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Wolverhampton Wanderers are very close to secure a place in the group stages of UEFA Europa League as they will host the Italian side Torino at Molineux Stadium. Wolves recorded an entertaining 3:2 away victory in the first leg played in Turin seven days ago. That means even a narrow, low-scoring defeat, could still be enough for them to progress into the group stage. Wolverhampton went ahead when Joao Moutinho's free-kick was headed into his own net by Torino's Gleison Bremer. Diogo Jota doubled the advantage, Lorenzo de Silvestri pulled one back, Raul Jimenez restored Wolves two-goal advantage before Torino's best player Andrea Belotti set the final result from a late penalty.
About the team news. Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo has no important missing players, however, he could make some changes. Adama Traore, Leander Dendoncker and Ruben Vinagre were among the players who didn't play against Burnley in the Premier League, so they could appear here. The in-form forwards Jimenez and Diogo Jota should try to improve their combined record of eight goals in this competition. Torino coach Walter Mazzarri has some injury issues ahead of this match. Iago Falque is the most notable absentee. Cristian Ansaldi was forced off at half time against Sassuolo with a muscle issue and he is a doubt for this match. In addition, Simone Edera, Vittorio Parigini and Lyanco are also rated as doubtful through injuries.
Wolverhampton have a maximal record so far in UEFA Europe League. They beat twice Crusaders (2:0 at home, 4:0 away) and Pyunik Yerevan (4:0 at home and 4:0 away). Torino, meanwhile, outplayed Hungarian outfit Debrecen, winning 3:0 at home and 4:1 on road. One win and draw were enough to eliminate Shakhtyor Soligorsk from Belarus. Torino won 5:0 in Italy, while played an 1:1 draw away from home.
Wolverhampton vs Torino Prediction:
I expect an open and efficient match. Torino lost 3:2 at home and they must score at least twice to avoid the elimination. We should expect an offensive approach from Mazzarri's players. Wolverhampton will not play "catenaccio", this is not caractheristic for English clubs, even when they have advantage from the first match. Key strikers Jimenez and Diogo Jota are expected to start from the first minute, so the goals should came at Molineux Stadium.
Wolverhampton vs Torino Pick: Over 2.5 goals @ 1.95 with Bet365
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