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    Prediction League - Everton

    Last year we opened with a 2-2 draw with Everton to welcome ourselves back to the Premier League. When we went to Goodison, we knocked them around good for a 3-1 victory. This year, Everton have 4 points, but I don't think they're very happy with their performance. Opened with a 0-0 draw at Palace, beat a struggling Watford 1-0 and then lost 0-2 to at Aston Villa. I think they've had one of the softer openings, playing none of the big 6 and only one currently in the top 10. They've spent big again this summer, bringing in Andre Gomez, Fabian Delph, Moise Kean and Alex Iwobe. I think Moise Kean is going to be a star, but he's not quite there yet and that was their best signing IMO. He's young, so he hasn't put it all together yet. They've struggled to score goals so far, only one in league and only scored 3 in their seven preseason friendlies. They scored 4 in the EFL Cup, though it was against Lincoln City. We are still looking for our first league victory of the season. It could be this weekend, but I'll take the point on the road.

    Everton 1-1 Wolves

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    Everton 1 Wolves 2

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    Everton 1 Wolves 2 Jota

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    1-1, Jota.

    I'm so glad Palmeras contributes to this thread as it guarantees I won't finish bottom of the pile come seasons end. Well done that man!

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    Everton 1-2 Wolves Jimenez

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    Everton 0 Wolves 1
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    Quote Originally Posted by WOODLANDSWOLF View Post
    1-1, Jota.

    I'm so glad Palmeras contributes to this thread as it guarantees I won't finish bottom of the pile come seasons end. Well done that man!
    I too am always glad to see Palmeras contributing; to me it's "one of those givens", a bit like night following day. Rock solid that man.

    Everton 1 - Wolves 2

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    Everton 1-2 Wolves (Jimenez)

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    Everton 1 - Wolves 3 (Jota)

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    Quote Originally Posted by WOODLANDSWOLF View Post
    1-1, Jota.

    I'm so glad Palmeras contributes to this thread as it guarantees I won't finish bottom of the pile come seasons end. Well done that man!
    I will definitely finish above you fact

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfiebill View Post
    I too am always glad to see Palmeras contributing; to me it's "one of those givens", a bit like night following day. Rock solid that man.

    Everton 1 - Wolves 2

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    Just take a look at my predictions top man, don't look through rose tinted glasses

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    Palmeras’ standing in the Prediction League is pretty easy to predict. If Wolves lose a lot, he’ll have a decent season. If we win a lot, he won’t. That’s what happens when you predict a loss virtually every single game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MichiganWolf View Post
    Palmeras’ standing in the Prediction League is pretty easy to predict. If Wolves lose a lot, he’ll have a decent season. If we win a lot, he won’t. That’s what happens when you predict a loss virtually every single game.
    I predict what I think the score will be

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    Quote Originally Posted by Palmeras View Post
    I predict what I think the score will be
    Where did I say otherwise?

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    As Wolves supporters we often see the predicted result through rose tinted spectacles and predict a win. As Mitch states if we have a good season and win a lot of games our predictions will do well. A £100 win bet on all our Premier League games last season, would have shown a healthy profit. So far this season a £400 loss would be in the red column and Palmeras would be showing a profit. However, a £100 bet on West Brom this season would just about be breaking level.

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