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It is a big evening at Molineux for Championship side Wolves on Saturday as they play host to Premier League champions-elect Chelsea. Wolves landed a huge FA Cup win in the last round when they went as heavy underdogs at Anfield against Liverpool and managed to hang in for a 2-1 upset there. That was the result of the season for them and their reward is a crack at another Premier League side. Prior to beating Liverpool, Wolves had already knocked out top flight opposition in Stoke as well. Chelsea though have won nine of their last 10 games against Wolves in all competitions (L1) and so have massive head to head form. The Blues have taken seven clean sheets in those last ten games against Wolves as well. Chelsea have only won one of their last four away games in all competitions, but they are heavy favourites to win this clash against the Championship side who are muddling along in the bottom half of the second tier. The power that Chelsea have in their ranks, even in depth, sees them go as odds-on favourites to move through to the quarter finals. Register an account with 888Sport and take Chelsea 5/1 or Wolves 33/1 enhanced odds to win! This is a new customer exclusive offer only from 888Sport so after signing up with them, make a minimum £10 deposit on the new account. Then place your first bet following registration of at least £5 on either Wolves or Chelsea to win (90 minutes ‘Match’ winner market only). The maximum stake for the Enhanced Odds is £10, any stake above this amount will be paid out at the normal odds. The offer is for single bets only and any additional winnings will be credited as free bets and free bet tokens will be added in maximum denominations of £20. The 888Sport enhanced odds promotion is valid until 18th February 2017 17:29:59 GMT
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Wolves v Chelsea FA Cup Predictions & Betting Odds – 18th February 2017

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Wolves v Chelsea Betting Preview - FA Cup 18th February 3.00pm This one would have looked a little more routine and mundane if it weren’t for the huge Premier League scalp that Wolves collected in the last round of the FA Cup. They went up to Anfield to face Liverpool and they pulled off one of the results of the fourth round in taking a win there. That will give them confidence of pushing Chelsea when they meet the premier League Champions-elect at Molineux on Saturday. Can Wolves claim another giant scalp or will the quality of the Blues, who really don’t have a need to rest players for the match up, move on through to the quarter finals? There’s a good game in prospect. Online betting site Coral offer a Bet & Get Club for their customers. Each week from Monday through Thursday, if you make the qualifying stake amount of £25 across any sport in their sportsbook, then on the Friday you will claim a free £5 bet back to use that weekend! You can opt into this great promotion each and every week and start amassing those free bets just from your regular betting! The offer is open to new and existing customers. Register an account with online betting site Coral and also enjoy £20 worth of free bets as well from them!

Wolves v Chelsea FA Cup Betting Tips

Wolves pulled off one of the big shocks of the fourth round when they went to Anfield and took down Liverpool with a 2-1 win. Not many punters will have seen that coming but that was their second Premier League scalp of the campaign so far this season. They went to Stoke in the third round and pulled a win out of their hat as well. So it’s been a pretty intense campaign from Wolves and now they take on the Premier League Champions-elect on Saturday when they play host to Chelsea. Overall the season has been a bit of a disappointment for Wolves are just six points above the drop zone in the second tier and who are firmly rooted in the bottom half of the table. They haven’t put together much from lately either as they are on a three match losing streak and they have suffered defeats in four of their last six games in all competitions, which makes their FA Cup progress even more surprisingly. They have not picked up a clean sheet in any of their last six games and both teams to score in this one will return a price of 4/5. It will remain to be seen whether or not Chelsea go full strength for this one and of course if they do then Wolves may struggle to make a big impact. Wolves have actually won one of their last ten games played against Chelsea in all competitions, losing the other nine so there certainly is not any head to head form to suggest that they are going to pull off a big upset. The last time that Wolves and Chelsea met in the FA Cup was in March 1994 with Chelsea taking a 1-0 home win on that occasion. Wolves have failed to score in seven of their last ten games against Chelsea now and a Chelsea to win to nil wager at Coral to oppose the both teams to score option is an 11/8 price which could be some value. Wolves have gone W6 D3 L8 at home this season across all competitions and they have suffered seven defeats in their last ten on home soil. So big problems for their overall form and they are heavy underdogs at Molineux for this one, even after beating Liverpool, but then the Reds were heavily under strength for the match. Helder Costa has been their big goal scorer threat this season and he is a 3/1 anytime goalscorer option, and really aside from his input, o-one is really running in good scoring form for Wolves right now. In the Coral anytime goalscorer market there is a price of 4/6 on Diego Costa with Michy Batshuayi at 5/6 and Eden Hazard at 11/8. Chelsea have been held to a 1-1 scoreline in their last two away games, which were at Liverpool and Burnley in the Premier League. A 1-1 correct score at Coral is a big 8/1 price to return in this one. Away from home in all competitions, Chelsea have posted a W6 D2 L1 record in their last nine so it is hard to see them slipping up. Chelsea have been coasting in the FA Cup this season having moved past both Peterborough and Brentford at Stamford Bridge and scoring four goals in each of those. Over 2.5 goals in Saturday’s clash is a price of 8/13 with Coral and you would imagine that because Chelsea don’t return to Premier League action until the following weekend, they can send out a fairly strong side. Chelsea have won three of their last four (L1) visits to Wolves in all competitions and they are 7/2 to win the FA Cup this season outright with only Man City slightly shorter priced.

