Norwich will be looking to inflict more pain on relegation haunted Wolverhampton Wanderers when the two sides go head-to-head at Carrow Road on Saturday, with the odds of 4/5 on offer on the home win from Betfred looking a cracking bet for punters.
A win for the Norfolk side would see them almost certainly guarantee their Premier League survival for next season, with Wolves set to remain rooted to the foot of the table.
Wolves were the victims of a heavy 5-0 defeat at home to Manchester United last Sunday, and their confidence will no doubt be fragile going into this game.
Norwich, meanwhile, were beaten 1-0 by Newcastle at the Sports Direct Arena, and will be keen to quickly get back on track.
[oddsgrid event=’1025794′]It has been a mightily impressive season for Paul Lambert and his Norwich side, especially considering how far they have come in the past two seasons.
The only danger now, though, is after three defeats from their last four games, things seem to be petering out of late.
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Whilst relegation is far from likely for the Canaries, they will be aware that if this poor run of form continues, they could be dragged into a relegation battle, which could leave them with something of a hangover going into next season.
Wolves, however, seem doomed already. Although only one point adrift of Bolton, who currently sit outside the relegation places, Terry Connor’s men are desperately short of confidence, and find themselves propping up the rest.
Seven defeats from their last ten games have been damaging with them only winning once in that time.
When these two sides faced each other earlier in the season at Molineux, they shared the points with the game ending two apiece.
Overall, though, this is a game Wolves have truly dominated down the years. In 52 meetings between the sides, they have won 28, drawing 15. It means Norwich go into the game looking for just their tenth win in this fixture.