Fulham vs Wolves

Premier League is coming to an end, and with rookie like Wolves, the 7th place in the standings is now successful. The investment in the return to the top league of Wolves fog has taken effect. In the context of the top 6 of "big", Wolves can finish the position at the 7th position is commendable.

The possibility that Wolves will end the season in this position is entirely feasible. Currently they are more than the opponent behind is Leicester 3 points, but this round "foxes" must be guests before the champions Manchester City and their ability to score is not much. Therefore, if defeating Fulham, Wolves will almost certainly finish the position in 7th place.
Moreover, this is the last game in the season Wolves were kicked at home (the last round was a guest against Liverpool), so surely teachers Nuno Santo did not want the team fans to be disappointed. Although Fulham won the last 3 rounds, in fact they were officially relegated, and the guests' determination was clearly not equal to the host. 

It should also be noted that Wolves always knew how to make the most of the advantages of his yard. At Molineux, "wolves" are unbeaten in the last 10 matches in all competitions and win 7 times of them. Notably, Wolves beat Liverpool (FA Cup), beat Manchester United twice (1 in the FA Cup, 1 in the Premier League) and crushed Arsenal 3-1 at Molineux.

Meanwhile, Fulham inherently has a weak mentality when away from home, and they lose both professionally and proportionally in the last 7/8 away stages. Wolves' 1-on-1 handicap today is also the highest handicap in history when they welcomed Fulham, suggesting that the dealer is promoting the "wolf pack". The last away match was 1 draw, Fulham also fell 1-3 against Leicester.

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