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Wolves v Leicester Bet Builder, Match Prediction Tips from Molineux



Brendan Rodgers takes his Leicester City side on the road once again, as they make the trip west to face Wolverhampton Wanderers at Molineux.

The Foxes bounced back from a disappointing home defeat against Leeds at the weekend to claim a 2-0 victory against Fulham at Craven Cottage, bolstering their impressive away record in the process.

Only Manchester United (27) have picked up more points away from home than Leicester’s 26 this season, with their solitary loss coming away at reigning Champions Liverpool.

They’ve won six of their eight domestic away games since that defeat at Anfield, scoring at least twice in each of those victories.

They’ve had to do it the last couple of times without top scorer Jamie Vardy, whose absence has seen creative midfielder James Maddison really step up to the plate. He has a goal and four assists in Vardy’s four-game absence – including setting up both goals against Fulham – and now he’ll have his main main back for a trip to the Black Country.

Molineux hasn’t really been a happy hunting ground for Wolves so far this season. Before their win over Arsenal on Tuesday, Nuno Espírito Santo’s side had won just three of their 10 home games.

They still haven’t kept a clean sheet at home since before Halloween, and have just one in their last 15 Premier League games at all venues, which is far from ideal as they prepare to face the league’s 4th most potent attack.

They can take solace in the fact that they are at least still scoring goals, even in the absence of Raul Jimenez. The Wanderers have only failed to score once in their 11 home leagues games – and even then it was thanks to a heroic seven-save display by Aston Villa goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez.

Add to that the fact they’ve only kept two clean sheets, and conceded three to West Brom a few weeks ago, I think there’s value on Both Teams to Score at evens with Bet365.

Getting even money on something that’s happened in five consecutive home games for Wolves, who are now facing a team that’s scored in nine consecutive matches, isn’t something I want to pass up.

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