Our football match prediction:
Wolverhampton have been slipping down the standings week by week. The Wolves are on a six-game winless run in the Championship and they recorded their last win in the English second tier back on 24 September (Brentford). Rob Edwards’ men sit in 17th place in the standings ahead of the visit of Derby County and they are desperate to escape the danger zone. Wolverhampton, though, have been struggling in front of goal of late and seeing that they failed to find the net in two of their previous three league fixtures, we are not tempted to put our money on the hosts this time out. Derby County managed to overcome the crisis and the Rams will be looking to build on a 2-0 win over Sheffield Wednesday when they square off against Wolverhampton at Molineux Stadium. Taking everything into account we predict that the visitors will pick up all three points from Saturday’s football match.
Highlighted Player (James Henry):
James Henry was born in Reading on 10 June, 1989, but he grew up in Woodley. He began playing football at his home-town club Woodley Saints, but he made progress during his spell at Reading’s youth academy. Henry is a winger who is capable of playing as a centre midfielder as well, but he failed to score for Reading in 10 league appearances for the club. After ending his loan spells with the likes of Nottingham Forest, Bournemouth, Norwich City and Millwall, he signed a permanent deal with the Lions on 28 July, 2010. Henry signed a three-year deal with Millwall and he made his home debut in a 4-0 win over Hull City. It has to be noted that Henry played for both Scotland and England at youth level in the past, but he has yet to make his debut for the first team. Henry was born in England, but his parents are Scottish and, as a result, he is eligible to play for both England and Scotland.
Highlighted Team (Derby County):
Derby County are one of the 12 founder members of the Football League. However, nowadays the Rams compete in the Championship and they play their home matches at Pride Park Stadium. Derby County have won the two trophies in the English top flight (1971/1972, 1974/1975), with the team lifting the FA Cup trophy just after the World War II (1946). Derby’s main rivals are Nottingham Forest, Leicester City and Leeds United, but the rivalry between Forest and Derby is regarded as the biggest one. The two teams take on each other in the East Midlands derby. The colour of Derby’s shirts is white, whilst their shorts are black. It has to be noted that the club was founded in 1884 by William Morley. The Rams competed in the European competitions four times, but they did not record a notable result in the European Cups. The club’s chairman is Mel Morris.