Beck to his best at Molineux
Wolves have turned Molineux into a fortress and they will fancy their chances of beating an Everton side that have struggled at times season. The Toffees have had a terrible run of luck with injuries and they do not have the strength in depth that other clubs possess.
Wolves have already frustrated Everton this season in the reverse fixture and they grabbed an equaliser with just sixteen minutes to play at Goodison Park. Everton failed to take their chances in the first half and Beckford can be inconsistent at this level.
Wolves are 13/8 to win at home, the draw is 2/1 and the away win is 19/10. Both sides will be looking to avoid their fourth stalemate in a row and there will be plenty of takers for the draw.
You can both teams to score at 10/11 and they both need the win. Both sides have scored in their last four Premier League games and neither side is very resolute in defence. Wolves will move out of the relegation zone if they can bag the three points in the early kick-off.
The Toffees have now gone eleven games without keeping a clean-sheet and Moyes will be looking to strengthen the backline in the summer and keep hold of the England Internationals Phil Jagielka and Leighton Baines.
If Wolves are to survive this season, they know that a draw will not be enough! Everton are unbeaten in their last five league games and they always gain momentum around April. However, they have won just one of their last six games on the road.
If you fancy the Toffees it could be wise to back them at 21/20 to win draw no bet. Everton have been hampered by injuries, they are without the trio Fellaini, Arteta and Rodwell. Wolves have to face the Toffees without Kevin Doyle.
Everton will be looking for Beckford to show his class at Molineux, he only turned professional five years ago and he has just started banging in the goals in the Premier League. He is Everton's only recognised striker at the moment and he is 11/2 to score the first goal.
Newcastle put four goals past Wolves in their last league match and they will need to deal with the threat of Cahill. He is 15/8 to bag a goal anytime and he is clearly the danger man at Everton. He is lethal in the air and is 13/2 to net the last goal.
With Wolves desperate to retain their league status and Everton looking over Liverpool's shoulder and a potential spot in Europe, the goals should flow! Over 2.5 goals looks a good punt at 11/10 and although Moyes needs another striker, Everton are very capable in front of goal.
Everton are always strong in the latter part of the season and although they have injury worries, they look over-priced at 19/10 against a Wolves side that were exposed badly by Newcastle recently!