The team managed by Julen Lopetegui put up an excellent overall effort, controlling most of the action on the field. The fact that Wolves only allowed the Blues one shot on target over the entire 90 minutes of play speaks for itself.
The team of Lopetegui has earned four points in the last two league games, and they are currently four points above the goal-line.
When Wolverhampton hosts Brentford in Matchday No. 31, on Saturday, they will be looking to make it three straight games without a loss.
Here, the Bees will be trying to pick up their first victory in the previous five games. In the previous four games, they have won two, drew two, and lost one.
However, we must admit that Thomas Frank’s team had an extremely demanding schedule in the preceding several weeks, playing teams like Newcastle, Manchester United, and Brighton.
In a 1-2 loss against the Magpies at Gtech Community Stadium seven days prior, Ivan Toney missed the first penalty of his career.
At Molineux Stadium, can Frank inspire his players and help them resume their winning ways?
Wolves vs Brentford – Betting Analysis
Since the Wolves have defeated the Bees seven out of the last eleven times at home, they will rely on precedent.
In the rematch, which was played in October of last year at Gtech Community Stadium, the two teams were tied 1-1.
Only one of the previous three head-to-head matchups between these two teams has resulted in three or more goals being scored by either team.
Wolves hasn’t allowed a goal in three of their past five league home games, but Brentford, which is finally anticipating a somewhat easier match, could pose a challenge.
What are the best odds for the game?
Checking on the latest odds for this match on the win-draw-win market, a victory for Wolverhampton Wanderers can be had for 2.5, a wager on a drawn result is 3.26 and putting your money on the win for Brentford comes in at 3. These are the best bets that can be secured at the moment.
Wolves vs Brentford – Head-to-Head
Our Prediction: Under 3.5 Goals