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Here are four football tips that Adam Drury thinks that you should consider for Sheffield United v Wolves on Wednesday evening.

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First half correct score: 0-0

Bar a comfortable defeat at Old Trafford, Sheffield United’s four matches since the restart have produced just two first-half goals.

All of Wolves’ first three games after the restart were 0-0 at half-time and it took them until the 43rd minute to concede against Arsenal on Saturday.

Match to finish as a draw

The Blades have only drawn three of their last 12 home games, but eight of the other nine were one-goal victories.

All but one of Wolves’ last 18 away games have been decided by one goal or been draws. Six of them have finished level, and there is a decent chance that two teams who drew 1-1 in the reverse fixture in December will produce another stalemate here.

Under 1.5 Wolves cards

Wolves have received fewer than two cards in five of their last seven league away games.

Sheffield United’s last four opponents have come in under this mark, too, with their last three not picking up any cards at all.

John Egan to be carded

An opposition centre-back has been carded in Wolves’ last three fixtures.

Egan ranks fifth for fouls per game in Sheffield United’s squad, and was sent off after two bookings earlier on in the restart at Newcastle. He was also carded in the reverse fixture at Molineux.

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