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Nottingham Forest vs Wolverhampton Wanderers prediction 2024-04-13

Probability of win
Nottingham Forest — 40.2%
Draw — 24.4%
Wolverhampton Wanderers — 35.4%
Our Prediction
Winner: Nottingham Forest;
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Nottingham Forest will look to make amends for a 3-1 loss to Tottenham when they take on Wolverhampton in the Premier League round 33. The Reds are desperate to escape the danger zone and the fact that they defeated Fulham in their last home game is fuelling fans with optimism ahead of the visit of Wolverhampton. Defender Willy Boly is a major doubt, while both Nuno Tavares and Taiwo Awoniyi are sidelined with injuries.

Meanwhile, the Wolves are stuck in the middle of the standings with little to play for in the season finale. As the relegation-threatened hosts want this win more than the visitors, we are tempted to place our bets on Nuno Espirito Santo’s troops.

Prediction: 2-1 (Nottingham Forest)

Expert: Footballpredictions-website

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Both to score
Yes
59.62%
No
40.38%
Total
More 2.5
More 3.5
Less 2.5
Less 3.5
56.8%
34.4%
43.2%
65.6%
Individual total
More 0.5
More 1.5
Less 0.5
Less 1.5
Nottingham Forest
78.5%
45.4%
21.5%
54.6%
Wolverhampton Wanderers
76%
41.7%
24%
58.3%
Correct score
0:0
0:1
0:2
0:3
0:4
1:0
1:1
1:2
1:3
1:4
5.2%
7.4%
5.3%
2.5%
0.9%
7.9%
11.3%
8.1%
3.8%
1.4%
2:0
2:1
2:2
2:3
2:4
3:0
3:1
3:2
3:3
3:4
6.1%
8.7%
6.2%
2.9%
1.1%
3.1%
4.5%
3.2%
1.5%
0.5%
Nottingham Forest Wolverhampton Wanderers
Games 33 32
Wins 7 12
Losses 17 13
Draws 9 7
Goals 42 46
Goals per game 1.3 1.4
Conceded per game 1.8 1.6
Attacks 84.6 91.1
Corners per game 3.9 4.2
Yellow cards per game 2.3 2.5
Fouls per game 11.6 12.4
Latest matches
Score
2024-04-13
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Nottingham Forest
Wolverhampton Wanderers
2
2
2024-04-02
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Nottingham Forest
Fulham
3
1
2024-03-30
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Nottingham Forest
Crystal Palace
1
1
2024-03-02
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Nottingham Forest
Liverpool
0
1
2024-02-17
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Nottingham Forest
West Ham United
0
0
2024-04-13
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Nottingham Forest
Wolverhampton Wanderers
2
2
2024-04-02
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Burnley
Wolverhampton Wanderers
1
1
2024-03-30
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Aston Villa
Wolverhampton Wanderers
2
0
2024-03-02
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Newcastle United
Wolverhampton Wanderers
3
0
Premier League
Team Games Win. Draws Lost Goals Points
Manchester City 32 22 7 3 76:32 73
Liverpool 31 21 8 2 72:30 71
Arsenal 31 22 5 4 75:24 71
Aston Villa 32 18 6 8 66:49 60
Tottenham Hotspur 32 18 6 8 65:49 60
Manchester United 32 15 5 12 47:48 50
Newcastle United 32 15 5 12 69:52 50
West Ham United 32 13 9 10 52:56 48
Chelsea 30 12 8 10 55:52 44
Brighton & Hove Albion 32 11 11 10 52:50 44
Wolverhampton Wanderers 32 12 7 13 46:51 43
AFC Bournemouth 32 11 9 12 47:57 42
Fulham 32 11 6 15 47:51 39
Everton 31 9 8 14 32:42 35
Brentford 33 8 8 17 47:58 32
Crystal Palace 31 7 9 15 36:54 30
Nottingham Forest 33 7 9 17 42:58 30
Luton Town 33 6 7 20 46:70 25
Burnley 33 4 8 21 33:68 20
Sheffield United 32 3 7 22 30:84 16
Top scorers
Nottingham Forest
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C. Wood (12)
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T. Awoniyi (6)
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A. Elanga (5)
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C. Hudson-Odoi (5)
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M. Gibbs-White (5)
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N. Domínguez (2)
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D. dos Santos de Oliveira (2)
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T. Olaoluwa Aina (1)
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O. Mangala (1)
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W. Boly (1)
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H. Toffolo (1)
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M. Niakhate (1)
Wolverhampton Wanderers
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M. Carneiro Da Cunha (11)
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H. Hwang (10)
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M. Lemina (4)
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P. Sarabia García (4)
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S. Kalajdzic (2)
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P. Lomba Neto (2)
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J. Bellegarde (2)
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M. Kilman (2)
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Gomes (2)
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R. Aït Nouri (2)
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C. Dawson (1)
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M. Doherty (1)
Top assists
Nottingham Forest
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A. Elanga
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M. Gibbs-White
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H. Toffolo
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T. Awoniyi
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S. Aurier
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G. Montiel
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M. Santiago Costa dos Santos
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N. Domínguez
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T. Olaoluwa Aina
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N. Williams
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C. Wood
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C. Hudson-Odoi
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D. Okoth Origi
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D. dos Santos de Oliveira
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G. Reyna
Wolverhampton Wanderers
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P. Lomba Neto
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P. Sarabia García
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M. Carneiro Da Cunha
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H. Hwang
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T. Gomes
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J. Bellegarde
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N. Cabral Semedo
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C. Dawson
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Gomes
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R. Aït Nouri
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J. Malheiro de Sá
Premier League Nottingham Forest Wolverhampton Wanderers
Number of matches 380 33 32
Average win rate (%) 38.4 21.2 37.5
Goals per match 3.2 1.3 1.4
Yellow per match 4.5 2.3 2.5
Corners per match 10.9 3.9 4.2
Home goals per match 1.8 1.5 1.5
Away goals per match 1.5 1.1 1.4
Player rating 6.9 6.8 6.8

