Porto vs Wolves Prediction, Odds & Betting Tips 25/07/2023

FC Porto
25/07/23 - 19:00

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Wolverhampton

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* Betting odds were correct at the time of publication but are subject to change.

Picks and Best Predictions for Porto vs Wolves

After finishing second in the Portuguese league last season, Porto is looking to come back strong with the all-important preseason period at hand.

Porto to Win

  • Porto has won 13 matches in a row
  • Wolves have two wins from their last five encounters
  • The last time these teams met was in 1974 when each team won once

Under 2.5 Goals

  • Porto has played two straight matches with fewer than three goals scored
  • Wolves went over the mark twice in the past five games
  • The h2h record stands at two ‘over' matches from the same number of games

Stats for Porto vs Wolves prediction

Porto's last five matches: WWWWW

Wolves' last five matches: WLDLW

Head to Head

25/07/23

Elite Club Friendlies Elite

FC Porto

FC Porto

Wolverhampton

Wolverhampton

0

1

Last Five - FC Porto

26/05/24

Portugal Cup Portugal

Sporting

Sporting

FC Porto

FC Porto

1

2

W

18/05/24

Portugal Primeira Liga Portugal

Braga

Braga

FC Porto

FC Porto

0

1

W

12/05/24

Portugal Primeira Liga Portugal

Boavista

Boavista

FC Porto

FC Porto

1

2

W

04/05/24

Portugal Primeira Liga Portugal

Chaves

Chaves

FC Porto

FC Porto

0

3

W

28/04/24

Portugal Primeira Liga Portugal

Sporting

Sporting

FC Porto

FC Porto

2

2

D

Last Five - Wolverhampton

19/05/24

England Premier League EPL

Liverpool

Liverpool

Wolverhampton

Wolverhampton

2

0

L

11/05/24

England Premier League EPL

Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace

Wolverhampton

Wolverhampton

3

1

L

04/05/24

England Premier League EPL

Man City

Man City

Wolverhampton

Wolverhampton

5

1

L

27/04/24

England Premier League EPL

Luton

Luton

Wolverhampton

Wolverhampton

1

2

W

24/04/24

England Premier League EPL

Bournemouth

Bournemouth

Wolverhampton

Wolverhampton

1

0

L

Europe is a friendly matches playground during the summer months and with plenty to offer through different markets, you can check all the developments on our football betting tips page.

Team News, Preview, and Porto vs Wolves Lineups

Porto

The giants of Portugal football had a quiet summer thus far bringing in only one player, a center-forward Fran Navarro who arrived from Gil Vicente. There were, however, some departures including the one of center-back Diogo Leite who joined Union Berlin while Mateus Uribe, Wilson Manafa, Nanu, and Fernando Andrade left as their contracts expired. Porto's form has been impressive, they finished their domestic season with 12 straight victories and continued with that kind of form when they defeated Portimonense in their first friendly match of the preseason. Joao Mario is not expected to play in this tie due to injury concerns.

Provisional lineup: Costa, Carmo, Cardoso, Wendell, Carraca, Grujic, Baro, Otavio, Franco, Martinez, Evanilson.

Wolves

The Wolverhampton Wanderers are in the midst of an interesting summer. They were one of the first teams to do business with Saudi Arabia billionaires when they sold their star player Ruben Neves. The club then reinvested that money by completing Matheus Cunha's transfer from Atletico Madrid on a permanent deal while also adding defensive midfielder Boubacar Traore from Metz. Matt Doherty is back in the Premier League on a free transfer, also from Atletico. Tom King will bring some options as a reserve goalkeeper. There were other departures as well next to Neves. Nathan Collins was sold to Brentford while Conor Coady moved to the Championship where he will represent Leicester.

Provisional lineup: Sa, Dawson, Toti, Doherty, Hoever, Lemina, Traore, Nunes, Gomes, Guedes, Jimenez.

Player to Watch: Fran Navarro

The only new player for Porto during this summer's transfer window is Fran Navarro, the 25-year-old Spaniard who last played for Gil Vicente where he scored 37 goals in 79 appearances. The Spanish international will be a valuable asset for Porto as they try to regain the domestic title.

Navarro also played for Valencia where he accumulated 97 appearances with 27 goals on the record. The Mestalla outfit is the place where he started his career in its youth program. Later on, he moved on loan to Belgium's Lokeren before returning to Valencia's reserve squad. Navarro wanted a new challenge as his career with Valencia didn't go as planned, so he chose to join Gil Vicente which proved to be a good decision.

Starting lineups

Starting lineups are usually released 60 minutes before kick-off.


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