The gap separating good mid-ranking Premier League teams and the elite is a chasm these days, and Wolves are the latest club to be hit by that reality.
Having finished seventh last season, their reward was a Europa League qualifying campaign that has taken its toll on a limited squad, and after poor performances against Burnley, Everton and Chelsea, they go into this game in the bottom three.
Palace were thrashed 4-0 at Tottenham last time, but they’ve had good results against Everton and Aston Villa at home, and they will be a lot fresher than their opponents, who were in Europa League action on Thursday. Wolves are shaky at the back and short of ideas in possession, and a home win looks a good bet here.
This has been a tough year for Joe Schmidt’s Ireland side, but they completed their World Cup warm-up with a brace of confidence-boosting wins over Wales and they can get their Japan 2019 campaign off to a winning start on Sunday.
Under Gregor Townsend, Scotland have shown they can beat almost anyone on their day, and their high-risk attacking style can be glorious to watch.
But away from Murrayfield, they look a much less dangerous opponent, and Ireland’s battle-hardened squad, guided by the experienced Schmidt seem a solid bet to get the win that will go a long way to securing their quarter-final place.
We’re only in week Three of the NFL season but the quarterback injury list already features some big names. Ben Roethlisberger is out for the season, Nick Foles will be missing until at least Week 11 and Cam Newton is struggling.
Perhaps the most significant loss is Drew Brees of New Orleans. The Saints came within a missed call of reaching the Super Bowl last season, but without their star quarterback to orchestrate their offense, they are significantly weakened.
And this weekend, New Orleans’ loss is Seattle’s gain. Having already taken advantage of Roethlisberger’s injury to beat the Steelers in Pittsburgh, the 2-0 Seahawks have an ideal opportunity to pick up another win in a fixture that looked like being a lot tougher when the schedule was announced. Back Russell Wilson and co to get the job done and extend their strong start to the season.
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