Wolverhampton Wanderers have begun to justify their status as 5/2 favourites for the League One title and can take another step towards promotion back to the Championship with a win against Crawley Town.
The hosts are 7/10 to win the game, with Crawley at 18/5 and the draw available at 12/5.
New Molineux boss Kenny Jackett, whose former club Millwall are in freefall at the bottom of the Championship without him, will be confident his team are on the right track after successive league wins against Gillingham and Bristol City.
Jackett’s boys were three goals up before the break against the Gills, with a second-half Leigh Griffiths penalty sealing a 4-0 win.
However, the three points picked up at fellow demotees Bristol City were arguably more impressive as the home side had levelled in the 53rd minute, after Bakary Sako’s opener.
The Midlands club showed great resolve to battle back to a 2-1 away win through Matt Doherty’s 85th-minute strike.
With Crawley leaking seven league goals in their first three games this season, Wolves should have too much firepower for Richie Barker’s team.
Crawley’s 2-1 home defeat to former manager Steve Evans’ Rotherham United will have rocked the Sussex club, who are without a win since edging past crisis-stricken Coventry City 3-2 on the opening day, leaving them in tenth place with four points from their first three matches.
The Red Devils have only won one of their last seven league games away from home and hit the back of the net on the road only 25 times when securing tenth place in League One, the same number Wolves managed away last season when battling relegation in vain against far better opposition in the Championship.
All of Crawley’s games so far in this campaign have seen at least two goals scored before half-time and with Wolves firing four first-half strikes in their last two matches, the 29/20 about there being over 1.5 goals scored before the break looks like a bet to be on.