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    03/02/2018 Kick Off:  5:30 pm Molineux Stadium V Predicted Score:3 - 1

    Away Sheffield United

      Match Summary

      1 Look out for:

      Leon Clarke. The Wolverhampton-born forward has scored 15 goals this season for United, so him to score first is priced at 6/1. It would be very fitting for the boy from the Midlands to score, and he could be determined to prove a point on his hometown return.

      2 We fancy:

      Wolves. The home win does look likely, so a 4-1 victory for Wolves at 35/1 could be tempting, while Ruben Neves is 12/1 open the scoring – maybe with a long range screamer.

      3 It's a long shot, but…

      Blades captain Billy Sharp has only scored eight goals in the Championship this season, but a hat-trick for the veteran goal machine is priced at 125/1.

      Team News

      Wolverhampton Wanderers' Last Six:

        Wolves’ last six: Won: 2 Drawn: 2 Lost: 2

        Wolves will be without just two players ahead of this big clash, with Carl Ikeme and Phil Ofosu-Ayeh being the pair to miss out. Nuno Espirito Santo has a fresh squad to choose from apart from that and his starting lineup is unlikely to change this weekend.

        Sheffield United's Last Six:

          Sheffield United’s last six: Won: 3 Drawn: 2 Lost: 1

          Chris Wilder will also have a fully fit and fresh squad at his disposal, with no reported injuries in his Sheffield United team. Like Wolves, expect no changes to be made to the staring XI, unless for tactical reasons.

          Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Sheffield United Betting Tips, Preview & Predictions

          Wolverhampton Wanderers’ Leo Bonatini celebrates scoring during a Sky Bet Championship match at Molineux

          Wolves may look like they’re running away with the Championship title and promotion to the Premier League, but their recent form suggests that this game will be far from straightforward. While they may be in somewhat of an inconsistent patch, they are still 7/1 to win this game 2-0 with Diogo Jota, who has just made his loan move from Atletico Madrid permanent,  7/2 to open the scoring.

          But count this Sheffield United team out at your peril, having only lost once in their last six games. They are 25/1 to get out of the Midlands with a 2-0 win, which could be a tempting bet. With two teams at the top end of the Championship battling it out with two deadly strike forces, we could be in for a glut of goals. A 3-3 draw may seem like a bit of a pipe dream, but it could be worth a punt at 80/1.

          If you feel that this game could be a goal fest but aren’t sure who to side with, you could always look to put something on the amount of goals in the game in total, with an over 5.5 goals bet at 20/1 and the more conservative over 4.5 goals at 15/2.

          If you don’t think that Wolves can snap out of their brief cold patch and United will hold them to a 0-0, that’s 17/2. But if you’re on the other end of the spectrum and feel that this will be a classic free-flowing Championship duel, you could get 11/1 for there to be five goals or even 14/1 for six or more goals.

          Predicted Score: Wolverhampton Wanderers 3 - 1 Sheffield United

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