Wolverhampton Wanderers and Torino measure forces at Molineux Stadium, in a second leg for this phase of the UEFA Europa League (Play-offs), after the victory outside of Wolverhampton Wanderers by (2-3) in the first leg. Torino presents considerable differences in its results at home and as a visitor, so in this match the home factor may be decisive.
The home team comes to this second leg with a 1-goal lead, after the victory was away by (2‑3) in the first leg. This is a team that presents similar results at home and abroad, so it is not usually affected by the home factor, since in the last 30 matches it records 7 wins, 4 draws and 4 losses as a visitor; against 10 wins and 5 draws in his stadium. In the last match he played, for the Premier League, he tied with Burnley at home for (1‑1). In their last 10 home games Wolverhampton Wanderers records 7 wins and 3 draws.
In this competition, he won the last 5 games he played. His attack has scored regularly, as he always scored at least one goal in the last 5 games for this competition. In 15 games, he suffered the first goal 4 times and only got 1 comeback.
Wolverhampton Wanderers comes to this match after a 1×1 draw with Burnley, in a Premier League match. We remember that he won a great victory against Torino, by 2×3, in the first game of these play-offs: the team’s goals were scored by Raúl Jiménez, Diogo Jota and Bremer (autogol). In advantage in the tie, coach Nuno Espírito Santo should play in the usual 3-5-2, favoring a more organized style of play: João Moutinho and Rúben Neves are usually responsible for creating and organizing the offensive process. The Portuguese Diogo Jota is one of the great dangers in the attack front: very fast and strong player in the counterattack. There are no absences for this game.
After the defeat at home, the visiting team comes to this second leg with a 1-goal drawback and with the difficult task of recovering this negative result as a visitor. This is a stronger team with the support of his fans, since in the last 30 matches he has recorded 3 wins, 10 draws and 2 losses as a visitor, with 15 goals scored and 14 suffered; against 12 wins, 1 draw and 2 losses in his stadium, with 35 goals scored and 14 suffered. The team arrives at this match after a home victory with Sassuolo by (2‑1). In the last 10 games played as a visitor for all competitions, Torino won 3, drew 6 and lost 1. His attack has scored regularly, as he scored at least one goal in each of the last 5 games for this competition .
Torino is motivated to this match, after a 2-1 victory against Sassuolo, in a match for the Italian championship. It should be noted that the Italians lost to Wolverhampton, by 2-3, and now looking for a victory to continue alive in the competition, but remains in a terrible situation: the team’s goals were scored by Belotti and De Silvestri. In this game, coach Walter Mazzarri should keep the team in a 3-4-3, with Andrea Belotti as the most advanced man: this player is a very powerful athlete, strong in the air game and effective in the finalization. Out of this game will be Iago Falque and Lyanco, due to physical problems.