With a win and a defeat from their opening matches of the 2020/21 Premier League season, Wolves are back in action against West Ham United on Sunday. Here are five things to know ahead of the 7pm kick-off in east London.
1. STRIKING THE IRONS
The London Stadium has been a very happy host for Wolves since Nuno Espirito Santo’s side were promoted back into the top-flight, with the old gold winning both of their fixtures at the former Olympic venue. Wolves got their first Premier League win of the club’s new era there back in September 2018, with Adama Traore’s late winner securing the three points, before Raul Jimenez and Pedro Neto earned their side the victory in the first behind closed doors game of last season, following the Premier League restart.
Wolves will also be aiming to maintain their winning record against the Hammers, having won all four matches they have played in the past two seasons, without conceding a goal. The Hammers' last top-flight win in this fixture was a 2-0 victory back at Upton Park in 2011, with a Ronald Zubar own goal and Freddie Seares strike being the difference. Expect to see goals on Sunday, as West Ham have failed to keep a clean sheet in their past 10 league games at the London Stadium.