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Here are Adam Drury's football betting tips for Cardiff v Wolves.

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Both teams to score

Cardiff’s home form is good, with defeat to Leicester sandwiched by a 4-2 win over Fulham and 2-1 victory over Brighton.

BTTS has landed in five of the last seven matches at the Cardiff City Stadium, so expect similar in this one.

Wolves to score exactly once

Wolves are yet to score more than once away from home this season, netting a solitary goal in four of their last five.

Their xG away from home is just short of 7.5 from six away games, suggesting that a rate of one goal per away game is roughly sustainable against Cardiff, who have conceded once in both of their last two home games.

Harry Arter to be carded

Only Jose Holebas has received more Premier League cards than Arter, whose five cards this season already matches the total he racked up in 16 appearances for Bournemouth last season.

Three of his five bookings have come at the Cardiff City Stadium, so a repeat seems a fair bet.

Ruben Neves to be carded

Neves has been booked in both of his last two matches for club and country, taking his tally to six for the season.

The Portuguese is one yellow away from a suspension, so is worth backing at a ground where two visiting central midfielders – Isaac Hayden and Dale Stephens – have been sent off this term.

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