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Wolverhampton v Everton
Everton visit the Wolves on Sunday, May 6, at 14:00 GMT.
Their fate has been already decided but Wolverhampton is still alive and kicking. This was very apparent in their last game against Swansea – down 4-1 after 31 minutes, Terry Connor’s troops clawed their way back to level the game at the 69th minute. With nothing to play for, the Wolves look to play the spoiler’s part; and they do play that part well, by the way.
A draw last time out means that Wolverhampton only has three miserable points tallied since February 12. If there’s one area on the pitch to blame for this, it’s probably the Wolves’ defense. Wolverhampton after all, is a team that concedes 18 shots a game on the average despite keeping a decent 48% average possession.
The Toffees play a midweek tie against Stoke (which is yet to being while this preview is being written) before visiting Wolverhampton. Should they get a result at Stoke, Everton will be visiting the Wolves with menacing form. They have not lost a single game since March pending the result at the Britannia, and have scored no less than four goals in three consecutive games – one of them was draw against Manchester United that significantly changed the landscape of the title race.
Jack Rodwell and Leighton Baines are still out on a long lay-off while Darron Gibson may come back against Wolves after getting an injury against Fulham. David Moyes will nonetheless have a strong team to line up against the Wolves so expect the blue side of Merseyside to do serious damage to their hosts this Sunday.
Wolverhampton v Everton Betting Preview
Everton look really dangerous in their last games. A seamless relationship from the back all the way to the front of the net renders this team so much firepower that you wouldn’t really fancy Wolverhampton to stand a chance against them. While the Wolves proved that they could upset any opposition as they did against Swansea, Everton are much more stable at the back and should be able to handle the Wolverhampton attacks well.
Verdict: An Everton win is on the books, 3-1.
Tip: A correct score of 3-1 is at 12/1 odds, and is an earnest punt unless you fancy the scores to go beyond that. The score-line has a good chance of making it to 4-1 at fulltime, with a 22/1 odds. Play this with a Nikica Jelavic to score two or more goals at 15/4 and Steven Fletcher to score last at 7/1 and you have a potentially very rewarding deal in your hands.
All odds are from Bet365.com (£200 FREE BET!).