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Wednesday's football match fixtures and prediction.

Wolves vs Tottenham Hotspur 

Oskar Buur (Unknown Injury), Bruno Jordão (Unknown Injury), Jonny Otto (Knee Injury) and Pedro Neto (Knee Injury) are not available for Wolves boss Bruno Lage.

Team News: Tottenham Hotspur

Tottenham Hotspur boss Nuno Espírito Santo has to currently contend with reduced team options. Ryan Sessegnon (Knock), Lucas Moura (Ankle Injury) and Steven Bergwijn (Ankle Injury) are those who can’t be considered.


We’re thinking that Tottenham Hotspur will likely create enough chances to put one past this Wolverhampton Wanderers team, however that possibly won’t quite be enough to avoid a loss.

We reckon that it will be a very close game with a 2-1 advantage for Wolverhampton Wanderers at the end of this one. Let’s just see how this one goes.

Millwall vs Leicester City

It doesn’t get much better regarding selection, with just the lone fitness concern for the Millwall gaffer Gary Rowett to be concerned about thanks to an otherwise robust group of players. Maikel Kieftenbeld (Knock) misses out.

Team News: Leicester City

Leicester City boss Brendan Rodgers has to choose a team with limited availability. Wesley Fofana (Fibula Fracture), Nampalys Mendy (Groin Injury) and James Justin (Cruciate Ligament Injury) are not ready for selection.


We feel that over the course of the game, Millwall could well find it tough to hit the back of the net against this Leicester City side who we reckon will manage to get a goal of their own in a winning performance.

We’re therefore expecting a good battle with a 0-1 winning score for Leicester City at full-time.

Brighton vs Swansea City 

Adam Webster (Hamstring Injury) and Tudor Baluta (Unknown Injury) won’t be available for Brighton gaffer Graham Potter.

Team News: Swansea City

Owing to a completely injury-free group available to select from, the Swansea City boss Russell Martin does not have any fitness concerns to speak of before this game.


In this match, Brighton & Hove Albion should be able to create a high number of chances and successful shots on target.

In contrast, Swansea City might well find it a difficult task to get shooting opportunities although we do think that they will probably end up getting enough chances to score, too.

We reckon that it will be a fairly comfortable 3-1 winning margin for Brighton & Hove Albion come full-time.

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