Saturday action at Molineux Stadium – kick-off – 9:15pm GMT.
Molineux Stadium sees Saturday action as Wolves take on Sheffield U – 9:15pm GMT.
Right now, Wolves sit in twelfth place in the League, eight places higher than the twentieth placed hosts, Sheffield U.
With the Premier League season well into its stride, Wolverhampton Wanderers have managed to gain 38 points so far, going into this match
With a win in their previous game, (0-1) against Fulham, Wolves will likely be in a positive frame of mind.
Wolves need to find a way to generate wins on a consistent basis, as they’ve recorded nine losses in their last 20 fixtures. With 38 points, they are established in twelfth in the League having won 10 games, drawn eight meetings, and lost 13 fixtures.
Wolves have won five fixtures, drawn four matches, and lost six meetings of their 15 League matches at home this season.
A victory for Wolverhampton Wanderers would put them on 41 points.
Wolves are likely to be missing six of their key players when they start Saturday’s game, due to injury and illness.
Struggling Sheffield United go to Molineux Stadium on Saturday and hope for a positive result
If Sheffield U’s season is to maintain on track, they must put their recent poor form to an end in this game. In their last two outings, they lost 0-3 at Arsenal and 2-1 at Leeds United.
With relegation a real prospect for Sheffield U, Paul Heckingbottom must stop the poor run of form that has produced 15 losses in 20 fixtures. With 14 points, they are established in twentieth in the League having won four matches, drawn two games, and lost 25 fixtures.
It must be a worrying prospect for Sheffield U to go back on the road, with a bud run of away performances under their belt this season. So far they have only secured one win and one darts to the home team.
Sheffield United will have 17 points if they manage to secure a victory.
Sheffield U may have to resort to second choice players, given the number of first choice players that are now unavailable through injury, illness or suspension.
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Sheffield United Head-to-Head.
The two clubs have previously played each other 33 times with the record being 11 victories and 12 draws for Wolves. Also, the two teams have been unable to break the deadlock in the last two matches, with draws on each occasion.
For Wolves, Pedro Neto has netted
five goals in 31 League games this season, while David McGoldrick contributed with
six goals in 31 League fixtures this campaign for Sheffield U.
Other players of note for Wolves are Ruben Neves and Raul Jimenez with five goals and five goals respectively and for Sheffield U are Billy Sharp and Jayden Bogle with three goals and two goals respectively.