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Wolves v Everton Saturday, 12.45pm


Wolves duo Adlene Guedioura and Michael Mancienne are available after returning from injury but Stephen Hunt is now out for a month having injured himself in the reserves during the week.

Everton could be without three key players as David Moyes waits to see if Jack Rodwell, Tim Cahill and Seamus Coleman are fit.

Ten of Wolves’ last 15 home matches this season have had over 2.5 goals, including each of their last four. The odds on this happening again are 3/4, quite generous considering that in the last four games hosting top-half non-Big Four opposition there have been +2.5 goals scored including the last three having at least five .

Wolves will want to get their season  back on track after losing 4-1 to Newcastle last week, they are favourites to win at 13/8, with Everton being 15/8. The Toffees have drawn seven away games this season and this game could go the same way at 23/10.


Man Utd v Fulham Saturday, 3.00pm


United will be without Wayne Rooney as he will be serving the first of his two match ban, plus Sir Alex may rest some others ahead of Tuesday’s Champions League clash with Chelsea.

They have won 14 of their 15 unbeaten home fixtures this season, as well as having led at half-time in 14 of the games. United’s home form has been excellent this season, the have won ten of their 15 home fixtures.

Fulham have trailed at half-time in seven of their 13 away games including their last three. They are not having a good time against the top teams, having lost eight of their eleven  trips to Big Four sides.

Even if United field a weakened team there will be one winner, unfortunately the odds as expected are not very attractive with a home win being 2/5 whereas Fulham are 15/2 to pull off an unlikely shock. If you want to reduce the odds and go with form then you can get evens on the Red Devils leading at half-time and then going on to win the game. It is highly likely that there will be goals and odds of 4/5 for over 2.5 goals is an attractive proposition.


Tottenham v Stoke Saturday, 3.00pm

After Tuesday’s disappointment in Madrid, Tottenham will hope that they can get back to winning ways against Stoke.

Since 2009/10, Spurs have won 14 of their last 18 home games against middle-third teams, with nine being by two or more goals but their recent form has not been good having collected just one point out of a possible 12.

Tony Pulis will not let his Stoke player’s think about next week’s FA Cup semi-final until after the game. Their recent form has been mixed but they did get a credible point against Chelsea at the weekend.

Harry Redknapp’s side are an attractive 4/5 to get back to winning ways, whilst Stoke are 4s to get an unlikely win. The away side are always hard to break down, making it unlikely that this game will have many goals in it. You can get 4/5 for under 2.5 goals of if you fancy a goal fest then evens on +2.5.

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