The domestic football action gets underway tonight with a Championship fixture between leaders Wolves and mid-table Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough. Both teams have impressive respective home and away records this season and Sheffield Wednesday have only lost one of their ten league home games against neighbours Sheffield United and they’ve won four and drawn four. Wolves have won seven and lost two of their ten league away games this season and they’ve also have an impressive record in this corresponding fixture losing one of the last ten, winning five and drawing four.
The weekends Premier League action gets underway tomorrow lunchtime with a potentially entertaining fixture between Leicester City and Crystal Palace at the King Power stadium. Leicester have won four and lost three of their eight league home games this season, five of the matches ended with less than three goals scored and Vardy has been their most frequent scorers with four goals. Palace are yet to win away from home in the league this season losing six, drawing their last two and six of these games ended with less than three goals being scored. Leicester have dominated this corresponding fixture as well in the past winning six of the last ten league games and seven of the matches ended with less than three goals scored, which makes Leicester and Under 2.5 Goals match double worth considering from a betting perspective.
The Premier League match of the weekend kicks off Saturday tea-time between the record breaking Manchester City and Spurs at the Etihad and City will look to extend their record Premier League winning run to a remarkable sixteen. City have won their last seven league home games, drawing the other, seven of the games ended with over 2.5 goals scored and four with over 3.5 goals scored. Spurs win their first four league away games this season, but haven’t won their last four losing three. City have won six of the last ten corresponding Premier League encounters, but failed to win the last two drawing and losing one and eight of the games ended with more than 2.5 goals scored and seven ended with over 2.5 goals scored and both teams scoring. Sterling and Sane have been the most consistent scorers at the Etihad with five a piece, Jesus one behind on four and Silva has been chipping in recently as well.