Live on Skysports 1: Sun 16.00: Managerless Sunderland can surprise everyone by winning at Wolves, 21/10 with Paddy Power.
Steve Bruce became the first Premier League boss to leave his pots this season and for Sunderland there is no better way to move than picking up all the points at Wolves, a 21/10 chance courtesy of Paddy Power.
Both sides are struggling for points or any sense of form and Wolves are surely a little underpriced at 7/5 (Sportingbet) to win while many punters will be drawn to the stalemate, quoted at 3.4 (12/5) with Betdaq.
The Black Cats, despite defeats, faired quite well on their travels to Arsenal and Manchester United and managed a 2-0 win at the easier Bolton trip in between. Bet365 put 14/1 on Eric Black’s men repeating that scoreline at the Molineux, Partybets make Sunderland the team to edge a 2-1 contest while a narrower victory by a solitary goal with no reply is 17/2 at Stan James.
Everton have secured back to back wins in the Premier League and as they welcome Stoke on Sunday, Paddy Power are fairly sure the Toffees have another three points on the horizon as they make them 4/5 match favourites.
David Moyes’ team can be very tough to stop when on a run and Ladbrokes reckon 11/8 that Everton go into the break with the lead while Totesport quote 13/8 that Everton can double up that half-time lead with a full-time victory.