Football Tips: Paddy’s trader’s 2 best bets for Wolves v Brighton

Paddy's top football trader Jason Murphy links up with PPTV once again to give you a steer for Sunday's lunchtime kick-off.

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Sunday 12pm: Wolves v Brighton
BBC One and BBC iPlayer/ Premier Sports

Half Time: 0-0

One good angle in this game really is for it to be 0-0 at Half Time. The reason being is that both teams are very slow in getting going in the first halves of games, especially Wolves.

If you look at Brighton defensively, they kept a clean sheet against Leeds last weekend and that was their 12th shutout in the league this season. There are only four other teams who have a better record than Brighton when it comes to keeping clean sheets in 2020-21.

If you factor all that in, with Wolves not being particularly hot in the first half and Brighton defensively very good but struggling themselves at the other end, then 0-0 at Half Time seems like a good bet.

Half With Most Goals: Second Half

Traditionally there are always more goals in the second half. Defences get more tired and sides who want to win games risk a bit more later on rather than coming up to half time.

Those are the two angles you should be looking at specifically when it comes to these two teams. Brighton, I can understand their price to win, but really I’d be looking at the goals market to be low-scoring in this game.

Tips for Wolves v Brighton

Half Time Score: 0-0
Half With Most Goals: Second

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