Wolves v Chelsea FA Cup Betting Odds

Chelsea 4/11, Draw 15/4, Wolves 7/1

Wolves v Chelsea FA Cup Predictions

Chelsea remain one of the favourites for the FA Cup title this season and while this may not be the most comfortable of games for them, they are likely to edge their way through the task. The Blues have the quality and depth in their ranks to pull this one out of the back and they have a week to recover before their next Premier League duty, so they can actually attack this one with a strong side. Wolves may struggle to make a huge impression in the game so look for Chelsea to win to nil on their trip to Molineux. They will have enough to keep the home side at arms length.  
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Liverpool v Wolves FA Cup Predictions & Betting Odds – 28th January 2017

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Liverpool v Wolves Betting Preview - FA Cup 28th January 12.30pm Wolves have already claimed a Premier League scalp this season in the FA Cup. They went to Stoke in the third round and carded a 2-0 win and now they get their shot at Anfield against Liverpool. Will the Championship side be able to pull off another upset? What could work in their favour is the busy schedule that Liverpool have been having, the Reds having had to go through a midweek EFL Cup semi final second leg against Southampton. The Merseysiders lost out on their shot at Wembley as the lost 2-0 on aggregate against the Saints, so will they pick themselves up for this? Will Jurgen Klopp go full force at this with a massive league game against Chelsea coming up on Tuesday? Boylesports have their Crossbar Challenge promotion going for this FA Cup tie. They will double winnings if either side hits the crossbar in the match (the ball must rebound back into play to activate the promotion) and the maximum free bet that can be picked up from the offer is £500. The initial stake will be paid out in cash then you will get free bets to double your winnings!  There is one free bet per customer and this applies to your first wager placed on the game, but it does cover all selections in all markets. Register an account with online betting site Boylesports and earn a free £20 bet as a welcome bonus from them.

