Birmingham Wolves Free Bets Offers Ladbrokes Premiership relegation decider

Written on April 29th, 2011 by admin

Birmingham City host Wolves in a match where the away side can pull further clear of relegation.

Birmingham have improved over the last few weeks which has given them the confidence to put crucial points on the board. Their win in the Carling Cup final against Arsenal seems to have spurred the side on. Birmingham are the favourites at 11/10.

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There is no greater motivation for a side than knowing that a win means virtual safety which is worth millions of pounds to a football club. Wolves still have a little bit of work to do but they are not in the worst position. Wolves are a best price of 11/4 with Coral.

Birmingham will use the crowd to their advantage and will push forward in the early stages of the match. It will be difficult to break Wolves down but they have the quality needed to do it. Birmingham to win this match 2-0 is 10/1 with Coral and a decent bet.

Wolves have to be defensively sharp and ready the play well. If they can stay level for as long as possible then there is always the chance that they can get forward and steal a winner late in the day. Wolves to win 1-0 is a best price of 10s with Betfair.

Cameron Jerome and Kevin Phillips are joint favourites to score the first goal of the game for the home side. Both players are very useful strikers who can snap up a chance in a second and make it count. They are both 6/1 with Coral.

Steven Fletcher will be looking to add to the goal he scored in the last game. He has the experience to carry the Wolves attack but he’ll be under pressure to take a chance when it comes because there may not be too many. He is 8s to score first with Skybet.

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