Wolverhampton vs Gillingham.
It is extremely hilarious that these two teams, who are both at the bottom of their respective leagues, have managed to play each other since they both have scored goals that set records. Wolves had scored just six goals after 12 Premier League games, which was the fewest goals scored by the team after that many games since 1889.
The lowest goal-scoring record in League Two history at this point in the season belongs to Gillingham, who have only managed to score six goals in their 20 games in League Two to date. Wolves, however, will be a little happy with the World Cup performance. While they have had a number of players in Qatar over the previous month, the most of them have already returned to the club.
During the preceding 3 weeks of the World Cup, Wolves also played Empoli and Cadiz, drawing with Empoli and defeating Cadiz 4-3. Wolves, though, have performed horribly since returning to the league. They do enter this contest knowing that this will be the first game for new manager Julen Lopetegui, who joined the squad a few months ago but has yet to lead his new team out due to the World Cup.
For this prediction: Wolverhampton to win this match.
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