1. Wolves have managed two wins in their last seven meetings against Man City, losing five. Both victories were played at Molineux, where Wolves have recorded just three wins all season.
2. Wolves’ league form is woeful, having not won a game since 4 February versus fellow strugglers QPR. City meanwhile have recovered well from their defeat to Arsenal in early April, scoring 10 goals in two games. City are firm favourites at 1.24.
3. Vincent Kompany was sent off when the teams last met in October. The City captain has a price of 30.00 to see red again.
4. In their last three meetings, three or more goals have been scored. City put six past Norwich last week and over 3.5 goals can be backed at 2.25 with unders at 1.50.
5. Wolves have scored just seven since victory over QPR, and have a price of 3.85 to score the first against City.
6. Wolves have yielded just two points against top four opposition this season, both 1-1 draws against Arsenal and Tottenham. They have scored just four while conceding 16.
7. 64.7% of City’s away goals have come in the second half this season. They are 22.00 to draw the first half but win the second.
8. There are eight City players more likely to score first than any Wolves man until Steven Fletcher, at 15.00. Sergio Aguero is the away side’s favourite at 4.00.
9. With a team total of 61 yellow cards this season, Wolves’ tough-tacklers Christophe Berra (4.00) and Karl Henry (2.55) will have their work cut out not to receive a booking.
10. Carlos Tevez scored a hat-trick in City’s last Premier League outing against Norwich. He is 20.00 to do so again this weekend.