Liverpool v Wolves Betting Tips

Things have just gone off the boil for Liverpool lately. They aren’t ticking along too great at the moment having claimed just one win in their last seven games across all competitions. That win was an FA Cup third round replay down on the south coast at Plymouth. So it has been just a W1 D3 L3 record in that sequence of seven games by Juergen Klopp’s men, so are the Anfield crew running out of steam? January has been incredibly busy for Liverpool because of them having reached the semi finals of the EFL Cup. This game against Wolves will be their eighth game since the turn of the new year and they go again on Tuesday in a huge match up against Chelsea in the Premier League. The extra workload and juggling starting line ups has hit Liverpool and they have failed to hit the back of the net in four of their last seven games. For their powerful attack which had been on show up until the start of January, that’s been a huge drop. Under 2.5 goals with Boylesports is a price of 7/5. Only three of the last ten meetings between the two clubs have gone over the goal line so there is a little trend there. Liverpool are in winning head to head form at Anfield against Wolves across all competitions because they have gone W3 L1 in their last four against them. The last time that Liverpool and Wolves came together was during the 2011/12 Premier League season, with Liverpool winning both games. Liverpool have lost just one of their last eight meetings with Wolves in a W5 D2 L1 record in that sequence of games. You have an option of 8/11 with Boylesports on both teams not to score. In the anytime goalscorer market, Daniel Sturridge, who missed a sitter against Southampton in the week as the Reds bowed out of the EFL Cup semi final, is 8/11 joint favourite in the anytime goalscorer market with Divock Origi. Roberto Firmino is just out at little longer at 10/11. Liverpool went 12 games unbeaten on home soil from the start of the season in all competitions, but have lost their last two on home soil and are winless in three there now. Shaky times. Wolves claimed the Premier League scalp of Stoke in the last round, taking a 2-0 away win at the Bet365 Stadium.  Paul Lambert’s men aren’t enjoying a profitable season in the Championship, but this month there have been positive signs that they are getting something going in the right direction. Wolves have gone W4 D1 L2 in their last seven played in all competitions. They have gone W3 D1 L2 in their last six road games and only failed to score in one of those. A trip to Anfield is going to be a tough game for them, but Plymouth went there in the third round and dug in defensively for a 0-0 shock draw, so Wolves can perhaps draw inspiration from that. In the Boylesports correct score market for this one there is a price of 16/1 on a 0-0 draw, with the shortest priced option in the market being a Liverpool 2-0 scoreline. Wolves have shipped at least two goals in each of the last three games against Liverpool. You have 11/2 options like David Edwards and Helder Costa in the anytime goalscorer market for the visitors.

Liverpool v Wolves Betting Odds

Liverpool /15, Draw 11/2, Wolves 12/1

Liverpool v Wolves Predictions

Wolves showed up at Stoke, kept a clean sheet and took out their Premier League opponents. Can they do it at Anfield? Well Liverpool are really off the boil at the moment and aren’t scoring to the level that everyone knows they can. So they are looking just a bit below par which will give Wolves a shot at sticking in there. The Reds too have to have an eye on that Tuesday game coming up against Chelsea as well. It may be worth looking at a draw/Liverpool half time/full time punt on the game.
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Fulham v Wolves Predictions & Betting Odds 19th August 2014

Championship Betting
Fulham v Wolves Betting Preview Newly promoted Wolves have yet to really show their teeth so far in the early days of the Championship. A narrow victory over Norwich on the opening day was followed up by an away defeat on the weekend. But then Fulham have fared worse, losing their two opening matches, but they have strong home form going against Wolves.

Fulham v Wolves Betting Tips

The Cottagers have won four and drawn two of their last six home matches against Wolves. To add weight to looking at some value on Fulham in this one, the away team has not won in any of the last 12 meetings between these sides in all competitions. Fulham opened the season with an away loss against Ipswich and then lost at home on the weekend against Millwall. It hasn’t been a positive start in the Championship for Fulham who dropped from the Premier League last season. Boss Felix Magath has largely been trusting in his youth to get things right for them this season and make a challenge to get back up to the top flight. Finding goals is clearly an issue for them at the moment, but there is quality in there with Ross McCormack, Moussa Dembele and Hugo Rodallega in the mix. Can they deliver their first win of the season to get them going in the right direction? It would be a huge boost of confidence for them. The last time that they ran into Wolves was in the 2011/12 Premier League, with Fulham taking a 5-0 win in this corresponding fixture after losing 2-0 at Molineux. But it is that strong home form which they have going against the Midlands side which could at least produce some value in them not losing against Wolves again. Wolves have scored just one goal in their last five visits to Craven Cottage now, so the history is stacked against them. They have tough home games coming up against Cardiff and Blackpool too, so at least a point from this one would be something for them. They were impressive in their attack-mindset last season in League One, but haven’t hit the ground running naturally in the step up in division. Rotherham somewhat comfortably kept them at arms length on the weekend. Could it be worth perhaps just shooting for some bigger value in backing Fulham to win to nil at a price of 10/3 given all of this? Nouha Dicko is shortest priced option for Wolves at 2/1 in the anytime goalscorer market.

