This is an ideal opportunity for Wolves to test themselves against the best in the division and they could step up to win comfortably against Norwich.
Wolves v Norwich - Saturday 17:30, Sky Sports 1
Consistency is becoming the watchword for Wolves after they slipped to a late defeat at Wigan in midweek, just ten days after that stunning away win at Newcastle. But don’t expect the zany Walter Zenga to come up with the answers, just embrace the eccentricity. Back the Old Gold to win big matches, oppose them against lesser opposition, and you probably won’t go far wrong.
"I never had the impression we would lose," explained Zenga after the Wigan setback. "In the last minute one long ball in one position where it shouldn’t be, and we lost. This evening just happened because it happened."
However, the visit of Norwich is an opportunity for Zenga to do what he apparently does best: galvanise. The visit of the Canaries is an exciting opportunity for Wolves to test themselves against one of the leading teams in the division, a chance to develop a clearer picture about where they belong in the overall pecking order. Take the 21/10 about the home win.
The Norwich players could be in a delicate state after their staggering late collapse at St James’s Park in midweek, conceding twice inside 60 seconds as they approached the 95th-minute with a 3-2 lead. If the hosts get after them early, they could expose a few mental frailties. Top-up with a bet on the Wolves/Wolves half time/full time option at 4/1 or better.