Exploring the Legacy: Nottingham Forest and Wolverhampton Wanderers

Football, universally regarded as "The Beautiful Game," possesses a rich tapestry of legendary teams that have marked indelible footprints on the sands of time. Among these are the historic English football clubs, Nottingham Forest and Wolverhampton Wanderers. This article delves into the evolution, legendary feats and intriguing traditions of these two powerhouses of British football.

Nottingham Forest: The Symbol of Triumph

Born in 1865, Nottingham Forest is esteemed as one of the oldest football clubs in the world. Planted deep in the heart of Nottinghamshire, Nottingham Forest grew steadily, cementing a reputation for its dynamic gameplay and relentless spirit.

The Forest initially participated in friendly matches and local tournaments, but the club's true breakthrough came in the late 19th century, when they joined The Football League. The years that followed sparked a legacy of success and glory, with the club winning numerous accolicious accolades. However, Forest's golden era was undoubtedly the late 1970s, under the astute leadership of Brian Clough and Peter Taylor. They stunned Europe by winning the European Cup twice consecutively in 1979 and 1980, a feat yet to be equalled by any other English club apart from Liverpool.

Wolverhampton Wanderers: The Pride of Midlands

Founded in 1877, Wolverhampton Wanderers, affectionately known as 'Wolves,' boast a history as rich and compelling as their Nottingham counterparts. Situated in the vibrant city of Wolverhampton, the Wanderers quickly established themselves as a formidable team in the national circuit, joining The Football League in 1888.

The fifties were the golden age for the Wolves under the expert guidance of Stan Cullis. The team clinched the league title thrice and became a force to be reckoned with, not just domestically but also on the international stage. The Wolves are also renowned for their pioneering role in coining the term "European Cup," following a series of friendlies against top continental sides.

Present Achievements and Future Prospects

As of the latest data we have until 2021, both Nottingham Forest and Wolverhampton Wanderers continue to assert their distinct identities. Nottingham Forest, despite its struggles and fluctuations, remains a perennial beacon of Nottinghamshire culture. The club continues to rally, feeding off its illustrious history and hopeful for a return to the country's top-flight football.

The Wolves, meanwhile, have managed to consolidate their position in the Premier League. They have displayed vibrant and attacking football, earning the admiration of fans and pundits alike. Much is expected from the Wolves in the coming years, given their steady progress and ambitions.

A Tale of Two Giants

In essence, Nottingham Forest and Wolverhampton Wanderers hold historical significance in British football. Their stories reflect heartening journeys of perseverance, passion, and peak performances from humble beginnings to unprecedented heights of glory. Their legacy continues to inspire budding talents and reinforce the importance of history and tradition in the beautiful game that we so passionately embrace. Their remarkable trajectory promises an exciting future, further cementing their places as true legends of the sport.