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Here are five football tips that Adam Drury thinks you should consider for Wolves v Norwich on Sunday afternoon.


Wolves not to score in the first half

Just one of Wolves’ last 12 Premier League goals have come in the first half, while they haven’t scored at all in either of their last two.

Given that they were playing on Thursday evening, another slow start seems likely.

Under 2.5 goals

Wolves’ home results against bottom-half teams this season read: 1-1, 2-0, 1-1, 2-1, 2-0 and 1-1.

Norwich have scored six goals in 13 away games this season, by far the fewest in the league.

Norwich (+4) to have most corners

Wolves average 4.85 corners per home game this season, with Norwich averaging 4.54 per match on the road.

This would have landed in five of Norwich’s last six away games, and in all of Wolves’ six home matches against bottom-half teams.

Leandro Dendoncker to be carded

Dendoncker made a big impact off the bench in Wolves’ 4-0 win against Espanyol on Thursday so should come into the side for this game.

He has been carded five times this season, while an opposition midfielder has been booked in both of Norwich’s last couple of games.

Jamal Lewis to be carded

Lewis has only been carded twice this season, but a third seems likely on Sunday.

An opposition left-back has been carded in each of Adama Traore’s last three Premier League appearances, while Sam Byram – Norwich’s left-back in the reverse fixture – was booked for a foul on the Spaniard in December.



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