10. Wolverhampton Wanderers are yet to win since Dean Saunders took over at the beginning of 2013. The Midlands club can be backed at 2.95 to beat Watford.
9. Visitors Watford have won four of their last five Championship games, and are favourites at 2.25 to win at Molineux.
8. Gianfranco Zola’s side have the best away record in the division, having won 10 and drawn two of their last 17 games on the road. Watford are priced at 1.36 to either win or draw in a Double Chance bet.
7. Wanderers have drawn two of their last six matches, losing the other four – they can be backed at 1.58 to either win or draw in a Double Chance bet.
6. In this season’s reverse fixture, Wolves went down 2-1 at Vicarage Road back in November last year. A repeat of that 2-1 winning scoreline for the Hornets is available at 9.50.
5. Wolves’ last win came at Blackpool in December, when the Championship strugglers won 2-1. An identical 2-1 win for Saunders’ side on Friday night is priced at 11.00.
4. The home side have scored fewer goals (39) that the other two sides in the relegation zone – Bristol City (51) and Peterborough United (48). Wolves are available at 1.30 to score against Watford, or 3.30 not to do so.
3. Sylvan Ebanks-Blake has scored ten goals this season, but has only found the net five times in his last 25 appearances. The striker can be backed at 3.60 to bag a goal at any time against Watford.
2. After Ebanks-Blake, Wolves’ next highest goal scorer is Bakary Sako with nine. Sako is also available at 3.60 to find the net at any time.
1. Matej Vydra bagged his 20th goal of the season against Derby County last weekend. The Udinese loanee is priced at 5.00 to open the scoring against Wolves.
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