Second placed Manchester City travel to Molineux to take on bottom of the table Wolves in this weekend’s Super Sunday fixture, as punters pick up on Carlos Tevez’s recent form in front of goal, with Paddy Power reporting huge support for the Argentinian to score first at 3/1.
Wolves look all but relegated at the moment, eight points adrift from safety and without a win in ten games. The battle for survival looks likely to be far too much for Terry Connor and his side.
With just twelve more points available this season, you would feel Wolves need to win all four of their remaining games. Connor will know that his side will not be expected to take anything from this game but a result is a must.
However, fans seem to have of given up hope of survival this season and the players also look shot of any confidence. That said, the whole club will want to all come together and make one final push towards survival this weekend.
As for Manchester City, they have looked back to their best in recent weeks, with ten goals in two games.
City were at times unplayable in their last match, a 6-1 win over Norwich at Carrow Road.
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Carlos Tevez and Sergio Aguero scored five goals between them against the Canaries and they appear to be a front two that can cause real problems for defences.
Roberto Mancini knows his side must keep picking up points and hope that league leaders Manchester United slip up. Then, the two sides do meet later in the month in a potential title decider.
Mancini will be looking for a big win in this one as goal difference could play a massive part in the title race this campaign.
Wolves were on the end of a 3-1 defeat at the Ethiad Stadium earlier in the season.
With both sides desperate for a win for very different reasons, it should be a great match at Molineux. It all gets underway from 4pm on Sunday.