Crystal Palace will return to Selhurst Park on Tuesday night in search of a win that will appease fans after a disappointing 0-0 draw at Leicester City over the weekend.
Patrick Vieira’s side just didn’t turn up and the stats say they had only one shot on target against a Leicester side that is in the bottom three of the Premier League table.
Wolves in contrast, come into the game at Selhurst Park on the back of a win against Nottingham Forest and the hopes are that they will be able to build on the momentum and confidence gained from the win over the weekend.
Both teams will be missing key men with the visiting side without Sasa Kalajdzic, Pedro Neto and Mexican star Raúl Jiménez.
They will however be able to call on Nathan Collins, who is available again after serving his three-game ban and will be looking to make up for lost time if selected by head coach.
Crystal Palace have issues of their own with James McArthur, Nathan Ferguson and Nathaniel Clyne all still out out with injuries.
Will Hughes is a big doubt as he continues to recover from illness. Crystal Palace manager Patrick Vieira confirmed that the midfielder is unwell and will be monitored ahead of tomorrow.
He told reporters: “We have no new injury news and Will (Will Hughes) is still ill and will be monitored closely.”
The game against Wolves is of high significance with Palace having just 10 points from their first nine games of the campaign so far.
Jack Butland, who was expected to compete for the Crystal Palace number one spot, is still a doubt with his wrist injury. But the form of Vicente Guaita has been one of the positives of an inconsistent season so far.
Palace will hope to win this, aware that their visitors have not won any of their last nine away games.