Wolves Everton Odds : Jelavic to fire David Moyes to victory

Seventh placed Everton travel to the West Midlands on Sunday to take on already relegated Wolves at Molineux, as Bet365 report plenty of support for Toffee striker Nakica Jelavic to fins the net first at 4/1.

It’s been a shocking season for Wolves, especially since the turn of the year. They have failed to win in twelve attempts, a run of form that has seen them drop to the Championship next season.

Terry Connor’s side did manage a 4-4 draw at Swansea last time out, coming back from both 3-0 and 4-1 down to take a point, which is the kind of spirit that has been lacking from performances in recent weeks.

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Fans will be frustrated that their team put in a spirited display after being relegated though. It was a decent point for them, but too little too late in terms of their top flight status.

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However, Connor will be trying to install self belief in his side for the final two matches, with any results they pick up now possibly building some momentum for the next campaign.

The club’s most difficult task this summer will be keeping the likes of Steven Fletcher, Matt Jarvis, Kevin Doyle and Roger Johnson at Molinuex.

As for Everton, since their disappointing defeat to Liverpool in the FA Cup semi-final last month they have been in a great run of form, remaining unbeaten in the league. That’s now seven games without defeat in the top flight.

David Moyes’ team now sit in seventh position, three points clear of their Merseyside rivals, which could become six by the end of their match on Sunday with Liverpool playing in the FA Cup final.

The Toffees have drawn six of their last eight games away from home, but they will be looking to take maximum points from the leagues bottom side this weekend.

One of the reasons for their good form has been January signing Nikica Jelavic. He has been a revelation since joining the club from Rangers. The Croatian striker has eight goals in eleven appearances in the league, including seven goals in his last five.

This game gets underway from 2pm on Sunday.

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