Wolves will aim to avoid a fourth successive Premier League defeat when they travel to Chelsea on Saturday afternoon.
Bruno Lage has seen his men slip to 1-0 losses to Newcastle and Burnley respectively before being dispatched 3-0 by Brighton at Molineux last time out. Wolves are, however, still in the race for European qualification, currently sitting just three points behind seventh-placed West Ham having played a game fewer.
A win on the weekend will be tough, though, even if they do travel to a Chelsea side in the midst of a bumpy patch themselves. Here's how Lage could set up.
Wolves predicted lineup vs Chelsea (3-4-3)
GK: Jose Sa - No clean sheet for five games, and one more would extend his longest run without one - a stat that really shows what a good maiden campaign he's had.
CB: Willy Boly - The impressive Max Kilman is still sidelined with injury, so Boly should continue his spell in the team.
CB: Conor Coady - Has started all but one of Wolves' Premier League fixtures since the club's promotion in 2018 and will inevitably skipper the team once more at Stamford Bridge.
CB: Romain Saiss - Left on the bench a couple of times recently but the firm favourite should be set for a third consecutive start here.
RWB: Jonny - Nelson Semedo looks to have picked up a knock that's going to force him out of action for the rest of the campaign, so Jonny could come in to fill in.
CM: Ruben Neves - The maestro's half-time withdrawal last time out was reportedly nothing more than precautionary, so expect him to start here.
CM: Joao Moutinho - Is still a pivotal figure in the side and, at 35 years of age, should be set for a ninth successive league start this weekend.
LWB: Rayan Ait-Nouri - The youngster has been in and out of the side in recent weeks but, with Jonny forced to deputise on the right, he should get the nod here.
RF: Hwang Hee-Chan - Daniel Podence's injury should see the South Korean continue in the forward line, as he searches for a first goal in ten league outings.
ST: Raul Jimenez - Fabio Silva started the last one, but the youngster should make way for the more experienced and dangerous Jimenez.
RF: Pedro Neto - We could see the wiry Portuguese come into the fold for just a second Premier League start of the season.