Fulham v Wolves Betting Odds

Fulham 11/8, Wolves 15/8, Draw 12/5 There is a lot of tight looking games in the midweek Championship coupon, so it is well worth considering the 0-0 Bore Draw Promotion on offer at online bookmaker Bet365, which covers the Correct Score, Scorecast and Half Time/Full Time markets. New customers registering an account with them can get up to a free £200 bet as a very nice welcome bonus too!

Fulham v Wolves Predictions

The stats all lean towards Fulham not losing this one. But they haven’t found their feet just yet in the Championship which casts some doubt on the. But then again Wolves are still adjusting to a step up in divisions. Really tough one to call, but the value of 11/8 on the home side to put a victory on the board, especially with all the head to head stats in their favour, shouldn’t be ignored. Find the latest results, League Table, Top Scorer and more on our football statistics on online-betting.me.uk (just choose your country & your preferred topic)
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Rotherham v Wolves Predictions & Betting Odds 16th August 2014

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Rotherham v Wolves Betting Preview Contrasting fortunes for these two on the opening day of the season, as Wolves took a win over Norwich, while Rotherham went down against Derby. However, the fortunes turned around in the League Cup during the week, with Rotherham winning and Wolves losing. Will Rotherham be able to take a surprise home win at the New York Stadium?

Rotherham v Wolves Betting Tips

Rotherham go as underdogs for this one, largely because they have gone 15 league matches without having beaten Wolves. In that sequence, they have lost nine and drawn six. Not a great record there, but a huge positive for them was Ben Pringle, who created more chances for his team mates than any other player in the Championship on the opening weekend. Rotherham narrowly lost out 1-0 at Derby, but at least showed some signs that they are going to be able to pick up points this term after their promotion from League One. These two met last season in League One and there were two high scoring matches. There was a 3-3 draw in Rotherham and then a 6-4 win for Wolves back in the Midlands. That snapped a run of five meetings between them, where only one of the games had gone over 2.5 goals. Probably going to be worth looking over 2.5 goals for this current meeting, because both will be eyeing up the chance of precious points against a side just about at the same level after coming up from League One last season. You can catch a live stream of Rotherham v Wolves at online betting site Bet365 on Saturday! But Wolves do look to have that extra quality about them, but they are on the road. Four of the last five meetings between these two at Rotherham have ended in a draw so that may not be too bad of an option to roll with on this one at a price of 12/5. Wolves beat ten man Norwich on the opening day of the Championship, but then lost at home in a surprise defeat against Northampton in the League Cup during the week. Still, they have all the form going against the Millers to be able to back them with some confidence. Wolves have scored 13 goals in their last four league matches against Rotherham, which is an average of 3.25 per game. Again, worth looking over 2.5 goals. Following on from last season, Wolves are actually unbeaten in 11 league games now, nine of them having been won. They have won more league games in 2014 than any other side in the top four tiers of English football. Wolves have a bit of an edge, especially with the likes of Nouha Dicko heading up the anytime goalscorer market at a price of 2/1.

Rotherham v Wolves Betting Odds

Wolves 8/5, Rotherham 15/8, Draw 12/5 All matches listed at online betting site Bett365 are covered by the bookie’s great 0-0 Bore Draw Insurance. If any game ends goalless, then any losing stakes on the correct score, scorecast and half time/full time markets that you have placed on it, will be refunded. With the big domestic action back in swing, there is also 100% acca bonuses to be picked up as well. New customers can get up to a free £200 bet as a welcome bonus too.

Rotherham v Wolves Predictions

This should be a really good game and the form is with Wolves in the head to head. Hard to ignore that, but the Millers should put up a fight.  Just worth dancing with the Wolves in the match outright at 8/5. Find the latest results, League Table, Top Scorer and more on our football statistics on online-betting.me.uk (just choose your country & your preferred topic)
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Wolves v Norwich Predictions & Betting Odds 10th August 2014

Bakary Sako (Wolves)
Wolves v Norwich Betting Preview These two were far apart in the English tiers last season, but now they come together for their season opener in the Championship. Norwich of course took a costly tumble from the Premier League, while Wolves won promotion up from League One. Who will adapt the best on Sunday in the hunt for an early three points?

