Football Betting Tips – Watford vs Wolves
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Watford vs Wolves
FA Cup Semi-Final
Sunday 7th April
– Watford won 2-0 at the Molineux in their only meeting this season
– Both teams have scored in five of the last seven meetings
– Just one point separates these two in the league, with Wolves sitting above Watford
– Both sides have won two of their last five league matches
– Wolves have knocked out Liverpool and Man United en route to the semi-final
Avoiding Man City in the semi-final draw has opened up a huge opportunity for both these sides on Sunday afternoon. Watford and Wolves lock horns for a place in May’s final, with both teams finely balanced on league form throughout the season.
Watford had an easier route to Wembley. Beating the likes of Newcastle, QPR and Crystal Palace have earned them the right for a chance to make their first FA Cup final since 1984; their second semi-final in four seasons punctuates the improvements the Hornets have made since their return to the Premier League.
Wolves’ FA Cup run has been nothing short of remarkable. Having only returned to the top flight this season, Nuno has crafted a well-balanced, exciting team that has the capabilities of sustaining a top ten finish in the Premier League for seasons to come. Wins over Liverpool, Bristol City and Man United defined their road to Wembley, with impressive performances against the top six in the league emphasizing their strengths.
A 2-0 away from for Watford against Wolves earlier in the season was fairly unexpected at the time. Watford made good use of the counter-attacking style of play more suited to Wolves, however, the Hornets know that Sunday will be a different test altogether. Jimenez is the man to watch for Wolves in the attack, with the Mexican international committing his future to the club this week. He has netted twelve goals this season, and along with Jota, Neves and Moutinho, they are the fundamental spine to how Nuno likes to set up his side.
There is a big contrast to the philosophy of both sides. Watford relies on robust movement in midfield, bullying attacks and clinical finishing, whereas Wolves prefer a possession-based style utilizing their effective wing-backs and technical midfield players.
Expect waves of success for both sides at Wembley on Sunday, however, a winner inside ninety minutes may not come. Picking a winner in ET/pens is a fools game, however, BTTS and 90+ minutes look sensible.
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Jon is the Founder and Chief Tipster at Football Advisor and Predictoloy. He started life as data analyst in the digital marketing field before find his true calling in the world of Football and Horse Racing Betting.
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