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Here are Adam Drury's football betting tips for Man City v Wolves on Monday evening.

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Wolves (+3)

Wolves have not lost by more than two goals all season, and their record against the top six is good enough that backing against another big home win for Manchester City holds some value.

Nuno Santo’s side held the champions to a 1-1 draw at Molineux earlier this season, and have subsequently beaten Chelsea and Tottenham, drawn with Arsenal and Manchester United, and beaten Liverpool in the FA Cup.

Kevin de Bruyne to score

De Bruyne has been on a good run since his return from injury, netting three goals in five appearances.

Wolves don’t tend to get opened up by the best teams, so it could take one of the Belgian’s signature long-distance strikes to break the deadlock in this one.

Raul Jimenez to score

Four of Jimenez’s seven goals this season have come against Tottenham (twice), Liverpool and Chelsea.

City have conceded in their last eight Premier League matches, and the Mexican is the man most likely to capitalise on Monday.

Ruben Neves to be carded

Neves has already picked up five bookings this season, and is an obvious candidate for another at the Etihad.

The Portuguese ranks second to Ryan Bennett in the Wolves squad for fouls per game, and plays in a position that is likely to land him in trouble.

An opposition central midfielder has been carded in three of City’s last four league matches.

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