Wednesday, November 21st, 2012
Neither Wolves nor Nottingham Forest will arrive into Saturday afternoon’s match with much to be happy about as both pre-season promotion hopefuls languish off the pace in the Npower Championship.
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Wolves have more to be concerned about at present.
After employing Stale Solbakken early in the season, Wolves form has nosedived dramatically, and they are currently in a tailspin of seven winless matches which has seen them drop from third to 16th in the table.
There is a bad stat which rams home Wolves’ present lack of confidence. This season they have lost 11 points at Molineux from winning positions – clear evidence of how the pressure from the home fans is demoralising the already under-performing players on the pitch.
What makes Wolves’ difficulties so much more aggravating for their fans is that their squad is full of talent. With players like Kevin Doyle, Slyain Ebanks-Blake, Karl Henry, Jermaine Pennant, Roger Johnson and Kevin Foley, the men is gold should be doing a lot, lot better.
Forest, currently 10th in the table, fair slightly better than their hosts having ended a run of 3 winless matches with a 1-nil defeat of Sheffield Wednesday last time out.
Jermaine Jenas will be hoping for another run out for Sean O’Driscoll, with the likes of Adlene Guedioura, Andy Reid, Billy Sharp and Simon Cox firing their front line.
Fans from the City Ground will be apprehensive though about betting no their side to pick up all three points on Saturday, as it’s a fate they’ve failed to accomplish since way back in 1980.