Wolves can surpass the 70-point mark if they record a third successive victory when QPR visit Molineux on Saturday afternoon.
Nuno Espirito Santo have beaten Ipswich Town and Sheffield United in the last two weeks and host QPR on Saturday looking for a 22nd victory of the season. QPR are one of just four teams to have beaten Wolves this season, but Nuno’s side had plenty of chances at Loftus Road and will take heart from their performance. The hosts currently hold an 11-point lead on Derby County in second and played some brilliant football against Sheffield United, so a sold-out Molineux will be hopeful of back-to-back home victories.
QPR are sat 15th in the Championship but do have a 10-point buffer on the relegation zone. The Hoops beat Barnsley last time out thanks to Josh Scowen’s strike, ridding the memory of back-to-back defeats which had some before. QPR haven’t lost at Molineux since 2009, winning on their last three visits, and did claim three points against Wolves back in October. Ian Holloway is currently operating with reduced numbers due to injuries and will have to do without the suspended Ryan Manning on Saturday.
Around The Championship
Cardiff City travel to Millwall on Friday and Derby County host Norwich City the next day. Bristol City welcome Sunderland to Ashton Gate and Fulham travel to Bolton Wanderers. Preston North End head to Brentford and Aston Villa take on Birmingham City on Sunday.
Follow The Game
The fixture is available for Wolves TV overseas users to view live, while the audio commentary is available to supporters in the UK. As usual, the game will be covered in full on Twitter and the Matchday Centre Live.
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