Luton Town will be hoping that they can get their first points on the board when they host Wolverhampton Wanderers in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon. We preview the betting markets that might offer the most value in this fixture.
Luton are still without trio Dan Potts, Jordan Clark and Gabriel Osho for the visit of Wolves. Joe Hodge is the only absentee presently for Wolves heading into the weekend.
Hwang Hee-chan to score at anytime at 5/2
While it has overly been a disappointing start in the Premier League for Wolves, attacker Hwang Hee-chan has had a strong start, personally. The South Korean international has been on hand to score three goals in the first five matches of the season.
Hwang struggled for form last year but it appears as though Gary O’Neil is getting a tune out of the former Red Bull Salzburg star. After scoring against Liverpool and losing at the weekend, the 27-year-old will seek to ensure that his goals help his side put points on the board.
Wolves will see this as an opportunity to pick up their second win of the season against struggling Luton, who are yet to pick up a single point in the top flight. This also gives Hwang an excellent chance to continue his strong form and add to his goal tally.
Luton Town and both teams to score (Yes) at 5/1
Luton have been written off long before the first ball of the season was kicked by many, and while they are still searching for their first point of the campaign, there have been some signs of promise. Rob Edwards is still learning as a coach and both he and his players are trying to acclimatise to their new surroundings, but they need to do it sooner rather than later.
They will have a good opportunity against Wolves to secure their first win of the season. They’re the home side and taking on a team that have also had a poor start and one also considered to be one of the relegation favourites.
Kenilworth Road will be electric on Saturday for this crunch clash and this fixture is considered easier than what the Hatters have faced so far. Both sides are unquestionably vulnerable at the back, with one clean sheet between them so far.
There have been two instances this term where Wolves have taken the lead in matches and failed to take anything from the game. This should give Luton confidence ahead of Saturday and Edwards will know what can be achieved if his side can go out and dictate the tempo of the match.