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EPL: Wolves vs Leicester

Wolves vs Leicester

Wolves have found their joy of victory before having to welcome tough opponent Leicester City at Molineux's home field in the upcoming round.

After 4 rounds of matches only known to draw and lose, Wolves recently found their joy of victory again. Coach Nuno Santo's teachers and students have won against Arsenal in the last round, which is commendable for them when their opponents are playing excitedly.

Having won the last match partly helped the Molineux home team gain more confidence for their next journey when they reached the 14th position of the standings with 26 points. Although the ambitions in the group race to lead the season are not much, with coach Nuno Santo's team they can still hope to reach the top half of the rankings this season with a gap of 5 points currently. Wolves' next round has a match to welcome Leicester City at home. This is a challenge that is not easy for the Wolves because the opponent is achieving a good performance today. However, with the spirit back, Wolves will more or less become concerns for their opponents.

On the side of Leicester City, the victory over Fulham in the last round partly helped the Fox forget about its bad results, the draw against Everton and the defeat against Leeds United. This victory also brought Brendan Rodgers' army back to 3rd place on the standings when they had 42 points after 22 rounds.

Leicester City's successes this season are recognized a lot on away field when the students of coach Brendan Rodgers sublimate with 8 wins after their 11 rounds. This shows the great strength of Leicester City in its far-away journeys from home. The upcoming trip to Wolves, the home team of King Power, is still a name that is highly appreciated from professionals. However, the teachers and coaches of Brendan Rodgers can not take Wolves lightly when their opponents have returned to their joy. Moreover, all 6 previous visitors at Wolves Molineux Stadium, Leicester City could not have a triumphant song to show their upcoming difficulties.