Wolves will be hoping to make it back-to-back victories following on from their 2-0 road success at Watford thanks to a goal each from Hwang Hee Chan and Francisco Sierralta (own-goal). The result moved them into 13th through the expected goals table has them as high as third. At Molienux, they have lost both their games this season going down to the same 1-0 scoreline to Spurs and Man United.
Brentford have made a decent start to life in the Premier League with five points from four games drawing two and winning and losing one. Their defeat came last time out as they conceded a late Leandro Trossard goal to lose 1-0 at home to Brighton. Away from Griffin Park, they have drawn both going goalless at Selhurst Park and a 1-1 tie with Aston Villa.
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Wolves vs Brentford: Match Stats
The home side are favourites to win this one but given Brentford have already picked up points at Crystal Palace and Aston Villa they should have nothing to fear. They can be backed along with the draw in the double chance market at close to evens and that looks generous. Wolves have looked good but are still not a team you would trust in front of goal.
Two of the last three Wolves games have been goalless going into the break while this is the case in each of the last two for Brentford. Both sides feature in the bottom six goalscorers this season and it might be a wait for that first goal to come (if it comes at all).
Wolves vs Brentford: Squawka Says
Scoreline prediction: Wolves 1-1 Brentford
Wolves vs Brentford: Odds
Wolves vs Brentford: Head to Head
2/1/2018: Wolves 3-0 Brentford- Championship
26/8/2017: Brentford 0-0 Wolves- Championship
14/3/2017: Brentford 1-2 Wolves- Championship
24/9/2016: Wolves 3-1 Brentford- Championship
23/2/2016: Brentford 3-0 Wolves- Championship
These two sides last met in January 2018 when both were in the Championship and it was Wolves who came out on top winning that game 3-0. Brentford are looking for their first success in four against the Molineux outfit which saw three defeats and one loss.