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Premier League: Wolves vs Newcastle United Live Stream, Preview And Prediction

Everything you need to know for the Premier League clash between Wolves vs Newcastle United.

Matchday 7 in the Premier League sees Wolves take on Newcastle United at the Molineux Stadium on 2nd October. Ahead of the game we take a look at the Wolves vs Newcastle Live Stream, Preview and Prediction details.

Wolves vs Newcastle United: Preview

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Wolves have finally hit the ground running under new manager Bruno Lage wining their last 2 games out of the three. After starting the new campaign with three back to back 1-0 losses against Leicester City, Spurs and Manchester United respectively. In those games they were often better than their opponents but just weren’t able to take their chances in front of goal and as a result ended on the losing side.

However Wolves recorded their first win of the season away from against Watford in a 2-0 win but weren’t able to build on from that as they lost 2-0 to new boys Brentford at home, in what was just one of those days where Bruno Lage’s men couldn’t take their chances and Brentford punished them scoring 2 quick fire goals in five minutes in the first half. Wolves have now failed to win any of their first three home games of the season.

Mexican star striker Raul Jimenez finally scored his first goal after returning from his horrific head injury in a 1-0 over Southampton last weekend with a composed finish from 6 yards out. Wolves are 14th in the league at the moment with 6 points and face Newcastle United next and will look for their first home win of the season.

Meanwhile opponents, Newcastle have had a disappointing start to their new campaign are still searching for their first win of the season. Steve Bruce’s men have just unlucky against Southampton after Allan Saint-Maximin scored in the 91st minute and surely thought it to the winner only to see James Ward-Prowse score from the penalty spot after VAR confirmed that Lascelles has brought down Adam Armstrong.

Newcastle have played out back to back 1-1 draws in their last two games against Leeds United and Watford respectively. They now face a Wolves side who have kept a clean sheet in their last two games out of three and it will be a tough ask for them.

Wolves vs Newcastle United: Venue

Molineux Stadium

Wolves will host Newcastle United at the Molineux Stadium in Wolverhampton, England. It has a total capacity of 32,050 seats.

Wolves vs Newcastle United: Match Timings

Date  Time  Timezone  
Saturday, 2nd October7:00 AMPST
Saturday, 2nd October10:00 AM  ET  
Saturday, 2nd October2:00 PM  GMT  
Saturday, 2nd October3:00 PMBST
Saturday, 2nd October7:30 PM IST  

Wolves vs Newcastle United: Prediction

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Bruno Lage’s men were pushed right till the very end by Southampton in the last game but they held firm and won the game thanks to a amazing goal by Raul Jiménez. Newcastle have conceded plenty big chances already this season and this will be a worry for Steve Bruce as his team will he up against the likes of Adama Traore, Trincao and Jiménez. It will be a tough match for them to keep these men out. Hence we predict a win for Wolves in this game.

Wolves vs Newcastle United: Live Stream

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