Munoz has Strong Belief in Glasner’s Vision for the Revived Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace is sailing into their clash with Wolves brimming with confidence after a stunning victory over Manchester United earlier this week. The team’s defender, Daniel Munoz, expressed optimism about their progression under new manager Oliver Glasner ahead of their upcoming match against Wolves.

With an impressive 4-0 win against Manchester United, Palace has established itself as one of the Premier League’s top teams, boasting four wins and a draw from their last five matches. Michael Olise shone with a brace in the recent demolition of the Red Devils, marking Palace’s largest league victory over United since their 5-0 triumph in 1972.

A triumph against Wolves on Saturday could propel Palace into 12th place on the table, overtaking Fulham and Wolves. Munoz emphasized the team’s high spirits, stating that the win over Manchester United was a significant moment for everyone involved, including players, fans, and their families. The right-back highlighted the growing confidence within the squad and the positive impact of their new coach.

As Palace winds up the campaign in stellar form, Wolves are experiencing a dip following a promising season due to injuries to key attackers. The pressure is on Gary O’Neil’s side to secure a victory against Palace to salvage their hopes for a top-half finish. Star forward Matheus Cunha underlined the importance of finishing strong to build momentum for the upcoming season, stressing the need for a win in the final two games against Liverpool and Palace.

In the spotlight as players to watch are Wolves’ Hwang Hee-chan and Crystal Palace’s Jean-Philippe Mateta, key figures in their teams’ offensive strategies. A draw seems probable as Wolves have struggled against Palace in recent encounters, despite a few exceptions. The unpredictability of the match and the history of both teams suggest an even contest at Molineux.

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More