It's Wolves' first trip to Brunton Park in over 26 years, knowing full well a victory would put King Kenny’s side level on points with table toppers Leyton Orient.
Wolves’ official betting partner Betbright are offering some attractive odds on this evening’s game.
Can James Henry make it four goals in four games? This could well be worth a cheeky bet with attractive odds of 11/1.
Or how about Danny Batth to open his goalscoring account? With odds of 25/1 and a regular threat from set pieces, the ‘Bart Man’ must surely be worth an outside bet.
For more match odds and to enter the draw for a pair of tickets for the England versus Germany clash later this month visit betbright.com/wolvescomp