It's perhaps no surprise given the birthplace of their manager and several of the players but Wolves have the air of Portugal's Euro 2016 winners. They set up not to lose and hope to have enough at the other end of the pitch to nick the win.
There's no Cristiano Ronaldo of course but Raul Jimenez is one of the Premier League's most consistent scorers and his albeit fortunate winner at Elland Road made it three in five.
Talking of that ratio, Under 2.5 goals has landed in three of Wolves' five Premier League games so far and 1.74 is the clear favourite here.
Overs is 2.26 but it's hard to see much appeal in that.
Newcastle look likely to take a safety-first approach and they offered virtually nothing going forward in their last away game - that 1-1 draw at Tottenham.
Both teams to Score reflects the feeling of a low goal count with 'No' just 1.83 and 'Yes' 2.16.
One trend with Wolves so far this season is that since catching Sheffield United cold with two early goals, they haven't scored in the first half of their last four Premier League matches.
It's a fair bet that this continues in what could be a cat-and-mouse affair.
Therefore, given that games between these two are usually tight, I'm going to say it'll be deadlock in the first 45 and put up a couple of bets in the Half Time/Full Time market.
Draw/Wolves looks a likely scenario and can be backed at 4.8.
And it's also worth chancing that they don't manage to take control after the break. In which case, also try Draw/Draw at 5.4.
Since the start of last season, Raul Jimenez has scored more winning goals in the Premier League than any other player (10).
There's an obvious way to try and cash in - head to the Same Game Multi market and back Jimenez to score in a Wolves win at 2.61. If making that Jimenez to score first, the price jumps to 4.69.
Since a 0-0 draw in their first ever top-flight meeting at Wolves in December 1898, Newcastle have kept only two clean sheets in their 37 such trips since (2-0 in March 1906 and 1-0 in May 1951), conceding 52 goals in 25 games since their most recent shutout.