Your guide to Saturday's game
Reds host promotion-chasing Wolves for the first time at the Checkatrade.com Stadium on Saturday, kick off 3pm.
Referee: Carl Berry Assistants: Stephen Daly and Adam Crysell Fourth Official: Constantine Hadzidakis
Dannie Bulman (fractured cheekbone) is missing for Reds but Billy Clarke is back after suspension.
Wolves have no fresh injury concerns. Jack Price and Ethan Ebanks-Landell are close to a return and may be back in the squad while striker Nouah Diko is added to the squad after signing from Wigan on Monday for £300,000.
VIEW FROM INSIDE THE CAMP
John Gregory: "It is a big game for everyone at the club and one we are all looking forward to. There is going to be a big crowd and it's quite an occasion but for the players their focus is entirely on what's in front of them. Wolves have got a very strong squad but we feel we can cause them problems, as we did at Molineux in August."
Watch John Gregory's video previewing the game on our Youtube Channel
Kenny Jackett (Wolves Manager): "xxxxx"
WE'VE MET BEFORE
The clubs met for the first time in August when a stoppage-time penalty by Leigh Griffiths earned Wolves a 2-1 win after Billy Clarke had equalised for Reds moments earlier.
Reds have lost three of their last 13 in all competitions. Wolves' last away win in League One was their 1-0 success at Notts County on November 16.
GOING TO THE MATCH?
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COME ON YOU REDS!