A third of the Premier League matches between these sides have finished in a stalemate. However, all six previous matches have finished with a match-winner suggesting a draw is overdue. Everton are really struggling at the moment but only six of their 16 losses have come at home, in all competitions.
Therefore, 101 Great Goals' prediction for this match is Everton 1 - 1 Wolves and is available at odds of 6.5/1.
Alternatively, you can bet on any Everton win at 2.3/1 against The Wolves at home on Sunday.
Or, back any away win for Wolves at 3.1/1 here at Goodison Park.
You can find odds of 3.25/1 for any draw between Everton and Wolves on Sunday.
BRENTFORD, ENGLAND - JANUARY 22: Ruben Neves of Wolverhampton Wanderers celebrates scoring his teams second goal during the Premier League match between Brentford and Wolverhampton Wanderers at Brentford Community Stadium on January 22, 2022 in Brentford, England. (Photo by Chloe Knott - Danehouse/Getty Images)Bet on Everton vs Wolves at bet365 by clicking here.
Everton welcomes Wolves to Goodison Park in Liverpool on Sunday for this Premier League match. Four of the previous five matches in this head to head have been won by the home side suggesting home advantage could be integral here. Wolves have just one win in their last ten visits to Goodison Park; a 1-3 win here at the start of 2019.
Wolves were seriously struggling coming into the Thursday night re-arranged fixture against Watford. They started the season with a very successful January winning four matches in a row, in all competitions. However, five defeats in seven leading into the match against the Hornets, including three straight defeats meant the side being hinted as outsiders for League qualification were in danger of sliding out of the top half of the table.
If that is Wolves' fortune-changing match, Everton will be hoping beating Wolves will be theirs this weekend. It is safe to say the Frank Lampard (below) era hasn’t begun as expected with the Blues losing four of their five league matches since he took charge at the end of January. They come into this match having lost three games on the bounce and having conceded eight goals without reply across those matches.
The worry would be that it is arguably their biggest names contributing the least right now with Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Jordan Pickford, Michael Keane, Donny van de Beek and Richarlison among their worst performers in the 5-0 demolition at Spurs on Monday night.
Dele Alli, for whom there was much fanfare when he arrived, has managed only a handful of cameo appearances after a disappointing start against Newcastle after signing for the club on deadline day. This leaves many Everton fans suggesting a complete clearout is needed but with news of the club’s £260m in losses announced last week creating media chatter about a points deduction, not to mention the sanctions on owner Alisher Usmanov and his company USM by the UK Government, it is doubtful there would be any funds available for a squad overhaul in the summer.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin Goalscorer. - Calvert-Lewin has had a rough season with just three Premier League goals to his name, the last of which was back in August 2021. The England international is on a run of six league games without a goal for the Toffees. Despite this, he is the 2.62/1 favourite to bag a goal at any time during the game against Wolves.
Everton team news
Yerry Mina remains ruled out with a quad injury, as does Tom Davies with a high-grade tendon injury that required surgery. However, Ben Godfrey is expected to return here from the thigh injury that has caused him to miss their last five league games.
Demarai Gray and Michael Keane have both been struggling with illness for the past few weeks. Keane has needed to play due to an absence of alternative options at the back. However, Gray has only made two cameo appearances in the last 5 weeks. Both are expected to be involved here on Sunday.
Wolves team news
Matija Sarkic is ruled out for the rest of the season with a shoulder injury. Although, the Montenegro international likely wouldn’t have featured much given that he is behind both José Sá and John Ruddy in the pecking order.
Nelson Semedo is out until the start of April with a thigh injury. Ki-Jana Hoever is also ruled out with a hamstring problem. Although, given Lage’s words after the Crystal Palace match, it could be the young defender may have played his final game for the club.
Given the short amount of rest between games, it is possible we see some rotation here from Wolves with Max Kilman, Marçal, Leander Dendoncker, Pedro Neto (above), Chiquinho, Francisco Trincão and Fábio Silva the most likely players to earn a recall to the starting XI.
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