Wolves have failed to score in their last three matches, with their last game being a loss, courtesy of a Divock Origi 94th minute winner.
The kick off is being broadcast live on BT Sport, and is the early kick off in the Premier League, with the game set to get underway at 12:30pm.
The game is also the second game of the Premier League, after Brentford host Watford on Friday Night Football.
What are the odds & certain markets on the game?
To win the game: Manchester City: 1/8 - Wolves: 20/1
The game also features 4 price boosts, and these are: Jack Grealish to score: 9/4, Raheem Sterling to score first: 11/2, Bernardo Silva to score from outside the area: 16/1, and Raul Jiminez to score first is 16/1.
There’s also a scorecast boost, which includes a player scoring and the correct score. The one for this game is Raheem Sterling to score first and Manchester City to win 3-1 is currently priced at 66/1. No one would raise their eyebrows at City scoring 3, but Wolves, as mentioned, haven’t scored in three and boast a great defence, including Ruben Dias and Aymeric Laporte.
There’s at least 25 markets to be on the game on Sky Bet, which can provide live updates if you can’t watch the game live.
The markets include yes or no questions for the first 10 minutes, such as ‘will there be a goal kick in the first ten minutes’.