Wolverhampton Wanderers lowest Scoring Club

With a tally of 33 goals in 30 matches, Wolverhampton Wanderers is the lowest scoring club in the top 10 spots of the English Championship League. It hasn’t been a very prolific season for the attackers of Wolverhampton in this season with a large amount of matches in the league ending in draws or in victories by a slight margin.

Kenny Jackett is hoping and wants to see his team start being more productive when it comes to scoring goals and begin to win in a convincing fashion instead of just barely scrapping a victory.

Wolves series of Defeat in the League

Wolves suffered five consecutive defeats in the league and it has put a huge dent in their promotion aspirations.

Wolverhampton Wanderers facing back to back Defeats

The latest league matches of Wolverhampton Wanderers has seen the squad of Kenny Jackett sustaining back to back defeats after having lost against Derby County and Ipswich Town.

Their defeat against Derby County was rough for Wolverhampton as they got destroyed with a final scoreboard that displayed 5-0. It was a day to forget for the players and fans of Wolves. These losses have been a big blow towards the objective of Kenny Jackett and his team as they are aiming to secure a playoff position but Derby County and Ipswich Town just ran right through them.

Wolves aiming for top spot

Wolverhampton Wanderers going to the weekend’s match against Leeds United aiming for top spot in the Championship. The club had a great start to the season, but the last few weeks has been very difficult for the club.

Wolverhampton Has Disappointing draw

Wolverhampton Wanderers had to settle with a draw in their Championship League match against Charlton Athletic in a game that ended with a final scoreboard of 1-1.

This is the 2nd consecutive draw that Wolverhampton has sustained in their journey of making it through the Championship League and snatch a spot in the top tier Premier League.

The opening goal of the match was scored by Charlton Athletic’s Andre Amougou as he scored at the 25th minute but a 2nd half goal from Danny Batth rescued 1 point for Wolverhampton Wanderers.