Adama Traore’s first league goal of the season capped a fine Wolves win over Southampton last weekend.

Wolves are now unbeaten in five games in all competitions, and they’ve also found their shooting boots. Could Bruno Lage’s plan finally be falling into place after a mixed start to the season?

We’ve taken a look at all you need to know about Wolves – from their next league game, to the latest football betting odds.

When is the next Wolves Premier League fixture?

Wolves travel to the capital to face Brentford in a 15:00 kick-off on Saturday. The Midlands club have lost just one of their last nine Premier League away games against promoted sides (W5 D3). Meanwhile, they’ve lost just three of their last 15 top-flight games, with only Manchester City (13) conceding fewer goals than them this term (15).

What are the odds that Wolves win their next game?

Wolves will look to extend their four-match unbeaten run at Brentford on Saturday. After beating Manchester United and Southampton, Old Gold are 6/4 to defeat the Bees. While it’s 2/1 that the points are shared.

Jose Sa has only conceded 15 goals in his first 20 Premier League starts, the fewest in a goalkeeper’s first 20 starts in the league since Alisson in December 2018. In fact, Sa has saved 24 of the last 25 shots on target he’s faced from open play in Premier League matches. The shot-stopper has kept a clean sheet in three of his last four league games and it’s 29/20 he keeps another here.

What is the latest Wolves injury and transfer news?

Fernando Marcal and Ruben Neves must prove their fitness after missing the Southampton win. Pedro Neto, Yerson Mosquera, Willy Boly, and Hwang Hee-chan are still unavailable. While Romain Saiss remains on international duty at the Africa Cup of Nations.

Who are Wolves’ key players?

Hwang Hee-chan has established himself as a key member of the Wolves squad this season with four goals in 14 appearances. His emergence has lightened the load on Raul Jimenez, who has recaptured his best form after a serious head injury. Elsewhere, midfielders Ruben Neves, Joao Moutinho and Romain Saiss set the tempo for Wolves’ play.

Wolves Premier League fixtures

Wolves’ Premier League fixtures for the 2021/22 season in full are below:

14/08/202115:00Leicester v Wolves1-0
22/08/202114:00Wolves v Spurs0-1
29/08/202116:30Wolves v Man United0-1
11/09/202115:00Watford v Wolves0-2
18/09/202112:30Wolves v Brentford0-2
26/09/202114:00Southampton v Wolves0-1
02/10/202115:00Wolves v Newcastle2-1
16/10/202115:00Aston Villa v Wolves2-3
23/10/202115:00Leeds v Wolves1-1
01/11/202120:00Wolves v Everton2-1
06/11/202115:00Crystal Palace v Wolves2-0
20/11/202115:00Wolves v Westham1-0
27/11/202115:00Norwich v Wolves0-0
30/11/202119:45Wolves v Burnley0-0
04/12/202115:00Wolves v Liverpool0-1
11/12/202115:00Man City v Wolves1-0
14/12/202119:45Brighton v Wolves0-1
18/12/202115:00Wolves v Chealsea0-0
26/12/202115:00Wolves v Watford
28/12/202115:00Arsenal v Wolves
01/01/202215:00Man United v Wolves0-1
15/01/202215:00Wolves v Southampton3-1
22/01/202215:00Brentford v Wolves
08/02/202219:45Wolves v Arsenal
12/02/202215:00Spurs v Wolves
19/02/202215:00Wolves v Leicester
26/02/202215:00West Ham v Wolves
05/03/202215:00Wolves v Crystal Palace
12/03/202215:00Everton v Wolves
19/03/202215:00Wolves v Leeds
02/04/202215:00Wolves v Aston Villa
09/04/202215:00Newcastle v Wolves
16/04/202215:00Wolves v Man City
23/04/202215:00Burnley v Wolves
30/04/202215:00Wolves v Brighton
07/05/202215:00Chelsea v Wolves
15/05/202215:00Wolves v Norwich
22/05/202216:00Liverpool v Wolves

What are the Wolves odds to be relegated from the Premier League?

With 31 points this season, Wolves fans won’t even be considering relegation. In fact, they’re 250/1 to go down. A top-half finish is odds-on, with a top-six spot priced at 15/2. The Midlands side could also make a late challenge for a top-four finish, which is chalked up at 66/1.

Who is the manager of Wolves?

Bruno Lage has settled into life at Wolves quite well. HIs side are going about their business quietly, plotting a top-half finish as things stand. Lage has a history of Portuguese trophy wins, including the 2018/19 league title and 2019 Super Cup whilst coaching Benfica, and their impressive form will have Wolves fans dreaming of similar this term.

Where is Wolves’ stadium?

Wolves play at Molineux Stadium, where they have been since 1889. The stadium was one of the first to install floodlights, enabling evening games with foreign teams. The stadium also hosted the first UEFA Cup Final in 1972.