With barely a quarter of the season played, it may be a little premature to start talking of six-pointers and must win games.
That said, Saturday’s match at Molineux sees a meeting of two teams who will inevitably be involved in those discussions.
Swansea have made an encouraging start to life if the Premier League. They are yet to concede at home, with two wins and two draws.
But they haven’t fared so well out of Wales, losing all four of their games on their travels.
Wolves started the campaign magnificently, even reaching the league’s summit back in August, albeit for just a few hours.
As they haven’t amassed a single point since then, they will see Saturday’s contest as a perfect opportunity to regain some kind of form.
With top scorer Steven Fletcher injured, the onus will be on strikers Kevin Doyle and Sylvain Ebanks-Blake to get the goals.
With neither in the best of form, it is just as well that one goal might just be enough in this encounter between the joint second lowest (Swansea) and joint lowest scorers (Wolves) in the division.
You can back Wolves to run out one-nil winners at 25/4, which was the score when these two teams last met at Molineux.
Ebanks-Blake netted the deciding goal that day, making him a good bet to score the last goal tomorrow at odds of 6/1.
This also provides leeway in case Ebanks-Blake comes off the bench rather than starts the game.
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For Swansea, Danny Graham looks by far the best bet to get a goal at 7/4, although given the Welsh side’s poor away form a Wolves win to nil looks a better option at 11/5.
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