Leeds United rated bankers at Hull City with former Whites striker Mallik Wilks threat minimal
Even the draw is on offer at 4-1 but a 2-0 win for the Whites is rated the most likely scoreline at 13-2 with yet another 1-0 triumph for United next in the market at 27-4.
A 2-1 success for the visitors is next at 15-2 before a 1-1 draw (81-10) and ten more results are rated more likely than the most probable Tigers win with a 1-0 success for the hosts on offer at 21-1.
Even a 4-0 win for Leeds is seen as more likely at 17-1.
And it's a similar story in the first scorer marker with the first Tigers player coming well down the list in the presence of Josh Magennis who is 23-2 to net first and 4-1 anytime.
Norbert Balogh is next for Hull at 12-1 followed by James Berry at 14-1 considering that 12-1 shots Keane Lewis-Potter and Tom Eaves are both injured.
No goalscorer at 14-1 is then rated slightly more likely than the prospect of Hull's Barnsley loanee Mallik Wilks netting first against his former side at 15-1.
Wilks is 23-4 to score any time but comparatively Whites no 9 Patrick Bamford is just evens to net during the match and once again favourite to score first at 15-4, despite having scored in just one of his last 12 games.
The usual Whites suspects headed by Pablo Hernandez are next but after netting his first goal since November in Wednesday's 1-0 win at Middlesbrough, Mateusz Klich might be a bit of value at 11-1 to net first and 15-4 as an anytime scorer.
Klich is scoring goals again? Maybe, but if the bookies are correct then one way or the other someone will unlock Hull who are expected to provide little resistance at the KCOM.