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Wolves to take down Hammers at Molineux

Wolves are enjoying life back in the Premier League and Nuno Espirito Santos’ side will be full of confidence when they welcome West Ham to Molineux on Tuesday night.

Having breezed their way to the Championship title last season, Wanderers have taken the step up in class well in their stride, with some impressive results against the big boys this season.

Draws against the two Manchester clubs, and victories over Chelsea and Tottenham are just some of the highlights of the season.

Tuesday night sees Wolves have the opportunity to do the double over West Ham this season, having secured a 1-0 win over the Hammers at the London Stadium back in September.

This certainly won’t be a walk in the park against an inconsistent West Ham side, but Wolves have the ability to edge this one and are 2.05 to wrap up the three points on home soil.

Toffees could hand Terriers lifeline

Huddersfield Town made the brave decision to part company with David Wagner in their bid to avoid the drop and Tuesday sees the new-look  Terriers get a big chance to pick up a valuable three points, when a struggling Everton come across the Pennines.

Jan Siewert is the new man in the dugout at the John Smith’s Stadium and clearly Huddersfield have seen potential in the 36-year-old to bring him over from Borussia Dortmund.

Goals, or the lack of them, have been the main problem for the Terriers this season and the German has been tasked with turning that around.

At present, Huddersfield’s top goalscorer is defender Mathias Jorgensen with three and that needs to change if Town are to stand any chance of avoiding the drop back down into the Championship.

Home form will be vital to any chances of survival and the Terriers might smell blood when Everton visit on Tuesday. Marco Silva will need to brush off a 3-2 defeat to Millwall in the FA Cup on Sunday, as they seek to end their poor Premier League form to West Yorkshire.

The Toffees had a decent run of fixtures with winnable games against the likes of Brighton, Leicester, Bournemouth and Southampton in their last four outings. However, the Seagulls, Foxes and Saints all came away with wins, leaving Everton stuck in 11th place in the table and almost having to look over their shoulders.

The pressure will mount even further if they don’t get a result at Huddersfield, who are 4.15 to win, while the more cautious might look at the 1.86 for double chance.

Reds to cruise past Foxes

Liverpool have got that all-important winning habit at the moment and they should be able to cruise to a comfortable win on home soil against Leicester on Wednesday.

The Reds have only conceded 13 goals in the Premier League this season, with defensive issues being Liverpool’s big problem in the past.

Recent signings Alisson in goal and Virgil van Dijk, although expensive, have been worth every penny so far, as the club have built on their Champions League final appearance from last season.

Not many sides will get wins at Anfield this season and it looks like Leicester have a real challenge if they are to get anything from this game.

Manager Claude Puel has done well to get the Foxes to ninth place in the table but even then, there is speculation surrounding his future at the King Power Stadium.

Leicester will still be hurting after their 4-3 defeat at Wolves in their last Premier League outing, in a match that highlighted their defensive frailties. The Foxes have conceded 29 goals in the 23 league games this season and Liverpool have the firepower to really put the East Midlands outfit to the sword.

Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino and Mo Salah could be in for a rewarding evening, as the trio are the most feared attack in the Premier League this season.

The Reds with a -2 handicap are 2.60 and looking at how Leicester’s defence has performed recently, the Merseysiders should be able to run out comfortable victors, as they continue their push for a maiden title during the Premier League era.

It could also be worth looking at Liverpool to win to nil at 1.86, especially considering that formidable defensive record at Anfield.