On the 17th of April, in this week 32 match, Wolverhampton Wanderers hosts Sheffield United at Molineux Stadium in a clash of the Premier League. Wolverhampton Wanderers is fresh off their 2-3 loss against West Ham United. Jesse Lingard struck first for West Ham United in the 6th minute on a feed from Vladimír Coufal, then Pablo Fornals added another in the 14th minute on a feed from Arthur Masuaku. Wolverhampton Wanderers is looking for direction having 3 win and 4 losses in their last 10 matches, while in Sheffield United’s last match they recorded a 1-2 loss against Leeds United. Jack Harrison struck first for Leeds United in the 12th minute, but Ben Osborn got the equalizer for Sheffield United in the 2nd minute of the first half’s stoppage time. They’re hoping to improve on their recent performance, having lost 8 of their last 10.
In their last match together, Wolverhampton Wanderers won by a score of 2 to 0 in front of an empty stadium. Raúl Jiménez struck first for Wolverhampton Wanderers in the 3rd minute on a feed from Daniel Podence, then Romain Saïss added another in the 6th minute At the end of 90 a dissapointed Sheffield United couldn’t manage to score, and Wolverhampton Wanderers took the shutout win.
David McGoldrick and Ben Osborn are the top scorers for Sheffield United in the last five matches, but unfortunately they only have one goal. It’s hard to imagine having success with those stats. Rúben Neves and Conor Coady are the top scorers for Wolverhampton Wanderers in the last 5 matches, but unfortunately they only have one goal.
Nuno Herlander Simões Espírito Santo’s squad will be without Fernando Marçal, Jonny Castro and Raúl Jiménez, while Sheffield United will be without Sander Berge, Chris Basham, Jack O’Connell, Billy Sharp and Jack Rodwell.