Only two sides are yet to win in the 2019/20 Premier League season up to now, and they both face each other at Molineux this weekend.
Wolves were tipped by many to break into the top six this year but find themselves in nineteenth, just two points ahead of their opponents Watford.
Bizarrely, the home side have failed to win any of the last five meetings between these two sides. A double chance bet on the away side to win or a draw then, is priced at 5/6.
Nuno Espirito Santo’s men travel to Istanbul to take on Besiktas in the Europa League on Thursday. Could that mean some changes in personnel ahead of this weekend?
Striker Patrick Cutrone has just one Premier League start to his name with one goal. He is 7/4 to score anytime if he features.
Midfielder Romain Saiss was also sent-off in their last league fixture against Palace. Wolves have had two red cards so far this season and it is 4/1 for a red card to be shown in this one.
This game would have been an attractive prospect last season but now the one-energetic, efficient sides look flat and lacking in inspiration.
The new but returning Hornets manager Quique Sanchez Flores has had a mixed start to live back in the West Midlands. A 2-2 draw with Arsenal was followed by an 8-0 thrashing at the hands of Manchester City.
If Wolves can pull off such a remarkable result themselves, it is 16/1 for Watford to lose by four goals or more.
Danny Welbeck scored for the Hornets on his first start against Swansea City on Tuesday night in the League Cup. The former-Arsenal man is 3/1 to bag anytime.
With a draw priced at 23/10, that result looks favourable in a game that is too tough to call between the league’s bottom two sides who are both underperforming massively.