Sportingbet give us a 1 in 50 chance of staying up this weekend.
Wolves have already been defeated 13 times away. Brighton have lost just 3 games at the Amex Stadium.
Wolves need a handsome winning margin. Brighton have conceded just 26 goals at home.
Wolves are relying on Barnsley and Peterborough to both lose. Between them, they’ve lost 3 times in their last 20 games.
Wolves need Palace to heavily dent Peterborough’s goal difference. The Eagles haven’t even won any of their last 9 league matches.
This isn’t just a mountain, it’s Everest.
The bookies very rarely get it this wrong. More odds available here.
If Wolves do make the impossible possible, I think it will be because Palace discover some form and put Peterborough to the sword. We’ll have a job on our hands just to get the win. This is the team I’d send out:
Jamie O’Hara is again available for selection. It will be interesting to see if Saunders throws him straight back in. Sako must start in my opinion. He was sluggish in his late cameo last weekend, but one big effort from him could make all the difference.
There’s no point throwing the kitchen sink at them from the start and getting picked off. We need to get ahead and look to nick a few goals as the game progresses depending on events at Selhurst Park.
9 people correctly thought we’d do the unthinkable and lose to Burnley.
Clive and Tetthenhall Wolf both got the scoreline spot on to scoop a double. The other 7 take a point.
As we move into the final game of the season, it’s still up from grabs at the top of the Prediction League:
Ash K is in the driving seat, but alf white is just a point back and still in the race. Steppenwolfe isn’t out of the game either but needs even more good fortune than Wolves to take the title. Lets have a clean fight lads with no tactical predictions. It’s more fun to make it interesting.
I will as always look to dig out some prizes. Apologies to Kowloon Wolf, last year’s winner who I’ve yet to post a prize to. I’ll visit the club megastore next week and pick up something special for everyone.
As for a final prediction, I’ll go for a narrow victory that ultimately sees us relegated.
Up The Wolves.