Being underrated than the home team Brighton in the match of round 17 of the English Premier League, that is why it is difficult for teachers and coaches to win all 3 points in this match. Because with the poor away record in the past, the very good Wolves only won a draw.
11th place with 20 points after 15 rounds is an acceptable achievement for Brighton, the team that struggled with the relegation battle last season. In particular, early on this Thursday morning, coach Graham Potter’s army also played at Falmer’s holy land, where they were unbeaten in the last 5/6 matches in all fronts.
It should be known that, 9 out of 20 points earned by the team nicknamed The Seagulls come from home. In addition, Brighton has backing from the past. In the last 4 times to welcome Wolverhampton at home, coach Graham Potter’s army has never suffered defeat and has won 2 times. Moreover, the Falmer Stadium team is also unbeaten in the last 5/6 matches in the English Premier League.
Wolverhampton, after an impressive performance in October, has fallen dramatically in the past period. The 1-0 victory in the 12th round against West Ham United was overshadowed by the next 4 winless matches of the team nicknamed the Wolves, including 2 defeats. That poor performance dragged the visitors down to 9th place in the English Premier League table, an undesirable rank compared to the ambition of the Molineux home team.
More importantly, teacher and coach Bruno Lage are showing weakness on the away field. Specifically, in the last 4 away matches, Traore and his teammates lost up to 2 matches and the opponents who defeated them like Crystal Palace or Manchester City were not weaker than them. Notably, in the past 3 matches away from home, Wolverhampton was powerless to break through the opponent’s net. And in front of a stable Brighton at home, the poor results in the homeland of the Wolves will continue.