Wolves v Norwich Betting Tips

Wolves racked up 103 points in total last term, in a pretty dominant season. Can they carry that over to life in the Championship? They simply took an impressive attacking approach to things last season as well, and netted 89 goals for themselves. They will be harder to come by in the Championship of course. Wolves haven’t won any of their last five league matches against Norwich, drawing three and losing two, so that’s not on their side. The last time they met was back in the 2011/12 Premier League, the Canaries taking a 2-1 win at Carrow Road. But Wolves are unbeaten in their last thirteen home games as Norwich. Nouha Dicko, Leon Clarke and Bakary Sako are all 2/1 shots in the anytime goalscorer market for Wolves. They will just have to be careful at the back, because in their last four league meetings with Norwich, Wolves have conceded two or more goals in each, shipping a total of twelve goals in those four matches. But with Norwich coming down from the top flight, it is likely that the forward momentum is going to be with Wolves. Norwich haven’t won any of their last 11 opening matches to a new season, losing five and drawing six. Not quick starters. No-one scored more league goals for Norwich in the top flight last season than Gary Hooper did, and he only netted half a dozen. Hooper is a 2/1 shot alongside Lewis Grabban in the anytime goalscorer market for the Canaries. Will their goal scoring woes carry over into this season? They were also poor travellers last season were Norwich, picking up a Premier League low of just nine away points in the entire season, winning just the two games. The Canaries are running as 10/1 shots to win the Championship this season, with Wolves out at double that price. But you have two contrasting sides here, and with the attacking minded one being at home, will that be enough to sway the backing?

Wolves v Norwich Betting Odds

Wolves 13/10, Norwich 12/5, Draw 12/5 Great coverage as always at online betting site Bet365 for your football betting. Take advantage of their 0-0 Bore Draw coverage on all matches, where they will pay out refunds on the Correct Score,  Scorecast and Half Time/Full Time markets if the game ends goalless. Also grab some great European football accumulator bonuses as well. New customers registering an account with them can get up to a free £200 bet as a welcome bonus too.

Wolves v Norwich Predictions

It’s early out the gates and attacking impetus is going to come from Wolves. Molineux is going to be rocking for their opener on Sunday and Norwich may just get overwhelmed a bit. Would expect a low scoring affair, but would simply bank on the home side to find the win at a13/10 with Bet365. Find the latest results, League Table, Top Scorer and more on our football statistics on online-betting.me.uk (just choose your country & your preferred topic)
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Chelsea v Wolves League Cup Betting Odds, Preview and Predictions

