At Craven Cottage, buoyant Tottenham look primed to pick up a seventh win in eight league games as they tackle Fulham. Harry Redknapp’s men were a joy to watch as they saw off QPR a week ago and in that kind of form they look too big at 5/4 with Skybet.
The Cottagers are rarely a pushover however, particularly on their own patch and Martin Jol’s men can at least get on the scoresheet against the Fulham boss’ former club. Bet365’s 4/6 for both teams to score is a banker then, Betfred chalk an enticing 8/1 against a 2-1 Spurs success and the best first scorer flutter has to be 13/2 for Rafael van der Vaart to add to his four goals in three games by breaking the deadlock.
Wolves have taken just one point from their last seven games and have slipped to the fringes of the relegation zone as a result but Mick McCarthy’s side are considered odds-on favourites at 10/11 by Partybets to get back to winning ways as they host rock-bottom Wigan.
Both teams come into clash in wretched form, which could nudge some punters towards a draw at 12/5 (Sportingbet) but the visitors are in slightly worse shape at the moment having lost seven on the spin and aided by home advantage, Wanderers should have the edge.
In the day’s other match finally, struggling Bolton are 23/10 (bet365) to hold visiting Stoke to a draw.
Double on Tottenham and Wolves – 7/2 (Boylesports)