‘If Newcastle aren’t bang at it’: Gabby Agbonlahor delivers a brutal warning to Newcastle United as he predicts who will win today – Wolves or Newcastle…

Gabby Agbonlahor has issued a caution to Newcastle United in anticipation of their upcoming match against Wolverhampton Wanderers. The Magpies are seeking a rebound following their recent Champions League defeat as they gear up for the Saturday evening Premier League clash with Wolves.

Eddie Howe’s squad faces a challenging fixture, compounded by injury concerns. Several key players, including Alexander Isak, Sven Botman, Jacob Murphy, and Elliot Anderson, are likely to be unavailable. There is a glimmer of hope that Sandro Tonali might still play despite an impending suspension.

Newcastle enters the game at Molineux with a somewhat depleted roster, facing a Wolves team that has quietly impressed in the current season, under the management of Gary O’Neil. O’Neil has achieved notable results in a short time frame, instilling confidence that his side can compete effectively against the Magpies.

Conversely, Eddie Howe is aware that if his Newcastle team performs at their highest level, they can triumph against any Premier League opponent. The question is whether they will deliver their best performance against Wolves, and according to Agbonlahor, he believes they will.

Agbonlahor predicts a 2-1 victory for Newcastle, but he suggests that the Magpies could encounter difficulties if they are not in peak form on Saturday evening. He acknowledges that Wolves, despite not registering as many wins as they may deserve, have displayed resilience in various matches, such as against Villa and Man City. Therefore, he warns that Newcastle could face a stern challenge.

Newcastle has performed reasonably well in games following Champions League fixtures, but this particular match follows a European loss. Howe is in need of a strong response, especially in a challenging setting like Molineux, where Wolves have already shown their ability to produce remarkable results this season, including a win against Manchester City in September.

It’s worth noting that Newcastle has not secured a Premier League victory at Molineux since October 2011, a match managed by Alan Pardew, featuring goals from Demba Ba and Jonas Gutierrez in a 2-1 win for the Magpies. Agbonlahor is optimistic that history will repeat itself, predicting a similar 2-1 result for Newcastle, though he acknowledges the formidable challenge that lies ahead.

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