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Wolves v Derby Betting Tips, Preview and Predictions

Wolves v Derby Betting Preview and Tips – Championship Betting

Free football betting tips and preview for Wolves vs Derby on Friday 20th March 2015 in the Championship.

One in form team and one out of form team play in the Championship on Friday night and our betting preview brings you three free football betting tips.

 

Wolves v Derby Betting Preview

 

Wolves have been playing with great confidence and pace thumping Sheffield Wednesday 3-0 on Tuesday night. Goals from all over the pitch including a corker from James Henry settled the tie, but the men in gold have also started to keep it tight at the back.

 

Derby meanwhile are losing pace with Watford and Middlesbrough as they appear to have forgot how to win a football match. The Rams may sit 5th in the table, but they are 4th bottom of the form table and Steve McClaren needs to reinvigorate his side in order to avoid slipping out of the play offs altogether.

 

They haven’t won any of their last 5, drawing 2 and losing 3 and crucially seem to have forgotten how to score goals. A lucky fumbling from John Ruddy gifted them a point against Norwich and whilst Tom Ince has been a welcome addition, injuries to crucial players including top scorer Chris Martin have taken their toll.

 

This Wolves v Derby game should be entertaining and I can’t steer myself away from backing the home side. At Molineux, Wolves have won 3 of the last 5 and an out of form Derby don’t look like stopping them. Derby have won just one of their last 7 trips to this ground and the men is gold should be able to capitalise from uncertainty amongst the Derby ranks. I think a narrow Wolves win should be backed.

Bet on Wolves to win for Friday night’s first Wolves v Derby betting tip at 7/5 with Bet365.

 

Derby just haven’t been able to find the net of late and I wouldn’t be surprised to see the same again happen here. Steve McClaren is an astute coach and should be able to guide his troops at least into the play offs at the end of the season, but Wolves away will be one of the harder matches they have left this season. I think they may score a goal here and it may be from one of their midfield areas.

Next up we’re betting on both teams to score in Wolves v Derby at 4/5 with Betfred.

 

Wolves score plenty of goals from their front men, both Nouah Dicko and Benik Afobe have been on the scoresheet lately but one player who always looks handy is Rajiv Van La Parra. The Dutchman is a creative hub out on the wing and scored against Brighton recently.  Although some of his goals could easily have been classed as miss hit crosses, he is handy and is a decent price to get on the scoresheet.

Bet on Van La Parra to score anytime on Friday night at 6/1 with Coral.

 

Wolves v Derby Betting Tips

Wolves to win – 7/5 with Bet365: signup at Bet365 and get £200 free.

Both teams to score – 4/5 with Betfred: signup at Betfred get £30 free.

Van La Parra to score anytime – 6/1 with Coral: signup at Coral get £20 free.

 

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