Two of the Premier League's most attractive teams meet when Bournemouth take on Wolves. Opta presents the vital statistics.
"Wolves have used fewer players than any other Premier League side this season (18). However, only Manchester United (14) have had more different goalscorers than Wolves (13), meaning 72% of their players used have found the net."
Bournemouth have never lost a home league game against Wolves, winning two and drawing one of their three previous matches. The draw is [3.4].
Having won the reverse fixture 2-0, Wolves are looking to complete a league double over Bournemouth for the very first time. Wolves are [2.7] to win.
Bournemouth have won their last two home league games by an aggregate score of 6-0. They last won three in a row at the Vitality Stadium in February 2018, while they last did so without conceding back in October 2014. Bournemouth are [2.94] to claim victory.
Only Fulham (88%) have won a higher percentage of their Premier League points in home games this season than Bournemouth (73% - 24/33). Bournemouth are [2.1] Draw No Bet.
Bournemouth's last six home defeats in the Premier League have come against 'big six' opposition, including all three this season. The last time another such side beat them at the Vitality Stadium in the competition was Burnley in November 2017. Bournemouth are [1.6] Double Chance.
Wolves have won three of their last five Premier League away games (D1 L1), as many as they had in their last 25 on the road in the competition (W3 D9 L13). They are [1.9] Draw No Bet.
Wolves have won 11 Premier League games this season, their joint most in a single campaign in the competition (level with 2010-11). They last won more in a top-flight campaign in 1980-81 (13). Wolves are [4.6] to win half-time/full-time.
Wolves have scored 74% of their Premier League goals in the second-half of games this season (25/34), a league-high ratio. Only Cardiff (7) have scored fewer goals in the opening 45 minutes than Wolves (9). The draw half-time/Wolves full-time double result is [6.6].
Wolves have used fewer players than any other Premier League side this season (18). However, only Manchester United (14) have had more different goalscorers than Wolves (13), meaning 72% of their players used have found the net. Both teams to score is [1.83].
Bournemouth striker Josh King has scored in his last two Premier League home games, netting three goals in total. He could become just the second Bournemouth player to score in three top-flight home games in a row, after Junior Stanislas in October 2018. King is [3.3] to score.
Dan Fitch 2018/19 Season P/L
Staked: 276.00 pts
Returned: 290.83 pts
P/L: +14.83 pts