Back Brighton to see off Wolves this week.

Brighton & Hove Albion will this Tuesday play host to a visit from Wolves in the English Championship, with the hosts backed to make a return to winning ways

A home win for Chris Hughton’s side is 4/5 with bet365, while an away win for Wolves is doubted at 7/2. A draw between the two teams is 13/5.

Brighton enter the fray this week still reeling from their 2-2 draw with Preston last time out, with Hughton’s men coming back from 1-0 down only to concede a 92nd-minute equaliser to squander a win and two potentially-crucial points as they look to challenge the to places in the Championship once again. That stalemate leaves Brighton sitting fourth, however an expected win this week could see them enter the top two places once again come the end of play on Tuesday. Looking to enforce a return to winning ways at the AMEX Stadium this week is lead striker Glenn Murray; the veteran striker is 13/8 to score with bet365.

Wolves also ran out a draw last time out in the league, with the West Midlands club drawing 1-1 with their local rivals Aston Villa. With a much longer journey required this week for their clash with Brighton, Wolves will be hoping the seaside brings nothing but joy in the form of a win, one which would mark only their second in six games. Wolves sit just 12th in the league as a result of their recent lacklustre form, however lead strikers Jon Dadi Bodvarsson and Joe Mason are both just 11/4 with bet365 ton score their third goals of the season this week.


Back Brighton to win 3-1 this week and Murray to score anytime at 20/1 with bet365.

A safer bet lies with Brighton to win by two goals at 4/1.