Wolves will aim to avoid a damp end to their campaign as they travel to title-chasing Liverpool on Sunday afternoon.
Bruno Lage's men play the final game of a largely impressive season against a Goliathan Reds side in need of a win to stand a chance of lifting the Premier League trophy. And, despite sitting eighth in the table, Wolves head into the clash with a six-match winless run behind them, losing four in that time.
Here's how the visitors could set up.
1. Wolves predicted lineup vs Liverpool (3-5-2)
GK: Jose Sa - Left on the bench as Norwich visited Molineux last time out but should come back into the side to cap off a good maiden campaign in the Premier League.
CB: Jonny - The absences of Max Kilman and Romain Saiss have left Lage shorthanded and, while Toti Gomes started at the back against Norwich, Jonny could return for this one.
CB: Conor Coady - Hooked off at the midway point in that 1-1 draw against the Canaries but should remain in the lineup to skipper the side the 38th time in the league this term.
CB: Willy Boly - Has enjoyed a good run in the side in the campaign's latter stages and is set for a ninth consecutive start in this one.
RWB: Chiquinho - Has been a bright spark in dull weeks of late and should be set for a second start in three outings.
CM: Joao Moutinho - Although the speed of the game has highlighted his age in recent weeks, the veteran still demonstrates his velvety class regularly.
CM: Ruben Neves - Performances of late haven't exactly risen his stock ahead of what promises to be a busy summer for the midfielder but he should start once again nonetheless.
CM: Leander Dendoncker - Wasn't involved last time out but could be reinstated to midfield on Sunday.
LWB: Rayan Ait-Nouri - Will surely retain his place after notching a crucial first of the season last time out.
ST: Daniel Podence - Returned from injury as a substitute last time out and could push for a start here - the forward line needs some sort of inspiration, that's for sure.
ST: Raul Jimenez - Likely in store for another unenjoyable outing against the dominance of Liverpool.