Premier League Preview: Wolves vs Man City Prediction, Preview, and Odds (Sep 30)
- Man City looking for seventh straight victory to start the new season
- Wolves hoping to end three-game winless run
The runaway leaders in the Premier League will be back in action on Saturday. Man City will be looking for a seventh straight victory in the competition when they travel to Molineux, with Wolves looking to end a three-game winless run.
How To Watch
- When: Saturday, September 30, 2023, at 10:00 a.m ET
- Where: Molineux Stadium, Wolverhampton, England
- How To Watch: NBC
It has been an incredible start to the new Premier League season for Man City, as the reigning champions have started the campaign with six straight wins. Pep Guardiola’s side have scored an impressive 16 goals so far this term, and they boast the league’s best defensive record, having allowed just three.
City continued their excellent start to the new season last weekend, as they cruised to a 2-0 home success against Nottingham Forest. The damage was done in the opening 15 minutes, as Phil Foden and Erling Haaland both found the net. However, the champions will be without Rodri this weekend, as the midfielder was sent off very early in the second half against Forest last weekend.
Wolves will be the huge outsiders in the betting to claim maximum points this weekend, as they currently sit down in 16th in the standings. The West Midlands side have won just once across their opening six matches, and they have already suffered four defeats this term. Two of those losses have come in their previous three matches in the league.
Wolves will need to be much better than they were in their fixture against Luton Town last weekend, as they allowed their newly promoted rivals to pick up a first point of the campaign. The visitors opened the scoring through Pedro Neto, but Luton struck back in the 65th minute following the awarding of an incredibly soft penalty.
Wolves vs Man City Prediction
City boasts an excellent record in this fixture, as they have won each of their last six against Wolves. It looks incredibly challenging to overlook City this weekend, and we could see them winning to nil at Molineux on Saturday.