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UP NEXT: WOLVES (H)

6 February 2014

Our preview of the weekend’s game against Wolves

Wolverhampton Wanderers FC

Sky Bet League 1

Saturday 8th February

The Lamex Stadium, Stevenage

Kick-off: 3pm


Weather forecast: Rain, rain, rain

Referee: Eddy Ilderton


Tickets:


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Last time we met:



Team news:


Jon Ashton and Fil Morais are both pushing for a starting place at the weekend after picking up recent knocks.


Wolves goalkeeper Carl Ikeme won't be involved as he's out until next month with a broken hand. Dave Edwards and Matt Doherty are doubts for the match as they continue to try and recover from minor injuries.


View from the dressing room:



Betting:


Stevenage are priced at 15/4 to win on Saturday with Sky Bet - meaning a £10 bet would return just under £50!

For Boro to repeat their mid-week feat of winning 3-1, the odds are a huge 50/1...

You won't get a much higher price on Zoko to score first all season, 7/1 to do it against Wolves.


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Recent form:


Wolves head into the game in great form; on the back of four wins in a row with an aggregate score of 10-1. It hasn’t all been going their way recently though, throughout December and early January the team were in a bit of a rot as they won only one league game in seven. The dip in form wasn’t enough to substantially damage their title challenge though, as they’re currently only two points off top.


The vital statistics:


Wolves have the best current away form in the league, 5 wins, 2 draws and a loss in their last 8 games. They also have the best record in the league against teams in the bottom half of the table – 13 wins, 2 draws and only 1 loss represents a remarkable return.


Key man:


The return of Leon Clarke, the league’s top goal scorer has made shockwaves throughout League 1 as the former Coventry man re-signed for his home-town team. Clarke has scored 15 league goals this season for Coventry and with arguably the best supporting cast in the league around him, he’s expected to add many more goals to his tally. Amazingly, Clarke has played for 14 different clubs at the age of 28 but when he’s focused and in form, he’s as good as anyone in the league.

 

 


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