Stoke City play host to Wolves at the Britannia Stadium on Saturday. Neither side are in great form going into this game and they will both want to pick up a result in Saturday’s late kick-off, but the 4/6 on offer for the home win seems the value.
The Potters are without a win across five games in all competitions and although they sit comfortably in 13th, Tony Pulis is expecting a strong finish from his side.
It has been a long season for Stoke – they started their Europa League campaign at the end of July – however the Stoke boss has warned against any complacency and suggests his side shouldn’t let the season ‘fizzle’ out.
Stoke will see this as one of the more winnable fixtures they have in the next few weeks with tough trips to Aston Villa and Newcastle after this weekend.
The Britannia Stadium has yet again been a tough place for visitors to pick up all three points with only four sides leaving victorious this season.
As for Wolves, they are in a shocking run of form, having lost their last five and winning just once in seventeen games. Terry Connor has taken just one point in his six games since taking over from Mick McCarthy on a interim basis in February.
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The Midlands club are now six points adrift at the bottom of the table and lots of people have a started to write them off.
With Arsenal, Manchester City and Everton all still to play, Connors’ side must pick up a result at Stoke this weekend.
Wanderers know the odds are stacked against them to beat the drop and with just one win on the road this season you wonder if the challenges ahead might be too much for them.
Stoke ran out 2-1 winners earlier in the season and will be boosted by the fact that they are unbeaten at home against Wolves since 2005.
The Britannia Stadium is sure to be rocking on Saturday evening when this one gets underway from 5.30pm.