Premier League – Season Continues – Bournemouth v Wolverhampton Wanderers on Match-day 5

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Premier League action on Wednesday as Bournemouth and Wolves meet at the Vitality Stadium – 7:30pm GMT.

Wolves to face seventeenth Bournemouth on Wednesday at the Vitality Stadium, with Bruno Lage’s team currently occupying nineteenth place in the League.

Bournemouth’s campaign so far has seen them accrue three points this season

Bournemouth will hope to increase their wins in a row, having secured a 9-0 victory over Liverpool in their last fixture.

Also, with an unfortunate Bournemouth that has not managed to win in their last League so far, Scott Parker’s men form is worryingly poor. The Cherries should solve their trend if they don’t want to occupy the lasts places in the League Table. With a seventeenth position in the league and 1 wins, 3 losses and 0 draws, they currently have three points in the League having won one game and lost three matches.

Bournemouth have won one game and lost one game of their two League matches at home this season.

Victory for Bournemouth would take their points tally to 6 so far this season.

Going into Wednesday’s game, Scott Parker without five of his players, due to illness or injury.

Bruno Lage’s Wolves, away to Bournemouth on Wednesday, hoping to improve relegation prospects

With the memory of their last match, doubtless on their minds, a (1-1) draw against Newcastle United, Wolves will be keen to improve on that result in this game.

Also, Wolves seem unable to get over the line on a consistent basis, with two draws in three meetings. They currently stand nineteenth in the League, with two points for a total of 0 wins, 2 losses and 2 draws having drawn two meetings and lost two games.

Playing away from home, Wolves have lost two fixtures.

Wolverhampton Wanderers will have 5 points if they manage to secure a victory.

Wolves may have to resort to second choice players, given the number of first choice players that are now unavailable through injury, illness or suspension.

Bournemouth v Wolverhampton Wanderers – Head-to-Head.

Regarding their historical duels both teams have previously faced each other six times with the tally being three victories and one draw for Bournemouth. Additionally, Bournemouth have won all last two matches with Wolves at the Vitality Stadium. The last time they played each other in this competition was June 2020, when Bournemouth walked away as 1-0 winners.

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