Tuesday, 9 August 2016

Wolves vs Crawley Town EFL Cup Match Preview And Prediction - August 10, 2016


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Wolves have been the subject of a Chinese takeover this summer and hopes are high for the coming season. They are likely to bolster their squad significantly between now and the end of the transfer window as it currently isn’t strong enough to realistically battle for promotion. They got off to a really bad start in their first league game on Saturday, falling 2 goals down at Rotherham in the opening 20 minutes but goals from George Saville and Jon Dadhi Böðvarsson helped to rescue a point. New boss Walter Zenga would’ve been impressed with the spirit his side showed particularly given they played the final half hour with only 10 men following the sending off of Dominic Iorfa.

Crawley Town did get off to a winning start to the new season. They saw off Wycombe 1-0 at the weekend and it was a much needed boost given the disastrous way they finished the last campaign. They lost all of their final 8 league games to plummet down the league and they conceded 3 or more goals in 4 of those matches. There will be a real sense of relief following that opening day win but a trip to Molineux is likely to be a significantly tougher task.

Wolves only appointed their new boss a couple of weeks ago so he is still getting to know the players and they could be one of the most motivated Championship teams in the competition this week with a host of players eager to impress Zenga. They will know the club has the funds now to bring in replacements for them if they don’t impress so a fired up Wolves team playing their first match of this new era at Molineux against League 2 opposition should only bring one result.

The sides have only previously met in the 2013/14 League One. The home team won 2-1 on both occasions.

Wolves are unbeaten in 7 home competitive games. Crawley have lost 11 of their last 14 away games. They've conceded twice or more in all of their five away League Cup matches.

Zenga will take a closer look at some of his new signings here with Portuguese duo João Teixeira and Helder Costa likely to make their first starts.

Andre Blackman is suspended following his late red card at the weekend.

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