SC Braga

SC Braga vs Wolves

, KO: 17:55 Nov 28, 2019, Estadio Municipal de Braga

WOLVES have done a fine job silencing the naysayers who claimed they would struggle to juggle the demands of Europa League and Premier League football.

After crashing to Braga at Molineux in their Group K opener, Nuno Espirito Santo's side men have won three in a row, leaving them just a point away from securing a place in the last 32.

Many thought their European run would have an adverse affect on domestic form but that hasn't been the case, with Wolves riding high in fifth place after a weekend win over Bournemouth.

Santo has done a fine job managing his players through the tough schedule of playing Thursday-Sunday and will be out to deliver another win on his return to his native Portugal.

The Molineux boss will want to avenge that 1-0 loss on Matchday One but I've a feeling this one will end in a draw as such an outcome guarantees both sides a place in the knockout stage.

SC Braga haven't really put a foot wrong in the group, claiming two wins and a draw since that victory in England in the opening fixture.

Their form in Europe has been superb, going unbeaten in 11 games. Their last seven home matches in Europe have also ended without defeat so Wolves face a tough task if they are to come out on top, an outcome which is 23/10 at Sportingbet.

A Braga win, priced 13/8 by Betfair, would secure top slot in the group but I'll be sticking my money on the stalemate at 11/5 with Coral.

The Portuguese side have scored in every group game so far while Wolves' only blank came in that Molineux defeat to Braga. That suggests both teams to score will come up here at 5/6 with Ladbrokes but I'm wary of backing a lot of goals given it could be cagey.

Under 2.5 strikes is 8/11 with Boylesports and should come up but the odds aren't great so instead I'm going with the half-time score to be 0-0, which is 13/8 with Bet365.

In addition to boss Santo, seven Portuguese players will be heading back to their homeland in Wolves colours. That gives them an extra incentive to perform and Diogo Jota, back from suspension, is a tempting 3/1 for anytime scorer with Ladbrokes.

The home side also have a livewire in their attack in the shape of Wilson Eduardo. He has netted in their last two Europa League games so might be worth backing at 11/5 with Paddy Power for another goal here.

This match between SC Braga and Wolves will be played on Nov 28, 2019 and kick off at 17:55. Check below for our tipsters best SC Braga vs Wolves prediction. You may also visit our dedicated betting previews section for the most up to date previews.

SC Braga vs Wolves Betting Tips & Predictions
Diogo Jota anytime scorer
Half-time score 0-0

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