Everton and Wolves will meet this Saturday at Molineux to try to thrash out anything but another draw.
David Moyes’ side will be keen to hold on to their top-ten spot and perhaps even end the season a position higher than last year, but the Scot has a depleted squad thanks to injuries sustained in recent fixtures.
The Toffees are priced at 7/4 to win and have shown relatively good form of late, racking up three wins, two draws and one defeat to the tune of 11 points in the last six games.
A 2-2 draw last weekend at Aston Villa was a hard-fought battle and with no word as yet on the fitness of Jack Rodwell, Tim Cahill and Seamus Coleman, Everton will need to dig deep to break the spell that has seen them notch up just one win in six away games.
Betting on Wolves to win at 29/20 with bwin seems like a risky punt, but their form has been at the very least consistent – two wins, two draws and two defeats in their last six – but escaping the bottom rung of the league will be the prime objective for Mick McCarthy’s team.
Wanderers will also come in to the fixture after suffering a crushing 4-1 defeat to Newcastle last weekend, but with a draw priced at 11/5 perhaps a stalemate could be on the cards for these two.
The Blues are definitely missing Marouane Fellaini and Mikel Arteta , while Louis Saha is out for the rest of the season.
But putting a £10 bet on Jermaine Beckford, who was denied a goal in controversial circumstances at Villa Park, to notch against Wolves at any time would see winnings of £26.
After scoring Wolves’ only goal in the game against Newcastle, Sylvan Ebanks-Blake is priced at 5/1 to open the scoring at Molineux.
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