Sam Allardyce will be hoping to secure his first win as West Bromwich Albion this weekend, with the Baggies visiting Wolves for a Black Country derby.
Injury-ravaged Wolves have taken just two points from their last five Premier League games, and are on a league-high run of 11 games without a clean sheet.
West Brom are also struggling for form, with Allardyce yet to guide his side to a win in any competition since taking charge at The Hawthorns. However, Big Sam has never lost against Wolves as a manager with six wins and two draws.
The most recent meetings between these sides was an emphatic 5-1 Premier League win for West Brom at Molineux, back in 2012.
Wolves have a number of injury concerns with Raul Jiminez, Jonny Otto, Marcal and Daniel Podence all ruled out. Adama Traore and Willy Boly are also doubtful.
Robert Snodgrass could make his debut for the Baggies, but Conor Gallagher is suspended for West Brom.