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Frank Lampard was a great footballer, but we doubt that the Londoner will reach the same level as a coach! As we witnessed at his former club Chelsea, some of Lampard’s tactics are naive. In fact, that’s also been the case at Everton, and 16th place in the table is proof!

On paper, the Toffee’s improved their squad during the summer. However, injuries to key players haven’t helped their cause, and losing Richarlison to Tottenham is proving costly.

There was a time when Everton was hard to beat at home, but that is no longer the case! For the record, Lampard’s men are just 2-2-3 at Goodison Park. 

The Toffee’s lost 2 of their last three home games Manchester United (1-2) and Leicester (0-2). Sandwiched in between was a 3-0 win over Crystal Palace, albeit the result was badly exaggerated.

For the most part, Everton has struggled to score goals this season. On that note, the coach revealed star striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin was back in training but unlikely to take part. As for speedy winger Andros Townsend, he had another setback and won’t be available over the coming weeks. Another big miss for the hosts will be Conor Coady. Unfortunately, the England defender won’t be allowed to play against the team who owns him!

Meanwhile, the Wolves have appointed a new manager Julien Lopetegui. This will be the 46-year-old’s first competitive game in charge, although they warmed up with three friendly matches.

Despite being bottom of the league table, Lopetegui has inherited a talented 24-man squad. Moreover, the owners have agreed to make funds available to acquire up to six new players. From what we understand, one of them is likely to be Atletico Madrid’s Brazilian striker Matheus Cunha. 

In his own words, the Wolves coach has been preparing his players for 23 finals in a Marbella training camp. 

It won’t be long before the Wolves get themselves out of this quagmire. To cut a long story short, we expect major improvement from the visitors and all three points. Nevertheless, we are advising +/-0, at positive odds.

BET: WOLVES +/-0 (draw no bet)

Odds: 2.34