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Bristol City v Wolverhampton Wanderers matched betting tips for the Championship match at Ashton Gate on Saturday 30th December. Read the match preview and predictions for Bristol City v Wolves matched betting tips.
The Robins head into this weekend’s fixtures second in the table, ahead of Cardiff City on goal difference. Depending on what happens in Cardiff on Friday night, this could be a top of the table clash against Wolves who currently have an eight point advantage in the Championship title race.
Bristol City Team News
Lee Johnson looks likely to make one change from the side that beat Reading 2-0 on Boxing Day, with Jamie Paterson coming into the team. Fellow scorer Lloyd Kelly will also be hoping to play. There are a few players missing, as knee injuries will keep Famara Diedhiou, Ivan Lucic and Gary O’Neil out, while Callum O’Dowda, Eros Pisano and Jens Hegeler will play no part either.
Wolverhampton Wanderers Team News
The big news is that Wolves could be without star winger Ivan Cavaleiro for the game after he was withdrawn at half-time against Millwall due to an injury. Centre-half Willy Boly is also a doubt after picking up a knock on Boxing Day. Roderick Miranda could come into the team if needed.
Bristol City v Wolverhampton Wanderers Team Predictions
Bristol City 4-4-1-1 formation; Fielding; Wright, Flint, Baker, Magnusson; Brownhill, Pack, Smith, Bryan; Paterson; Reid
Wolves 4-4-3 formation; Ruddy; Bennett, Coady, Miranda; Doherty, Neves, Saiss, Douglas; Jota, Bonatini, Costa
Bristol City v Wolverhampton Wanderers Matched Betting Stats
Bristol City v Wolverhampton Wanderers betting stats for the last ten games:
- Bristol City – won 7, drawn 2 and lost 1
- Wolves – won 8, drawn 2 and lost 0
- Bristol City have scored an average of 1.7 goals and conceded an average of 1.0 goals per game
- Wolves have scored an average of 2.0 goals and conceded an average of 0.4 goals per game
- There have been over 2.5 goals scored in 7 of Bristol City’s previous 10 matches
- There have been over 2.5 goals scored in 3 of Wolves’ previous 10 matches
Bristol City v Wolverhampton Wanderers Goalscorer
Bristol City Leading Scorers
B Reid – appearances 24, scored 11, first goal 5
A Flint – appearances 20, scored 6, first goal 1
J Paterson – appearances 21 scored 5, first goal 3
Wolves Leading Scorers
L Bonatini – appearances 24, goals 12, first goals 3
D Jota – appearances 24, goals 10, first goal 4
I Cavaleiro – appearances 23, goals 7, first goal 4
Bristol City v Wolverhampton Wanderers Predictions
Bristol City have benefitted from Cardiff’s poor form but it’s still fair to say that they’ve slipped under the radar a little. Even die hard Robins fans would have expected them to drop off by now and they deserve every credit for being in the promotion mix with half a season gone. Whether or not they can halt Wolves’ unbeaten run remains to be seen.
Wolverhampton Wanderers are getting it right at both ends of the pitch. A glance at the stats above shows that they have been averaging two goals per game and are a tough nut to crack, conceding less than a goal every two matches. This will be a tricky game for Wolves but they are on a roll and will be confident of getting the win.
The hosts haven’t exactly been blowing teams away but have found a way of getting over the line. Wolves will be a different proposition and the visitors will be ready to pounce if Bristol City over commit in attack. This will be a close match but Wolves can take another step towards automatic promotion with a 1-2 victory.