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Wolves vs Man City tips and predictions: One way traffic as Haaland fires City to victory

Planet Sport Bet ambassador Robbie Savage predicts business as usual with Manchester City set to wallop Wolves at Molineux.

City against Wolves in their last three encounters City have scored 11 goals, and the last two times they've played it’s been 3-0. 

I would have gone for 2-0, but I’m going to go 3-0 again, with Haaland to score as long as they’ve recovered from that long bus journey from Newcastle.

Robbie’s tip: Wolves 0-3 Man City



Wolves vs Man City team news

Rotation cost a blunt Man City side at St James’ Park on Wednesday as the champions of Europe finally showed some weakness.

Erling Haaland, Jeremy Doku, Phil Foden, Ruben Dias, Kyle Walker and Ederson are among those who will likely return to the starting lineup.

Kevin De Bruyne is ruled out while John Stones and Bernardo Silva are doubts. Rodri will serve the second of a three-match suspension.

Jean-Ricner Bellegarde’s promising start to life at Wolves was short-lived as he’ll now serve a suspension for a red card.

Fabio Silva, Matheus Cunha and Neto will return for Wolves with midweek goalscorer Hwang Hee-Chan set to retain his place in the XI.

Key stats

- Wolves are winless in five after their Carabao Cup exit at the hands of Ipswich
- Man City have won the previous six meetings between the sides
- Erling Haaland has scored four goals in two meetings with Wolves
- The visitors have a perfect record this season, scoring 16 and conceding three

Planet Sport’s other bets to consider

Wolves’ midweek Carabao Cup exit at the hands of Ipswich was only a shock on paper. Gary O’Neil’s side look in deep trouble this season.

A 1-1 draw against newly-promoted Luton is not to be sniffed at, but it’s also a game you’d want to win if you wish to keep your Premier League status.

Man City’s emphatic record against Wolves means the hosts will likely see their winless streak in all competitions extended to five.

Pep Guardiola’s side will revert to a more familiar starting XI and should continue their dominance at Molineux, where they’ve won their three previous visits.

Overall, the Citizens have reeled off six consecutive wins in the fixture by an aggregate scoreline of 19-3.

Erling Haaland has only faced Wolves twice but has scored four goals against them and the Norwegian he already has eight in six this term.

Erling Haaland brace

Man City -2.5 Asian handicap

Man City over 2.5 team goals

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