Wolves recorded their second Premier League win of the season at the weekend, battling to beat Nottingham Forest 1-0.
The victory pulled them out of the relegation zone, while Palace were held to a goalless draw by Leicester on Friday to leave them on two wins from nine Premier League fixtures.
Winner: Crystal Palace
Palace have won three in a row against Wolves, keeping three clean sheets in the process.
Patrick Vieira’s side haven’t been in the best of form, but they will be roared on by a lively home crowd on Tuesday evening and deserve to be a shorter price than this to win the match.
Wolves have one point from five away league matches, scoring just once. Palace have played their best football at home this season, and look a good bet to take all three points here.
Total Goals: Under 2.5
There has been two or fewer goals in seven of Wolves’ 10 Premier League matches, and five of Palace’s nine.
There hasn’t been over 2.5 goals in a match between these teams since they faced off in the Championship in 2013 – it’s safe to say this probably won’t be a high-scoring thriller for the neutral.
Wolves have scored just four times in the league, while conceding 12 in 10 matches. Palace have scored 10 in nine, also conceding 12.
There’s plenty of attacking talent on display, but the respective defences should have the better of the match on Tuesday night.
Total Corners: Over 9.5
Only four teams concede more corners than Wolves. Palace are around league average in corners against.
Their combined average for corners conceded is 9.9, and while they don’t tend win as many as they give up, the wing play from both sides should lead to at least a handful of corners each.
There were double-figure corners in each of their fixtures last season. This is a good price for the over.
All odds are subject to change