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Chelsea V Wolves The Blues have been riding their luck a bit in the Premier League, scraping a 1-0 win over Stoke on the weekend. But they are finding ways to win, just about and no doubt after a busy week, Roberto Di Matteo will be shuffling his cards. The Italian has a big squad at his disposal and he will probably start utilising it more. The London side will be content enough with home advantage against Championship side Wolves, which should make this encounter more palatable to them. Championship side Wolves head to Stamford Bridge on the back of a league win on the weekend and will be confident of an upset although the Bridge hasn't been a happy hunting ground for them in recent times. Chelsea v Wolves Betting Odds at online bookmaker Bet365: Chelsea ¼, Draw 5/1, Wolverhampton 9/1 Verdict: This should translate as a home win at the end of the day here. Premier League leaders Chelsea should have enough in reserve to see off Wolves. The Blues have enjoyed high scoring triumphs over Wolves at Stamford Bridge in recent times and it would be a major shock if Wolves pulled out a result. Chelsea probably will bring a few new starters into the line up for this one, especially with a big match against Arsenal coming up in the Premier League on Saturday. Wolves will probably be all gung-ho about this and keen to claim a big scalp. With two away wins and two clean sheets in a row in the Championship, they will enjoy the underdog role with nothing to lose. They will look to Sylvan Ebanks-Blake for goals, who has produced their best efforts up front this season. But Chelsea have the real touches of quality which they can call upon and should end up being a couple of goals better than the Championship side. A Chelsea -2 Asian Handicap for a price of 5/4 could be worth taking a look at with online bookmaker Bet365. Head to Head: Chelsea won their home Premier League match against Wolves last season 3-0. In their last six visits to Stamford Bridge, Wolves have managed to score just two goals while Chelsea have banged in fifteen. In the last eleven meetings between the two clubs (in all competitions) there have been nine wins for Chelsea, one draw and one win for Wolves. So recent history is firmly stacking up in favour of the Blues on this one. The overall head to head between Chelsea and Wolves stands at 39 wins for Chelsea to 38 from Wolves with 26 draws. Online bookmaker promotion: Highly rated bookie Bet365 offer some great insurance on football markets with their 0-0 Bore Draw Special promotion, which applies to all soccer matches listed in their sports book. Place a pre-match Correct Score, Scorecast or Half Time/Full Time bet and if the game ends up in a 0-0 draw, then the bookie will refund lost stakes as a free bet. Online bookmaker Bet365 offer a free £200 bet for new customers registering an account with them.
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Wolves v Manchester City betting odds, tips and preview – 23.04.12

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Online bookmaker Paddy Power will be hoping that Wolves v Manchester City betting doesn't produce the goal-fest that is suggests. The popular online bookie are covering the match with a Money Back special, as the league's bottom side takes on the title challengers. Wolves need a miracle to not be playing Championship football next season, with just one point earned from their last eight Premier League matches, and a defence full of holes, will they be in for a long afternoon against City on Sunday? City are really benefiting from the return of Carlos Tevez at the moment, as he has partnered up with Sergio Aguero to devastating effect, the two of them producing four goals each in City's last two league matches. So the balance of power will be all with the visitors on Sunday, and they have all the star power to produce. If there are four or more goals scored in the game, then Paddy Power will refund any losing stakes placed on the First Goalscorer, Last Goalscorer, correct Score and score-cast markets. So the Paddy Power Wolves v Manchester City betting promotion gives you a great bit of coverage. In the First Goalscorer market for example, Sergio Aguero and Carlos Tevez are 3/1 joint favourites to get on the score-sheet first. City beat Wolves 3-1 at the Etihad Stadium earlier in the season, and a comfortable Correct Score 2-0 win for City at Molineux is trading at 6/1. So there is great value around in the markets covered by the Paddy Power Money Back Special. Paddy Power offer a free £50 bet for new customers registering an account with them. The bookie will match the value of your first stake on a new account with a free bet, up to the maximum value of £50. This gives new customers a great bit of free cash to get started with! Wolves v Manchester City betting odds Wolves to win: 12/1 at Totesport Draw: 11/2 at Bet365 Man City to win: 1/4 at Bet Victor Three Premier League matches Sergio Aguero and Carlos Tevez have started together this season, and in those three matches they have produced eleven goals between them. If only Tevez had been around for the rest of the season, if may have been United chasing City at this point. However, City trail leaders United by five points heading into this match, and while the title looks to realistically have gone, all they can do is keep winning. Should United slip up at any point over the last four matches, City have to be in a position to take advantage. Including in the big Manchester derby at the end of the month. Roberto Mancini's men looked a down-trodden lot when they left the field after a 1-0 defeat at Arsenal on April 8th. They looked a spent force, knowing that their title chances had slipped through their fingers. However, what that result did seem to do, is wake City up. The big bubble of pressure and expectation surrounding them has burst and they fell back into their confident swagger, the one they had at the start of the season. After three matches without a win, culminating in the defeat at Arsenal, City, without pressure on them, produced two fantastic performances. They beat West Brom 4-0 at the Etihad Stadium and them demolished Norwich at Carrow Road last weekend 6-1. Carlos Tevez netted a hat-trick in that match, and both he and Sergio Aguero have four goals in two games, and both are worth looking at in the goalscorer markets without doubt. Ten goals in two matches signals a real return to form for Manchester City, and it just goes to show how much pressure a title challenge does effect results. That is why the experience of Manchester United has won out against this season. Find the latest results, League Table, Top Scorer and more on our football statistics on online-betting.me.uk (just choose your country & your preferred topic)  As for Wolves, they are rooted to the bottom of the league, and realistically ten points from safety. They would need nine points just to pull level with 17th placed QPR, but Wolves have a horrendous goal difference, so they would need an extra point. So Wolves getting safe would be dependent on them winning three and drawing one of their last four matches, and hoping that QPR don't pick up any more points. It is clearly not going to happen, so Wolves, for all intents and purposes are down. How much are they regretting the sacking of Mick McCarthy now? Wolves have be pretty woeful at the back, and they could be fodder for Manchester City if the Citizens are in the mood. Wolves have conceded 22 goals in their last eight matches, and have scored four. There is the big problem with them all summed up, and event a point seems like a distant dream for them at the moment.
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Wolves v Bolton Betting Odds, Tips and Preview – 31.03.12

