Only two points separate Wolves v Leicester. Opta tries to prise them apart.
Wolves came from 0-3 down at half-time to win 4-3 in their only previous Premier League home match against Leicester, back in October 2003. They are2.38 to win again.
Leicester won the reverse fixture 2-0 back in August and are looking to do the league double over Wolves for the first time since the 1995-96 second tier campaign. A Leicester win is3.60.
Leicester have kept a clean sheet in both meetings with Wolves in all competitions this season (2-0 league, 0-0 League Cup). The last time they kept a clean sheet in three games against the same opponent in a season was in 2011-12 vs Nottingham Forest. Leicester are5.50 to win to nil.
Wolves have lost five of their last seven home league games (W2) - they only lost two of their first 27 league games at Molineux under Nuno Espirito Santo (W18 D7). Leicester are2.46in the Draw No Bet market.
Leicester are looking to win three consecutive away league games for the first time since April 2016. They are1.71 Double Chance.
Leicester have scored in 18 Premier League games this season - more than any other non 'big six' side in the competition. Both teams to score is2.10.
Only Cardiff (15) have conceded the first goal in more Premier League games than Leicester this season (14). Wolves are3.10 to be leading at half-time.
Leicester's Jamie Vardy has failed to score in his four appearances against Wolves in all competitions. He's only faced Hull (5) more often without finding the net for the Foxes. Under 2.5 goals is1.67.
10 of the last 16 Premier League goals conceded by Wolves have been via set pieces (four corners, four free-kicks, two penalties). The odds of there being a penalty in the match are4.50.
Wolves' Willy Boly was sent off in their 0-3 defeat to Man City, the 13th time they've received a red card in a Premier League match, winning none of those games (W0 D2 L11). A sending off in the match is 5.80.