After being held to a goalless draw against struggling Leicester on Saturday, Palace go into the game with just one win from their last six in the Premier League, although that did come in their last game at Selhurst Park against Leeds. All three of Patrick Vieira’s team’s defeats have come against ‘Big Six’ sides so far in 2022/23 and he will be hoping that Palace can make it four wins on the bounce against Steve Davis’ men.
Wolves will be looking to avoid the unwanted record of failing to score in five consecutive Premier League away games for the first time, while a defeat at Selhurst Park would also make it 10 straight games without an away win. Ruben Neves’ penalty gave them a much needed three points against Nottingham Forest at the weekend and another win here would see them record back-to-back victories in the league for the first time this campaign.
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Crystal Palace vs Wolves match stats
Each of the last six meetings between these two sides have been won to nil, with Crystal Palace coming out victorious in each of the last three, including a 2-0 win at Molineux back in March. Wolves have struggled in front of goal this term, finding the back of the net just four times in their 10 Premier League games whilst failing to score in each of their last four away games in the competition.
Talisman Wilfried Zaha has been in superb goalscoring form in 2022, with only four players bettering the Ivorian’s tally of 13 in the Premier League during this calendar year.
The forward has also impressed at Selhurst Park so far in 2022/23, scoring three times in his five home games, which is just one short of the rest of his teammates combined (4) and will be looking to make it three goals in his last three matches against Wolves.