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Everton vs Wolves in the Premier League on Mar 13. 2022 - Odds & Prediction

Everton vs Wolves in the Premier League on Mar 13. 2022 - Odds & Prediction

After Everton were thrashed by Tottenham on Monday night, their arrival into this season’s relegation battle was confirmed and were it not for Burnley’s failure to take points on two separate occasions, the Toffees would find themselves lying in the bottom three.

This weekend sees them play host to a Wolves side who have largely been out of sorts and with a run of three consecutive defeats, their bid for European football next season has been largely derailed.

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Total Goals - Over/Under and Both Teams To ScoreUnder 3.5 and Yes
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Under 3.5 Total Goals & Both Teams To Score

When teams are near the bottom of the table, they can be incredibly hard to read. One week, they get beaten as expected, another and they pull off the kind of performance which gets them important points.

Which is why Everton versus Wolves could be a difficult one to call and for that reason, I have gone for the pursuit of goals on Sunday. After looking at the best odds online, I am confident of also unearthing a winning tip.

One that sees me plump for a total of under 3.5 goals at Goodison Park and also both teams finding the net at the weekend. If that is something that you also agree with, you can back this outcome at odds of 21/10 with SportNation

Everton Form, squad news, opinion

Are Everton too good to go down? No. That is the long and short of it at Goodison Park right now and although the Toffees may have a squad that is talented on paper, that is not the surface where you win football matches.

Because for all Everton’s supposed talent in the middle and attacking thirds of the pitch, they have been nothing short of dreadful in defence this season and one wonders if they have the genuine stomach for a relegation scrap.

With confidence draining from the team at an alarming rate, manager Frank Lamaprd now has an even more difficult task than he had when taking the job and now questions are being asked of his own coaching aptitude.

Aptitude that is lacking when it comes to the struggles of avoiding the drop and with the former Derby County and Chelsea boss having no experience at this end of a league table, this may not have been as smart an appointment as first thought.

Especially as Everton have lost five of their last six league outings and although many have suggested that there are three worse teams in the division, that claim is one that can no longer be substantiated with any real confidence.

In terms of injuries and suspensions for the visit of Wolves, it is not good news for manager Frank Lampard, and this means he must once again do without the trio of Yerry Mina, Tom Davies and Fabian Delph.

Wolves Form, squad news, opinion

Before Wolves’ trip to Watford on Thursday, it is fair to say that Bruno Lage’s men have been out of sorts and with four defeats from their last six matches at the time of writing, they have also lost ground in the race for European places.

While although recent defeats to Arsenal (both home and away) and West Ham have only been slender in margin - a one goal difference each time, it has highlighted the gap that the Molineux outfit need to make up to their top-seven rivals.

Then again, their showing at home to Crystal Palace is arguably of biggest concern and with this being earmarked as the game where Wolves would return to winning ways, they were simply outclassed by the Eagles.

A defeat that arguably hurts more than recent reverses to teams higher up the table and if there was one performance that showed Wolves are still a step away from the English elite, it was their defeat to Palace last Saturday.

With that said, one should not overlook Wolves’ season as a whole and especially when you consider that Bruno Lage was only installed as head coach last summer. Which means even if the West Midlands side finish 8th in May, it will not have been a bad campaign at all.

In terms of injuries and suspensions for the trip to Everton, there are no concerns for Bruno Lage from a fitness point of view. With that said, the Wolves boss will be keeping an eye on Ruben Neves, as the midfielder is just one booking away from receiving a ban.

History

When it comes to the history between these two sides, it is Everton who have had the lion's share of the joy. Then again, when you look at Everton’s current plight, history means very little in the grand scheme of things.

In terms of their overall head-to-head record, Everton have won on 63 occasions, Wolves 47 and there have been 27 draws

About the Venue

With Goodison Park playing home to many classic Everton sides throughout the years, this current crop is anywhere near vintage and although the players have toiled on the pitch, the supporters have not given up hope just yet.

With COVID-19 restrictions being lifted in England, it means there is no longer the need to show a Vaccine Passport before attending the ground. Which means, match tickets are the only item that is required to be produced at the time of writing.

Conclusion

When looking at the Premier League odds for relegation, Everton are now priced at odds of just 3/1 and with them sinking like a stone, this might be the last opportunity to get any real value out of the Toffees.

While when looking at the without Big 6 market, Wolves’ odds have lengthened in recent times and with West Ham continually stealing a march on them, you are best backing the East London outfit instead.

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