14th placed Wolves welcomes 3rd placed Leicester City to the Molineux by 3pm this afternoon.
Brendan Rodgers would be hoping to get a win against Nuno Espirito Santo’s well drilled side.
The Foxes have had a dip in form, after a blistering run of matches. After over 5 straight win in all competitions, Leicester suffered a draw, then defeat before suffering a 3-1 home defeat to Leeds.
Brendan Rodgers would be really hoping that the 2-0 win over Fulham in their last match is enough to shakes off the rust that is beginning to set in, in his team.
Leicester have won eight of their 11 Premier League away games so far this season (D2 L1), with the Foxes only winning more on the road in a season in the competition in their title campaign of 2015-16 (11).
But then, Leicester have won only two of their last 19 away matches against Wolves in all competitions (D7 L10), with their last win at Molineux coming in December 2006 in a Championship meeting.
Wolves who have had quite the season, would still be happy coming into this one, having stung Arsenal 2-0 at the midweek.
Also, Wolves are looking to record consecutive Premier League victories for only the second time this season, winning against Fulham and Leeds in October.
In the last 5 games, Wolves have conceded five and equally scored five. Nuno Espirito Santo’s men are not always the vest in front of goal — as also with their defence.
An away win for Leicester should be the bet, but Wolves can be a thorn. Any team to win is fair, both teams to score us also there. But a bold bet would be a home win for Wolves, but the safest is both teams to score.
CcnWorldTech Betting Prediction: Both teams to score
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