BHA vs WOL Dream11 Match Prediction: Wolverhampton Warriors has been one of the breakthrough teams in the ongoing season under the management of Nunu Espirito and is unbeaten in the last ten games in the Premier League. Wolves currently occupy the fifth spot in the league with 23 points on board and will take on Brighton who recently stunned Arsenal at the Emirates by beating them 2-1. The Seagulls are currently 13th in the league with 18 points and will be eager on getting a positive result at home against a resilient Wolves side.
Date- Sunday, December 8 | Kick-off- 10:00 PM (IST) | Venue- Falmer Stadium
Graham Potter could go with the same eleven which featured in the 2-1 win over Burnley in mid-week but might require a few fresh legs against Wolves. Leandro Trossard, Shane Duffy and Martin Montoya should be pushing for starts on Sunday. Bernardo was back in the squad after recovering from injury, while Jose Izquierdo and Solly March continue to be on the sidelines.
Neto and Patrick Cutrone had a positive impact while coming off the bench against West Ham and could be made available in the starting lineup. Willy Boly is out of contention due to an injury, while Morgan Gibbs-White is doubtful to start. Traore, Jimenez and Jota should be persisted with as the attacking front three, while Doherty, Neves, Moutinho and Jonny are likely to accommodate midfield.
Brighton- Ryan; Burn, Dunk, Webster, Montoya; Mooy, Stephens, Propper; Gross; Maupay, Connolly
Wolves- Patricio; Dendoncker, Coady, Saiss; Doherty, Neves, Moutinho, Jonny; Traore, Jiminez, Jota
Neal Maupay scored the winner against Arsenal and got his tally to five goals from 15 appearances for Brighton. The Frenchman could be the danger man while in attack in front of the home attendance.
Raul Jimenez has been of the standout performers for Wolves in the ongoing season. Jimenez has scored six goals and has three assists from 15 league appearances this season.
Lewis Dunk has been a handful for Brighton while in defence. However, Dunk has also contributed through two goals and two assists while also having a pass accuracy of 88% this season.
Joao Moutinho in central midfield has been pivotal for Wolves in terms of creating chances. The Portuguese international has a goal, four assists, and a pass accuracy of 85% from 15 appearances in the league this season.
Considering Brighton play at home and are fresh from a 2-1 win against Arsenal, the confidence could prove to be enough to finally end Wolves’ impressive streak in the league.
Goalkeeper- R Patricio
Defenders- M Montaya, L Dunk, R Saiss, L Dendoncker
Midfielders-D Propper, P Gross, , J Moutinho, R Neves
Forwards- R Jiminez (C), G Maupay