Wolves v Preston North End Preview Quiz

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1) Wolves won 1-0 against North End in the final game of the season last year, who was the the only goal scorer?

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Nouha Dicko
Danny Batth
Jordan Graham

2) Throwback to 2008 where Wolves defeated Preston 3-1 at Deepdale, which player bagged a hat-trick for Wolves that day and then got sent off?

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Sylvan Ebanks-Blake
Sam Vokes
Chris Iwelumo

3) Who is the current man in charge of Preston North End?

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Simon Grayson
Phil Parkinson
Alex Neil

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4) Who is Preston's top goal scorer so far this season?

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Jordon Hugill
Sean Maguire
Callum Robinson

5) Where do North End currently lie in EFL Championship table?

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5th
6th
7th

6) Which former Wolves player made the most appearances in his time at Preston North End?

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Sylvan Ebanks-Blake
David Jones
Leon Clarke

7) Both Wolves and Preston were founding member clubs of the Football League in 1888, which of these clubs were also a founding member?

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Leeds United
Nottingham Forest
Derby County

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8) In the 21 games played at Molineux between the two sides, how many goals have Wolves scored?

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30 goals
35 goals
40 goals

9) Both Wolves and Preston have been solid in defence this season, but who has more clean sheets, Preston's Chris Maxwell or Wolves' John Ruddy?

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Chris Maxwell
John Ruddy
Equal amount of clean sheets

10) Wolves haven't won back to back home league games against Preston since what year?

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1976
1988
1995

Wolves v Preston North End Preview Quiz

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Unlucky!

Stick to the day job!

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Not bad, but not great!

A lot of room for improvement, but not awful!

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3

Well done!

That's a really good effort, not quite an expert but you're on the way!

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Wow! You smashed it!

You know your stuff! You could probably teach us a thing or two!

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