Championship high-flyers Ipswich Town host Premier League outfit Wolverhampton Wanderers in the third round of the Carabao Cup on Tuesday. There are some eye-catching markets available in this clash, which could be of great value to punters.

Ipswich Town vs Wolves Betting Tips

  • Ipswich Town to win – 7/4
  • Over 1.5 Ipswich Town goals – 11/8

Team news

Kayden Jackson could be absent again for Ipswich Town after his knee injury saw him miss out on his side’s victory over Blackburn Rovers at the weekend. Wolverhampton Wanderers will be without midfielder Jean-Ricner Bellegarde after he was sent off in their 1-1 draw at Luton Town last time out.

Ipswich Town to win @ 7/4

The Tractor Boys have enjoyed an incredible start to the season back in the Championship, picking up 21 points from their first eight matches. They sit second and are only behind leaders Leicester City on goal difference. Boss Kieran McKenna continues to work wonders at Portman Road and their fine form could well continue in the Carabao Cup.

Ipswich have won all but one of their Championship matches so far this term, while Premier League strugglers Wolves have won just one of their six league encounters. Form and momentum are definitely with McKenna’s men, and they will fancy themselves to dispose of the visitors on Tuesday evening.

The hosts play an exciting brand of football, whereas Wolves are having a bit of an identity crisis of late. This could be a rough evening for the Old Gold.

Over 1.5 Ipswich Town goals in the game @ 11/8

Ipswich are the joint-top scorers in the second tier this season with 17 goals from their first eight games. Their style of play is so good to watch and they are stacked with players throughout their squad who can get on the scoresheet.

Nathan Broadhead (four), Conor Chaplin (three), Freddie Ladapo (three) and George Hirst (two) have all started the campaign strongly, and each of them will be looking to add to their tallies against a frail Wolves side. This will give  boss Gary O’Neil countless problems when the two sides meet on Tuesday, and Wolves will find it very difficult to keep the Tractor Boys quiet.

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