Wolverhampton Wanderers hosts Olympiacos Piraeus in the second leg of the Europa League 1/8 finals. The match will be played on Thursday, July 6th at Molineux Stadium (Wolverhampton)
The quality of football that Wolverhampton demonstrates is noticeably higher, the selection of players is better, and the team looks much stronger in general. In the first match, they were probably prevented by the wild support of the Greek public. As for the upcoming match, Olympiacos cannot count on this trump card. The Wolves are playing at home, everyone is in a fighting mood, and the national championship has recently ended - now thoughts are only about the quarterfinals of the Europa League. Having scored an away goal, Wolverhampton will be satisfied with a goalless draw, but I think the Wanderers will be able to achieve a confident victory at the native stadium.
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The Greek club, which won the national championship, looked decent in the first meeting with the British. But that was a long time ago, and the Greeks were playing at the home stadium. Trips to England are traditionally not very successful for Olympiacos (except for their trip to London, that is, the match with Arsenal), and I do not think that this trend will be broken in the upcoming game. The team has a very long bench, but the players are of a rather modest level. They may beat everyone and everything in the national championship, but they are unlikely to defeat Wolverhampton. Nevertheless, the Greeks do not have such players as Moutinho, Dendoker, Neto, and Jimenez, and these players make the difference and the result.
The bookmakers are quite logical when considering Wolverhampton a favorite, and it was quite expected. Greeks are underdogs both at home and away. The bookmakers do not believe in their success in England, and the coefficient continues to fall every hour, so it is necessary to bet on the Wolves in advance. Most likely, the match will take place with a total advantage of the Premier League club, both in terms of ball possession and in terms of the number of dangerous attempts. I think the Wolves will probably convert several of them. I don't see any reason to go into handicaps and totals, but the hosts’ victory for a quite decent coefficient looks very tempting. Therefore, I will bet on them.
Prediction for the match: Wolverhampton to win