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20/10/2018 Kick Off:  3:00 pm Molineux Stadium V Predicted Score:2 - 0

Away Watford

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Match Summary

1 Look out for:

Wolves recent defensive record has been impressive, while their visitors have been struggling for form of late, especially on the road. Among the free football betting tips for this game is the home side to win to nil at 15/8 with Marathonbet.

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2 We fancy:

There have been under 2.5 goals scored in Wolves’ last seven league games and their visitors have failed to win 14 out of their last 15 away outings in the Premier League. Some football betting tips for the weekend choose themselves, so Wolves to win under 2.5 goals is 27/10 with Winner Sports.

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One to Watch: Rui Patricio

With a wealth of technical talent in the squad, Wolves can rely on the experienced Rui Patricio to organise and protect them. The Portuguese goalkeeper has kept clean sheets in four of his last six league outings and another is on the cards this Saturday. The Premier League predictions point to a home win, and another shut-out from Wolves would come as no surprise. You can get 5/4 for Rui Patricio and Wolves to keep a clean sheet with bet365.

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Team News

Wolverhampton Wanderers' Last Six:
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Wolverhampton Wanderers boss Nuno Espirito Santo has no major injury concerns heading into the weekend but will need to assess his players’ condition on their return from international duty.

Watford's Last Six:
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Christian Kabasele saw red last time out and is suspended here. Tom Cleverley, Daryl Janmaat and Miguel Britos are doubtful through injury, while Gerard Deulofeu, Sebastian Prodl and Stefano Okaka will be available after recent fitness problems.

Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Watford Betting Tips, Preview & Predictions

Will Wolves be celebrating another win this weekend?

With contrasting fortunes recently, this Premier League preview makes for positive reading if you’re a Wolverhampton Wanderers but less so for Watford.

Wolves have made an excellent start to the season, with their form putting them among the best in the division. Currently sitting seventh in the table, they have only lost once and that was back in just the second weekend of the campaign. Confidence will be high and this game offers them an opportunity to pick up from where they left off before the international break. Unbeaten at Molineux so far, the weekend’s football predictions indicate a home win and BetBright have Wolves down as 4/5 favourites.

Following a heavy home defeat to Bournemouth a couple of weeks back, Watford may well have welcomed the international break. After winning their first four league games of the season, the Hornets have failed to win any of their last four. They face a tricky task against an in-form Wolves but will hope to catch them off-guard. A Watford win would upset the Premier League predictions, and the away team are 7/2 for all three points.

These two teams last met during the 2014-2015 campaign. Playing as Championship sides that day, the game ended in a 2-2 draw and it’s 11/4 for it to end all-square this time.

The Wolves’ attack are favourites for the opening goal. Raul Jimenez and Leo Bonatini lead the way at 9/2, while Diego Jota is 11/2 and Helder Costa at 7/1. Andre Gray and Troy Deeney, on the other hand, are best placed for Watford at 10/1 each.

Predicted Score: Wolverhampton Wanderers 2 - 0 Watford

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Written by Elio Salerno

Elio Salerno is a Peterborough-based family man, Juventus fanatic, football coach and football obsessive. A serial tweeter, Elio counts Alessandro Del Piero’s World Cup 2006 goal against Germany as his favourite in the sport’s history.