Wolves will look to bounce back to winning ways on Sunday against an Everton side with an awful record on the road.
Nuno Espirito Santo’s side have lost successive games to severely damage their hopes of a top four finish.
They were beaten by Everton earlier in the season but the Toffees have suffered 10 defeats and won just four times – all against teams below them in the table – in 17 matches away from home this season.
Molineux will play host to Wolves vs Everton on Sunday lunchtime
Wolves vs Everton: How to listen
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Wolves vs Everton: Team news
Wolverhampton: Rui Patricio, Boly, Coady, Saiss, Doherty, Neves, Dendoncker, Jonny, Pedro Neto, Jimenez, Daniel Podence.
Subs: Bruno Jordao, Gibbs-White, Jota, Ruddy, Joao Moutinho, Ruben Vinagre, Traore, Kilman, Rasmussen.
Everton: Pickford, Digne, Mina, Keane, Baines, Walcott, Davies, Sigurdsson, Gordon, Calvert-Lewin, Richarlison.
Subs: Iwobi, Sidibe, Bernard, Stekelenburg, Coleman, Kean, Virginia, Branthwaite, Baningime.
Wolves vs Everton: Match facts

  • Wolves are winless in their last four Premier League home games against Everton (D3 L1) since a 2-1 win in May 2004.
  • Everton are looking to complete their first league double over Wolves since the 1975-76 campaign, following their 3-2 win at Goodison Park in September.
  • Wolves have lost their last two Premier League games, more than they had in their previous 11 in the competition (W6 D4 L1). They last lost three in a row in November 2018.
  • Away from home, Everton have won just two of their last seven Premier League games (D1 L4), with both victories coming against sides in the relegation zone. Indeed, against sides starting the day in the top half, Everton have won just three of their last 31 Premier League away games (D10 L18).
  • Wolves have mustered just two shots on target across their last two Premier League matches, failing to register a single shot on target after half-time in both of those games.
  • Wolves have used fewer players than any other Premier League side this season (20), while they have had six players play in all 34 games so far more than any other side. Indeed, the most players a team has had play every game in a Premier League season is four Aston Villa and Man Utd in 1992-93, Bolton in 2008-09 and Wolves themselves in 2018-19.
  • Everton have conceded 32 away goals in the Premier League this season; only Aston Villa and Newcastle (both 35) have shipped more so far in 2019-20.
  • Adama Traoré has provided nine assists in the Premier League this season, the most by a Wolves player in a single campaign in the competitions history. However, the winger has failed to assist in any of his last three games since assisting in back to back appearances in June.
  • Wolves Raúl Jiménez has been directly involved in 34 goals in all competitions this season (24 goals, 10 assists) only Liverpools Mohamed Salah (35) has had a hand in more amongst Premier League players in 2019-20.
  • Evertons Richarlison scored his 30th Premier League goal last time out, becoming the fifth Brazilian to reach this figure after Roberto Firmino (56), Philippe Coutinho (41), Gabriel Jesus (38) and Willian (37). Indeed, Richarlison has scored more Premier League goals than any other Everton player in 2020 (6).