Already relegated Wolves travel to Wales on Saturday to take on Swansea at The Liberty Stadium, and with the pressure off, their price of 5/1 with Ladbrokes looks more than a hint of value.
Swansea have enjoyed a fantastic first season in the Premier League and can go into this game knowing that they will be playing in the top flight of English football again come August.
After a run of four straight defeats, Brendan Rodgers side have found form again, beating Blackburn comfortably 3-0 at home then travelling to Bolton and picking up a 1-1 draw.
Rodgers’ will be determined for his side to finish the season strongly as they look towards a top ten finish. He will also want to build momentum for what could be a very tough second season in the Premier League.
With matches against Manchester United and Liverpool still to come, this is a game The Swans will feel they have to win to challenge for a top half position.
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Leading goal-scorer Danny Graham has not found the net since February, a stat he will certainly be looking to change this weekend.
As for Wolves, they suffered relegation on Sunday after a 2-0 defeat at home to title chasing Manchester City.
Terry Connor’s side have been on a horrendous run of form, failing to pick up a victory in twelve matches. With just 23 points on the board it really has been a shocking season for the club.
Connor will however be looking to his players to come out and put in a performance for the fans, who have felt let down by everything that has gone on at Molineux this campaign.
The Midlands club have shockingly only picked up one victory in their last 21 league matches. Considering they started this season with back to back victories, it really has been a poor display since the turn of the year.
This one gets underway from 3pm on Saturday.