Here are four football tips that Adam Drury thinks you should consider for Brighton v Wolves on Sunday.
Match to finish as a draw
Seven of Brighton’s 16 Premier League matches this season have finished as a draw, including four of their last seven.
Eight of Wolves’ last nine matches have been decided by one goal or finished level, so it is worth backing this as the longest-priced of the three possible outcomes.
Pedro Neto to score
In the absence of Raul Jimenez, Neto has been Wolves’ most reliable goal threat.
The Portuguese ranks second to Jimenez for shots per game in Nuno Santo’s squad and has scored five goals for club and country this season.
Nelson Semedo to be carded
Semedo ranks top for tackles and second for fouls in Wolves’ squad, so is an obvious candidate to pick up a booking here.
He has been carded in two of his last three matches.
Yves Bissouma to be carded
Bissouma has picked up four yellow cards and a red this season.
He ranks fourth for tackles and 13th for fouls per game in the entire Premier League, while an opposition central midfielder has been carded in four of Wolves’ last five games.
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