Steven Fletcher
Wolves v Bolton betting is going to grab our attention this week, although there are important games at the top of the Premier League. But a look at the Premier League table and you will see the huge importance of this game. This basically equates to poor away form from Bolton going up against some woeful home form from Wolves. So, with things looking evenly stacked for this relegation battle, it could be worth taking some coverage on your betting with the Bet365 0-0 Bore Draw Money Back Special. Place a bet on the Correct Score, Half Time/Full Time or Scorecast market for Wolves v Bolton (and this applies to any match listed on Bet365) and if the game ends in a 0- 0 draw, then Bet365 will pay out lost stake refunds on those markets. So good coverage from one of the most highly rated bookmakers online. Bet365 offer a free £200 bet for new customers, as they will match the value of your initial stake on an account with a 100% matched bonus free bet. So great football betting coverage and value from Bet365. Wolves v Bolton Betting Odds Wolves to win: 7/5 at Boylesports Draw: 5/2 at Totesport Bolton to win: 11/5 at Bet Victor The importance of this game in particular to Wolves is immense. Terry Connor's men are stuck to the foot of the table, four points away from safety, the position Bolton are in. So if Wolves turn in another terrible home display, which has been their wont over the past few matches, they will be seven points away from safety. The worse news for Wolves there would be the fact that Bolton would still have a game in hand over them. So this could be the real turning point in deciding the fate of Wolves' Premier League status. The trouble is, that Wolves have lost their last four Premier League games straight, and there has only been one win form them in the last sixteen matches. Breaking that down for further analysis, it has been just one point earned from the last eighteen available. There are not good signs for Wolves fans at the moment, and if ever they needed to stop the rot at Molineux, it will be this weekend. Tip: Bolton have won seven of the last ten matches against Wolves, losing just one. So there has to be good value in backing Bolton to get the win. While neither are great in front of goal, there are very poor defences on display and a crack at a one goal winning margin for Bolton a 9/2 with Ladbrokes, as they have taken three of the last four off Wolves. Wolves have taken just one point from the last twenty four which has been offer at home for them in the Premier League That is seven defeats and one draw for them. While they are lacking power going forward, the rate at which the floodgates have opened at the back, has been alarming. Was the sacking of Mick McCarthy the wrong decision at the wrong time? Wolves have shipped fourteen goals in their last four matches, twenty in their last seven. Horrible defensive stats to look at, and they have only managed to get on the score-sheet themselves just once in their last four games. They were comfortably beaten at home by relegation candidates Blackburn recently, followed up by a 5-0 thumping from Manchester United, so Wolves can't even bank on home form, not with just one win in their last nine at home. There has been just one win in their last sixteen and things are looking gloomy. Wolves just look as if they will ship goals and have done so at a rate of 2.33 per home game this season. That could present a golden opportunity for Bolton Wanderers here, who have been going through some emotions times because of Patrice Muamba. The Trotters failed to really make any impact against Spurs in their rescheduled FA Cup match at White Hart Lane in the week, but at least they have won back to back games in the Premier League to give themselves a life line. Those hugely important wins for Owen Coyle's men were made better because they were against fellow relegation candidates QPR and Blackburn. Bolton are showing a lot more fight at the moment, and while these two played out a 1-1 draw at the Reebok earlier in the season, Bolton will be fancying their chances here to get amongst the goals. This will be the perfect opportunity to put their run of four straight away games behind them, and them breaking their away slump seems more likely than Wolves getting out of their home funk.
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Wolves v Manchester United Betting Odds, Preview & Money Back Special

