Stoke City will look to pick up three vital Premier League points against Wolves in tomorrows big game to take themselves to the magic total fo 42 points.
The Potters are favourites at 10/11 with SportingBet and Coral,the draw is 5/2 with VictorChandler, Bet365, BlueSQ, StanJames and PaddyPower, whilst an away win is available at 7/2 with Bet365 and Boylesports.
Stoke will hope to repeat the performance against Bolton just ten days ago to as good as guarantee themselves another season of Premier League football, as they sit on 39 points. A repeat of the result the last time the Potters triumphed against Wolves at the Britannia Stadium, a 2-1 win in August 2005, is available at 8's with Bwin. Quite a few of the Potters wins this season have been by more than a one goal margin. A 2-0 win, to add to that total, is available at 8's with SportingBet.
Wolves will be hoping to hoist themselves out of the bottom three with a win against City and 1-0 would do the visitors just nicely. That score is available at 10's with most bookies. Seven of the Potters games this season have ended 2-1 so 16's with Boylesports for a 2-1 Wanderers win could turn out to be a good bet.
Jon Walters is the Potters top scorer, and is on fire at the minute, and is 11/2 with VictorChandler and Bet365 to open the scoring whilst Robert Huth also netted at Wembley and is one strike away from being the first Potters defender to net 10 goals in a season. The German is 12's with Coral to score first on Saturday. In form striker Kenwyne Jones was Man of the Match last weekend and netted the opener. He can be backed at 9/2, with most bookies, to break the deadlock with his 11th of the season.
Wolves have regained a bit of form of late but £7.5m record signing Steven Fletcher has struggled to find the net this season. The ex-Burnley striker is 9's with Bet365 and VictorChandler to break the deadlock, whilst captain Karl Henry, an ex-Potter of course, will be hoping to inspire his side to a much needed victory over the Potters and is available at 33's with most bookies to net first.