Cardiff City are looking to bounce back from their narrow defeat at Everton when they host out of out form Wolves on match day 14.
Having picked up just eight points from 13 games, Neil Warnock's outfit are only off the bottom on goal difference ahead of Fulham.
Despite their worrying position, the Bluebirds are seeking a third win in four home games as they look to avoid relegation back to the Championship.
Here's how they could look.
1. Goalkeeper & Defenders
Neil Etheridge (GK) - The Cardiff keeper hasn't kept a single clean sheet in his side's last ten games. He'll be hoping his fortunes change on Friday.
Bruno Ecuele Manga (RB) - Largely impressed in stopping Everton's attacking force last Saturday and supports Kadeem Harris when needed offensively.
Sol Bamba (CB) - Unpredictable on his day, Bamba turned from villain to match winner in their last home victory over Brighton.
Sean Morrison (CB) - The ever-present defender has made over 160 appearances for the Bluebirds and had a brief spell with Reading in the top flight in 2012/13.
Greg Cunningham (LB) - The Republic of Ireland international has become a regular under Warnock and is set to start for a third consecutive league game.
Aron Gunnarsson (CDM) - Having faced the full force of fellow Icelandic Gylfi Sigurdsson last time out, it will be another fascinating battle with opposite number Joao Moutinho.
Victor Camarasa (CM) - The on-loan Real Betis man will look to add to his goal and assist this term.
Harry Arter (CM) - Returning from suspension last week, the on-loan Bournemouth midfielder is capable of long range shooting prowess - though we haven't seen it for a while.
Kadeem Harris (RW) - Impressive in recent weeks, Harris is expected to keep his place ahead of Junior Hoilett.
Callum Paterson (ST) - Club top scorer with three league goals, the makeshift striker could once again play the lone role ahead of more recognised forwards Danny Ward and Bobby Reid. He faces a physical battle with Wolves centre half Willy Boly.
Josh Murphy (LW) - Murphy could come in for Joe Ralls should Neil Warnock look for a greater attacking edge going forward.