Kick-off: 2000, 11/08/2020
Stadium: MSV Arena
TV: BT Sport
Sevilla looked a very professional side when knocking Roma out of the Europa League and are fancied to see off Wolves in the quarter-finals.
Wanderers are another well-drilled outfit who play with plenty of spirit, but may just be a bit behind their Spanish opponents in overall quality.
Punters can get 23/20 for Los Rojiblancos to get the job done in normal time and that is our first Wolves vs Sevilla prediction.
A Look At Wolverhampton Wanderers’ Betting Odds
Wolves did what they do best in the second leg of their clash with Olympiakos at Molineux on Thursday night.
Having drawn 1-1 in Greece, Wanderers claimed an early lead via a Raul Jimenez penalty and then held firm at the back in the face of some strong pressure.
However, Olympiakos were unfortunate to have a goal ruled out for offside by the narrowest of margins and Ahmed Hassan should have scored with a close-range header late on.
Nuno Espirito Santo said: “Now we will rest and we’ll focus on Sevilla. We are going to face a very good opponent. It’s going to be tough but let’s make this final effort.”
A patchy end to the Premier League campaign saw Wolves lose key games to Arsenal, Sheffield United and Chelsea, though, with a lack of sparkle evident.
They failed to score in any of those fixtures and 9/4 for Wanderers to lose to nil here appeals from the Wolves vs Sevilla odds.
A Look At Sevilla’s Betting Odds
Sevilla are unbeaten in 18 matches in all competitions following a clinical 2-0 triumph over Roma at this Duisburg venue.
The Spaniards, who have lifted this trophy a record five times, took control with first-half goals from Sergio Reguilon and Youssef En-Nesyri.
Roma huffed and puffed throughout the second period but Los Rojiblancos keeper Bono was rarely troubled.
Captain Jesus Navas, formerly of Manchester City, told UEFA: “We were on it from minute one.
“We will come up against a tough opponent in the quarters but we need to carry on what we’re doing.”
Reguilon added: “We’re a tight-knit group – we are a team in every sense of the word. We want to win this tournament, we want to win everything we can.”
With the impressive Ever Banega pulling the strings in midfield, this is a technically-gifted team at the top of their game.
Five wins from their final six La Liga matches saw Sevilla end up level on points with third-placed Atletico Madrid and that highlights the level they are at.
Let’s add 35/4 for Julen Lopetegui’s side to oblige 2-0 again to our Wolves vs Sevilla betting tips.
WOLVES 1-0 Olympiakos – Raul Jimenez (pen)
SEVILLA 2-0 Roma – Sergio Reguilon, Youssef En-Nesyri
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