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Wolverhampton Wanderers plays host to Everton on Sunday afternoon and needs to win all 3 points to stay 6th in the Premier League rankings. Meanwhile, despite having 8 points from 5 matches since the tournament returned after the covid epidemic, the Toffees are still in the bottom half of the rankings. 

Has had less than 2.5 goals scored in the last 6 matches of the Wolves (Premier League) and Wolves has seen more than 2.5 goals in 5 of the last 6 matches against Everton in all competitions as well as scoring the least 2 goals in the last 3 matches against the opponent. Over a period of a week, Wolverhampton Wanderers went from a club challenging for a Champions League position to a team that now has to improve its form to get a place in the Europa League season 2. consecutive. Two poor performances against Arsenal and Sheffield United - their direct competitors gave impetus to their closest rivals in the race to qualify for the Europa League. While Nuno's reserve choices have begun to discourage NHM, the Portuguese strategist made a unique change against Sheffield on Wednesday night, an incident that rarely occurs for any coach since the tournament has returned and then it has contributed to his team's fatigue as they conceded a goal in the 93rd minute against bitterly Sheffield. Wolf also failed to score in the last two matches and Nuno's army needs to create a positive response this weekend. After sustaining a different problem with the shoulder in the middle of the week, winger Adama Traore could fall to the bench. Although Leander Dendoncker is likely to return to the team, Pedro Neto is an alternative as long as he has recovered from a heel injury. While winning will see them in 6th place,

While Mason Holgate is expected to return to the Everton squad, the Englishman may have to settle for a place among the substitutes. Andre Gomes will be judged after his ankle injury, but Gylfi Sigurdsson is likely to return to midfield in the starting lineup. However, after a tumultuous season at Goodison Park, most Toffees fans will feel that they are making progress under Carlo Ancelotti before the next campaign. Although they have recently failed to beat Tottenham Hotspur or Southampton, 7 points from the previous 3 appearances gave the fans a reason to be optimistic for the future. Now seven points behind Wolves, Ancelotti is likely to guide his players to continue to attack this weekend by nearly running out of targets.