Wolves can keep the good times rolling
Kenny Jackett is dreaming of another winning streak as Wolves impressively ended a difficult couple of weeks by beating Birmingham City in the West Midlands derby at St Andrews on Saturday.
This was Wanderers back to their best as they started quickly and attacked the Blues with pace and intent and were rewarded with goals from Dave Edwards and substitute Sheyi Ojo.
Edwards’ goal made it two in two for the Welsh midfielder following his return from injury. He has scored the first goal in both games and the 29-year-old now has four this season – we have priced him up at 8/1 to be First Goalscorer in the midweek match at Bristol City.
This looks a good opportunity for another three points for Wolves and we make Jackett’s men 19/10 for the win in our Full Time Result betting – they’ve not lost at Ashton Gate in more than 20 years.
City are just one point and one place above the relegation places. They’ve managed just one home win all season – against fellow strugglers Nottingham Forest – and have been beaten four times, including on Saturday against Fulham when they were four down inside the opening 40 minutes.
That is the third time that the Robins have conceded four in the league already this campaign and you can back Wolves to score three or more at Ashton Gate in our Goals Away Team betting at 51/10.
The manager brought in the experienced Mike Williamson and Grant Holt on loan last week to cover long-term injuries. Newcastle’s Williamson was vocal at the back at St Andrews and will help out Wolves’ youngsters while Holt also has Premier League experience and offers something different in terms of the attack.
The latter is 9/4 to be an Anytime Goalscorer against Bristol City with Wolves/Wolves in our Half Time/Full Time market looking value at 7/2. Wolves are 49/4 to win by 2 in our Winning Margin odds.
The match kicks off at7.45pm on Tuesday, November 2nd at Ashton Gate
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