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Brighton will make their way up to the Black Country as they seek to make deeper inroads into the FA Cup on Wednesday evening.


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One of three pan Premier League ties taking place this week, Wolves will be in buoyant mood as a slender 1-0 victory over Sheffield United saw them soar into eighth spot and put themselves in the frame for a European spot.

Brighton, on the other hand, rescued a point at home to Everton with the captain Lewis Dunk providing a timely intervention at the death with a superb header.

Roberto de Zerbi’s men reached the FA Cup semi-finals last term only to be knocked out by Manchester United via a penalty shoot-out, however, he is short of a few key players for the tie.

Kaoru Mitoma remains a doubt as he is currently nursing a back injury, while Joao Pedro also sat out the draw against the Toffees. Meanwhile, Billy Gilmour, who was sent off in that game, will serve the start of his three-match suspension.

This could well be a juicy game. To whet your appetite, I have handpicked a couple of tips for you to gorge on ahead of kick-off.

Wolves to continue resurgence

The green shoots of recovery have been evident for the past couple of weeks at Wolves.

Although the 1-0 victory over Sheffield United was nerve-jangled at times, they have looked more robust of late, and they are a tougher nut to crack.

Brighton, on the other hand, have a few things on their plate, including European commitments, and repeating last season’s feat may be tricky.

The tale of the tape suggests Brighton have dominated the head-to-head with 19 wins from 42 meetings, and there have been five draws too.

But Wolves have only lost just two matches across their past 12 games in all competitions, and they are bobbing along nicely.

Although Brighton have won by an aggregate score of 10-3 on their past three trips to Molineux, I fancy Wolves to advance to the quarter-finals. Rather than leaning towards a Correct Score prediction, I’m going for Wolves to win, and odds of 8/5 can be located at Paddy Power.

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Pedro Neto to wrap things up nicely

It is interesting to note that Pablo Sarabia’s winner against United last weekend was Wolves’ 40th top-flight goal this term, the quickest they have reached that tally since the 1971-72 campaign.

Moreover, it’s also fair to assert that the goals have been spread out this term, and although Matheus Cunha, for example, isn’t expected back until after the March international break, the onus will be on others to step up.

Pedro Neto may not be prolific, but he’s found the net in two of his past six outings in all competitions, including his side’s Fourth Round win away to West Brom last month.

In the pursuit of value, I’m going with Neto to wrap up the win for Wolves, and he’s trading at an eye-catching 15/2 to be the last scorer of the game with bet365.

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Charles Perrin

Charles Perrin

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