After a goalless draw at the Molineux Stadium, Carlos Carvalhal’s men will be expected to capitalise on their home advantage and progress to the next round of the competition ahead of the Championship leaders.
The Swans have been relatively unimpressive in the Premier League in this on-going season after managing just four wins in 23 games which sees them sit at the bottom of the table.
Their last two games have ended in stalemates and the same betting firm is offering (3.15) for a share of spoils at the end of 90 minutes of action.
Wolves’ performance this term is in sharp contrast with their host as they continue to blossom in the English Championship. They sit comfortably at the summit of the log, ten points clear of their closest rivals Derby County.
They will be hoping to put to bear this form by turning the table against the Welsh side at the price of (3.10).
Goals will not be at the premium as the Swans have only scored once in three matches while Nuno Espírito Santo’s charges have failed to find the back of the net in their last two engagements. The bookmakers have quoted (1.58) for under 2.5 goals to surface in the clash.