A draw may be the most likely result as Fulham entertain Wolves at Craven Cottage with both teams finding it difficult to collect victories in the Premier League.
The hosts have only won one of their last nine Premier League games, while Mark Hughes has begun his first season as Fulham manager with three straight draws.
Hughes also had a knack of drawing games in his previous job as Manchester City boss and has shared the spoils in 11 of his last 14 Premier League fixtures.
Wolves’ record of winning top-flight games is not any better as they have claimed maximum points in just two of their last ten Premier League outings.
Unsurprisingly, the game between the pair at Craven Cottage last season ended all-square and it is 5/2 that another draw materialises.
Furthermore, both of the games in the Premier League at Fulham, including that to take place in April, have finished goalless and it is 8/1 for a repeat of this scoreline again.
Sylvan Ebanks-Blake has scored twice this season for Wolves and perhaps represents their best chance of a goal.
Wolves are 10/3 to continue their unbeaten start by claiming the three points and Ebanks-Blake is 8/1 to open the scoring.
Marcus Bent may make his Wolves debut in the game and is also 8/1 to break the deadlock.
Fulham did score twice in their only home game to date this season against Manchester United and Bobby Zamora may fancy his chances of finding the net in the 90 minutes for the second league game in a row, which can be backed at evens.
Zamora to score the only goal in a 1-0 Fulham win is 20/1. See the whole Fulham vs Wolves match betting market.