Wolves come back from the international break in eighth place with the Champions League unlikely but still hopes for the Europa League. Aston Villa are ninth but ten points behind their opponents here.
It has been a mixed bag of late for the Black Country outfit with four wins and four defeats in their last eight. Villa meanwhile have suffered back-to-back defeats but also have three wins and three defeats in six.
At Molienux, Wanderers are also fifty-fifty with three wins and three defeats in their last six in front of their own fans. Their Midlands rivals have three victories and three losses in their last six on the road.
It is six goals from their last two games for Wolves with Daniel Podence grabbing two in his last four. Phillippe Coutinho has two in his last four while Matty Cash and Ollie Watkins have two in five.
Three of their last five for the Black Country outfit have gone under 2.5 goals while this is seven of 12 when just looking at home matches. Four of the last seven Villa matches have gone under 2.5 goals.
Wolves vs Aston Villa: Match Stats
These two teams are in and out of form at the moment and with local bragging rights at stake in this Midlands derby this could be a tight one. Backing the game to finish all-square appeals between two sides sat next to each other in the table.
The hosts are missing Raul Jimenez while the visitors are lacking a regular goal threat at the moment. Sticking with the game to be a draw and throw in under 2.5 goals which covers a 0-0 and a 1-1 correct score.
16 October 2021- Aston Villa 2-3 Wolves- Premier League
6 March 2021 – Aston Villa 0-0 Wolves- Premier League
12 December 2020 – Wolves 0-1 Aston Villa- Premier League
27 June 2020 – Aston Villa 0-1 Wolves- Premier League
10 November 2019 – Wolves 2-1 Aston Villa- Premier League
It was an entertaining affair when these sides met at Villa Park in October with Wolves winning that one 3-2 scoring all three goals in the last ten minutes. It continues an interesting trend that has seen the side hosting fail to win any of their last four.