Goncalo Guedes (€25.3m, Valencia) and Matheus Nunes (£38m, Sporting Lisbon) have recently arrived at Molineux and the Wolverhampton Wanderers supporters will be hoping that the pair can make a positive impact in front of goal.

With the exception of Raul Jimenez, Wolves have really struggled to have someone to bang the goals in on a regular basis since arriving in the English Premier League and they have only scored one goal in their first three encounters which is clearly something that won’t land you too many points.

Bruno Lage continues to look for the positives although this could be a difficult time to be facing a Newcastle side who look like top six challengers based on early evidence. Allan Saint-Maximin produced an outstanding performance against Manchester City and could be ready to cause havoc in the Midlands.

What Are the Best Bets for Wolves v Newcastle?

We are leaning towards a Newcastle United victory for this clash. The confidence levels are high at St James’ Park and there has been sensible recruitment which has seen a number of key positions being improved. Bruno Guimares has instantly been a success at the Tyneside club, with Joelinton being reinvented.

If you are not keen to bet on the 1x2 betting market, you might alternatively look at Under 2.5 Goals. Newcastle played out a goalless draw a fortnight ago in their first away game at Brighton, while Wolves’ first home clash was a 0-0 against Fulham. Indeed, you could do worse than bet on No Goalscorer for this encounter although we think 1-0 to Newcastle could also be worth covering.


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