Wolverhampton Wanderers vs EvertonEnglish Premier League, KO: 20:15 Jan 12, 2021, Molineux
Nuno Espirito Santo's men ended a four-game run without a win when they saw off Crystal Palace 1-0 in the Cup, a game where our man Slips Tips backed another winner.
They will now turn their attention to climbing back up the league table, with this clash against Everton followed by another home game against struggling West Brom.
The Toffees will also be hoping to get back on the front foot, after a defeat at home to West Ham saw them drop down to seventh in the table.
Everton's only win inside 90 minutes in the last four matches has come against rock-bottom Sheffield United and they needed extra time to see off Championship club Rotherham in the Cup.
Inconsistency has been a problem for Carlo Ancelotti's men this season but a win here would keep them on the heels on the leaders.
How the bookies view it
Recent head to head
There hasn't been much between these sides of late, with the last 10 meetings producing two Wolves wins, three Everton victories and five stalemates.
Last season, the Toffees won a thriller 3-2 at Goodison before Wolves eased to a 3-0 triumph at Molineux (below).
Players to watch
Boss Santo hailed Adama Traore after his winner against Palace, claiming the dynamic winger was getting back to his best. Traore is 23/5 with 888Sport for anytime scorer here which looks decent value.
Ancelotti (below) should bring back Richarlison and Dominic Calvert-Lewin after resting them for the weekend cup tie. The Brazilian is better value at 17/4 with Betway for a goal while Calvert-Lewin leads the market at 15/8 with 888Sport.
Anything else catch the eye?
This fixture has produced a lot of goals recently, with over 2.5 goals coming up in the last four and three of those matches seeing over 3.5 strikes. Despite neither side being particularly lethal of late, I'm going to back over 2.5 goals again at 13/10 with McBookie.
Games at Molineux have been averaging over 10 corners of late so over 9.5 corners appeals at evens with Paddy Power.
Wolves full-back Nelson Semedo has been booked in three of his last five games and is a tempting 9/2 with BetVictor to be carded again.
This English Premier League match between Wolverhampton Wanderers and Everton will be played on Jan 12, 2021 and kick off at 20:15. Check below for our tipsters best Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Everton prediction.