We head to Molineux and the lunchtime kick off between Wolves and West Brom, with both teams struggling for a bit of form.
Are we set for an arm wrestle in this one? The match kicks off at 12.30PM.
This fixture does not exactly leap off the coupon for the neutral but with everything to play for its one both sets of fans will looking to get a result.
Wolves especially are having a worrying dip in form.
Its now only one win in their last eight Premier League games for Nuno Espirito Santo’s side, which has seen them drop down to 14th place. They are still relatively safe at this point, but a loss to their opponents today could start to see a little bit of pressure on the side.
Sam Allardyce has been brought in to ‘steady’ the West Brom ship, and although it looks like the Baggies have been sunk and have hit rock bottom already with two thumping home losses against Arsenal and Leeds, with nine goals conceded in a 4-0 & 5-0 thrashing.
Strangely enough it is away from the Hawthorns that West Brom have picked up points, with two spirited performances in their last two away trips, notably score draws against Liverpool and Manchester City no less.
In fact some might say that the West Midlands outfit were unlucky not to take all three points against the Champions at Anfield.
Allardyce does come into this game with a bit of a threadbare squad, with the news that Charlie Austin has joined QPR while it looks like Callum Robinson will be the only recognised striker available in the squad and it would take a monumental effort to take anything out of the game.
The only factor in their favour is that Wolves have conceded a goal in every one of their last eight Premier League games, and that could prove to be a value boosting stat for this one.
Bet365 offer up the Wolves win/both teams to score ‘Yes’ at an impressive looking 3/1 and that price looks worthy of taking.
The Baggies are already six points adrift of safety coming into this one and they simply have to start picking up points. The famous Sam Allardyce ‘Smash n’ grab’ looks unlikely in this one, but they can nick the odd away goal.
Wolves should however simply outscore the away side here.