Team news, stats and prediction ahead of Wolves vs West Ham in the Premier League on Wednesday.
For Wolves, Ryan Bennett remains a doubt with a groin issue and Morgan Gibbs-White is out due to a back injury, but
Romain Saiss is back from suspension.
West Ham will still be without Manuel Lanzini and Lukasz Fabianski for the visit to the Black Country while Jack Wilshere and Winston Reid have both returned to training, but the game may come too soon.
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- Wolves won both Premier League meetings with West Ham last season - they've never beaten the Hammers in three consecutive league games before.
- West Ham have won just one of their last seven away league games against Wolves (D2 L4), winning 2-0 in the Premier League in August 2009.
- Since beating Blackpool 3-1 in February 2011, West Ham are winless in nine Premier League away games played on a Wednesday (D2 L7). They've failed to score in six of those games, including the last five in a row.
- Wolves are looking to remain unbeaten in 10 consecutive top-flight matches for the first time since January 1972.
- Wolves have drawn more Premier League matches than any other team since the start of last season (17) and are the first top-flight team since Sunderland in 2014-15 to draw eight of their opening 14 matches of a season.
- Wolves have lost only two of the nine Premier League games in which they've conceded first this season, coming back to draw seven of those games - they have avoided defeat in the last five league games when conceding first, drawing all five.
This is another big test for Wolves. They have flagged up again how many games they have been playing. Stop complaining please! It only gets mentioned when a team drops points or lose. It is only the start of November and they have had international breaks too. The players were not playing massive qualifying matches either because they were mainly done. The only awkward thing is the travel but still, I see no excuses.
What a result for West Ham at Chelsea. Manuel Pellegrini was on the brink of losing his job and his side pulled something out of the hat for him. They got their shape right, defended well and were a threat on the counter-attack. They do have a softness about them, though. Declan Rice and Mark Noble are decent and know how to work together, and know when to stifle the game, but it is a learning curve for Rice still.
Michail Antonio brings the power and strength but West Ham are too nice. Sebastien Haller has gone cold and Felipe Anderson has been poor. You have to take them out of the team, work with them on the basics, and build them up again.
These games are unpredictable, which is why we have a mish-mash of teams that are so close together. I have never seen it this tight, you could throw a blanket over them! I expect Wolves to come through this.
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