Raul Jimenez vs Dominic Calvert-Lewin | Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Everton

Idowu Oluwashola
By Idowu Oluwashola
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Wolverhampton Wanderers will host Everton on Sunday afternoon requiring all three points to retain their hold of sixth position in League table.

Both the clubs boasts handful of big names in the team sheet. Premier League News Now will today analyse another Key Battle ‘Raul Jimenez vs Dominic Calvert-Lewin’ that supporters will have to look out for.

Wolves have continued to be in great form this term, resulting to their highly (6th) position on the league table. Thanks to their Mexican international forward Raul Jiménez who has relentlessly shown his qualities and level of consistency thus far.

The 29-yrs-old striker has impressively contributed 46% of his team’s goals, with the forward scoring 15 league goals thus far with six assists in 34 league matches.


Jiménez is known for his physical presence in and around the penalty area coupled with his ability to hold-up play. Standing over 6ft, his ability in the air which allows him to head long passes on or bring the ball down and bring others into play is equally as impressive as his ability with the ball at his feet.

Due to his impressive quality, the Mexican international forward has been praised for not just being a “traditional number 9,” but as a “well-rounded player.” His playing style has been compared with Sweden’s icon Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

No wonder he has been one of Chris Wilder’s most productive player, whose influence in every game never went unnoticed.

While Dominic Calvert-Lewin looks to have being on a different level since Carlo Ancelloti took over the managerial position. The 23-yrs-old forward has scored 13 goals and providing an assist in 32 league matches.


Calvert-Lewin is known to be a big lad who is technically gifted and posses what it takes to excel on the big stage. He is fantastic with the head, clever in the box and sharp.

He posses clinical edge and impressive positional awareness in the box, with incredible pace to run in-behind the defenders and the height to play the target man.

His versatility helps his team’s tactical approach and has been key to what Carlo Ancelotti is orchestrating.

With his enthusiasm, determination, mentality and desire to improve his game, Dominic Calvert-Lewin will undoubtedly be England and Everton’s next big thing, if he continues to show the hunger, especially under his current manager Carlo Ancelloti, who is known to have the ability to give his players the necessary tools to bring out the best in them.

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