip) but remain without key duo Callum Wilson (knee) and David Brooks (ankle).
On-loan Nathaniel Clyne is available after missing out against parent club Liverpool but Simon Francis and Lewis Cook (both knee) remain long-term absentees.
A Look At Wolverhampton Wanderers’ Betting Odds
Wolves can’t be underestimated, though, after a 1-0 FA Cup triumph at Bristol City stretched their unbeaten run to seven games.
Wanderers secured a last-eight place for the first time since 2003 when Ivan Cavaleiro’s first-half goal edged them past the Championship play-off challengers at Ashton Gate.
Nuno Espirito Santo said: “I thought we played really well in the first half; building, creating chances, scoring. The second half, we had to hold on to what we had.”
Wolves are also flying high in the league in seventh place, but they are prone to the occasional off-day, too.
Crystal Palace beat the Midlands outfit 2-0 at Molineux last month and Newcastle were a touch unfortunate to only pick up a point there recently.
We just favour the Cherries on this occasion and 19/2 for a 2-1 home victory completes our Bournemouth vs Wolves betting tips.
Last Wolves line-up: Ruddy, Doherty, Bennett, Boly, Coady, Jonny, Saiss, Moutinho, Dendoncker, Cavaleiro, Jimenez.
Wolves have no new injury worries. Rui Patricio and Ruben Neves are likely to be handed recalls while Diogo Jota has recovered from a dead leg.
Liverpool 3-0 BOURNEMOUTH
Bristol City 0-1 WOLVES – Ivan Cavaleiro
Head-to-head: Wolves 2-0 Bournemouth
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