There’s lots to like about Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo.
He has turned his side from Championship also-rans to European contenders, seems like a nice guy, and of course there’s that magnificent beard.
As for Southampton boss Ralph Hasenhüttl, any man that can keep his job after losing 9-0 is worthy of respect!
And as the Saints and Wolves get ready to face Man United and Arsenal, it is they, and not their illustrious rivals who are in the Premier League’s top ten.
Our Top Arsenal v Wolves Odds Pick – Under 2.5 Goals – 8/13 at Betfair
With only one three goals between them in the last five games, we’re not expecting fireworks at the Emirates.
Arsenal have failed to score in four out of their last five matches and two out of the last three at home.
Wolves have been pretty toothless too, having scored more than one goal in only two of their nine games this season.
Wolves’ last three trips to Arsenal have ended in 1-1 draws, and we’re expecting a similarly low scoring affair once again.
Our Top Southampton v Man United Odds Pick – Southampton / Draw Double Chance – 5/6 at 888sport
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer must feel like he’s walking up the down escalator this season – lots of effort but little to show for it!
Man United are 12th in the league and have won only four of their eight games, but two of them have come in their last two league outings, so the Red Devils may have finally turned a corner.
However, a trip to Southampton is a significant roadblock, as the Saints really are marching this season, unbeaten in seven matches and sitting pretty in fifth place in the Premier League.
And we reckon they can avoid defeat once again at St Mary’s Stadium.
Please note that all odds are correct at time of publication and are subject to change.