Wolves welcome Leicester City to Molineux on Sunday for a highly anticipated Midlands derby.
Nuno Espirito Santo finally got a reaction from his players as they saw off nine-man Arsenal on Tuesday evening, having come from behind against the Gunners to bring to an end a winless run.
Leicester, meanwhile, responded to a defeat of their own midweek; having been beaten by Leeds at the King Power Stadium last weekend, they emerged victorious at struggling Fulham.
Here are all the details you’ll need to follow the game.
Is the match on television?
Yes, supporters of both clubs and neutrals will be able to see the game live this weekend on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League, channels 401 and 402 on Sky.
Coverage for the 2pm kick off begins at 1pm, as part of the channel’s Super Sunday offering. Rangers v Hamilton precedes this game, Liverpool v Manchester City and Sheffield United v Chelsea follow it.
How to stream
You can sign up to Sky via their official website and commit to a subscription, but they also have the option of Now TV – a one off £9.99 payment which gives you access to various channels for 24 hours.
Equally, if you have a Sky subscription already, you can stream if via the Sky Go app on laptop, tablet or phone.
How else I can follow the action
National station BBC Radio 5 Live will be providing coverage from Molineux, with the programme beginning shortly before kick off. If you’re after a more local flavour, then BBC WM will also be there offering live commentary.
We will also have BirminghamLive reporter Alex Dicken based at Molineux – he’ll bring updates via Twitter – @AlexeDicken – and plenty of reaction on this website post-match.
Referee : Martin Atkinson. Assistants : Lee Betts, Nick Hopton. Fourth official : David Coote. VAR : Peter Bankes. Assistant VAR : Andy Halliday.