Two of the Premier League's struggling sides will meet on Tuesday when Wolves make the trip down south to face Crystal Palace.
Patrick Vieira's side needed some good fortune to avoid defeat against Leicester last time out and, despite sitting 13th, are one wrong set of results away from dropping down into the relegation zone.
Wolves, who find themselves 17th, are perhaps more desperate to secure the three points and have restored some form of confidence after securing their second win of the campaign against Nottingham Forest at the weekend.
Here's all you need to know about this one.
Where are Crystal Palace vs Wolves playing?
- Location: London, England
- Stadium: Selhurst Park
- Date: Tuesday 18 October
- Kick-off Time: 20:15 BST / 15:15 EST / 12:15 PST
- VAR: Lee Mason
- Referee: David Coote
Where can you watch Crystal Palace vs Wolves on TV in UK, US, Canada?
- UK: Amazon Prime Video
- USA: Peacock Premium
- Canada: fuboTV Canada
Where can you watch Crystal Palace vs Wolves highlights in UK, US, Canada?
- UK: Prime Video Sport YouTube channel
- USA: nbcsports.com
- Canada: fuboTV Canada
Crystal Palace vs Wolves H2H results (Last Five Games)
- Crystal Palace: 3 Wins
- Wolves: 2 Wins
- Draws: 0
Current Form (Last Five Games)
- Crystal Palace: DDLWD
- Wolves: WLLLW
Crystal Palace team news
Will Hughes must prove his health after missing out against Leicester due to illness, but that is expected to be the only ongoing concern for Vieira.
Chris Richards (thigh), Jack Butland (wrist), James McArthur (groin), Nathaniel Clyne (ankle) and Nathan Ferguson (ankle) all remain out.
Crystal Palace predicted lineup vs Wolves
Palace Starting XI (4-3-3): Guaita; Ward, Andersen, Guehi, Mitchell; Eze, Doucoure, Schlupp; Olise, Mateta, Zaha
Bench: Johnstone, Tomkins, Balmer, Milivojevic, Riedewald, Ayew, Ebiowei, Gordon, Edouard
Wolves team news
Nathan Collins is expected to return to the starting lineup now that his suspension is over, with Toti Gomes likely to drop back to the bench.
Goncalo Guedes has also recovered from an illness and is in contention to feature, but long-term absentees Chiquinho, Sasa Kalajdzic, Pedro Neto and Raul Jimenez remain unavailable.
Wolves predicted lineup vs Crystal Palace
Wolves Starting XI (4-3-3): Sa; Semedo, Kilman, Collins, Ait-Nouri; Nunes, Neves, Moutinho; Traore, Costa, Guedes
Bench: Sarkic, Mosquera, Gomes, Semedo, Hodge, Traore, Campbell, Hwang, Podence
Crystal Palace vs Wolves score prediction
This is a battle of two sides who, objectively, have not been fun to watch for a good few weeks. Wolves are finding it hard to score goals and Palace aren't great at keeping them out either. It's the Resistible Force vs The Very-Much-Moveable Object.
The reality is, you could see both teams winning this. They definitely have enough about them to win when they can get all the cogs spinning together, but neither have found that particularly easy to pull off.
In the end, it's hard to separate them.
Prediction: Crystal Palace 0-0 Wolves