Wolves Vs Sheffield Free Tips [1st Dec]
Sunday’s clash (December 1) between Wolves and Sheffield United pitches together two sides that are unbeaten in the Premier League since September. Wolves have climbed to fifth after a slow start, whilst Sheffield United sit one place behind them after continuing to amaze and entertain.
Check out our trends, analysis, and free tips for Wolves vs Sheffield United.
Wolves vs Sheffield Analysis
14:00 Kick Off on 1st Dec
Wolves vs Sheffield United Match Details
Wolves vs Sheffield United kicks-off at 2.00pm at Molineux Stadium on Sunday 1 December.
Wolves seemed distracted in the early weeks of the season by Europa League qualifying but still managed to hold Manchester United and Burnley to draws in their opening two home games. They were then thrashed 5-2 at home to Chelsea, but that seemed to spur them back into the sort of hard-to-beat form that saw them finish seventh last season.
They’ve since beaten Watford 2-0, drawn with Southampton 1-1, and beaten Villa 2-1. They’re current run of nine unbeaten Premier League games also includes draws at Crystal Palace, Newcastle, and Arsenal, as well as wins at Manchester City and Bournemouth.
Sheffield United Form
It’s amazing to think Sheffield United were about 8/13 to be relegated at the start of the season, yet they’re so far unbeaten on their travels.
They kicked-off with draws at Bournemouth and Chelsea before making a statement of intent with a 2-0 win at Everton.
They’ve since drawn at Watford, West Ham, and Tottenham. But they dominated at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and were also by far the better team for most of the match in a 3-3 home draw at home to Manchester United last week.
Wolves vs Sheffield United Head-To-Heads
Wolves and Sheffield United have never played each other in the Premier League but they did meet twice in the Championship in the 2017/18 season.
Both games were won by the home team, with Wolves winning 3-0 and Sheffield United 2-0. But both games were marred by sending-offs for the losing sides.
Wolves also proved to be a far superior team that season, winning the Championship with 99 points whilst Sheffield United finished 10th with 69 points.