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Wolves v Manchester United betting has a nice bit of coverage being offered at Boylesports. The popular bookie is targeting the First Goalscorer markets, which always offer great value, for their promotion. Back a First Goalscorer in Wolves v Manchester United betting, and if your selected player fails to score first, but does net the second goal of the game, then you at least have the consolation of getting your lost stake refunded. What are the options like in the First Goalscorer Market? Pretty decent, with Wayne Rooney trading at 11/4 favourite ahead of Javier Hernandez at 7/2. Wolves top scorer Steven Fletcher is their best option to score first in the match at 9/1 with the bookie. So some great value all around, and it is always worth taking that extra bit of coverage if you can for your First Goalscorer betting. Boylesports offer a free £20 bet for new customers registering an account. They will match the value of your first stake (with a minimum of £10) up to the maximum value of £20 with a free bet! This great First Goalscorer promotion also applies to Sunday's other Premier League match of Newcastle v Norwich. Wolves v Manchester United Betting Odds Wolves: 9/1 at Bet365 Draw: 4/1 at Totesport Manchester United to win: 4/11 at BetFred Well, think this one is cut and dry? So did we last season in this corresponding fixture, when Wolves popped up with a surprise 2-1 victory last February. However, Wolves look a bit of a spent force at the moment and they really didn't want to see this fixture looming. Wolves are in a terrible slump, winning just one of their last fourteen Premier League matches, which clearly signals relegation form. They have conceded a hefty fourteen goals in their last four league matches alone, including a really poor showing at home in their last match, when fellow strugglers Blackburn were pretty much handed three points in a 2-0 win. Wolves have been very poor in their last two matches, and perhaps sacking Mick McCarthy has sapped whatever fighting spirit they had left. It doesn't look pretty for Wolves at the moment, and they have managed just three home wins all season, and their stat of scoring first in just 18% of their matches, paints a big story. They are always struggling to come from behind in matches. Incidentally, Wolves haven't scored in the first fifteen minutes of a Premier League match this season. Steven Fletcher is their best route to goal, but the defence is just bad at the moment. Wolves have conceded in each of their last twenty five matches and are without a win in seven home matches. So not the kind of form which suggests that a repeat shock result is going to rear its head on Sunday. Far from it. So it was finally sounded out that United are a great side for the Premier League this season, but not for Europe. After failing to qualify for the knock-out stages of the Champions League, the Red Devils landed in the Europa League. There they squeezed past Ajax, suffering a defeat at Old Trafford in the second leg, and were dumped out by Athletic Bilbao who totally owned United over the two legs. United managed just one home win out of five European ties, and suffered back to back losses against Ajax and Bilbao. While United were made to look very average by a very good Athletic Bilbao side in both legs, United are arguably still the best Premier League team around. Especially in terms of dealing with the pressures of the title race, and squeezing out wins in close matches. United's form in the Premier League can't be argued with at all, with seven wins in their last eight matches, the other being a draw at Stamford Bridge which the Red Devils earned after being three nil down. Wayne Rooney is red hot at the moment, scoring seven goals in his last five league matches. Sir Alex Ferguson's crew are the best away team in the Premier League, and have a fantastic W10 D3 L1 record away from home. They are conceding at less than a goal a match away from home, and scoring on average just over two per game. Can Wolves trouble them, or is all of this just going to be a routine three points to keep them on top of the pile? It could be a massive three points too, with Man City hosting Chelsea in midweek.
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