Sky Bet Championship

  • Venue: Molineux
  • Date: Friday 11 December
  • Kick-off: 19:45 GMT

Coverage: Listen on BBC Radio 5 live and BBC local radio; text commentary on the BBC Sport website

Lineup, Bookings (0) & Substitutions (0)

Wolverhampton Wanderers

  • 01 Ikeme
  • 18 Iorfa
  • 06 Batth
  • 23 Ebanks-Landell
  • 03 Golbourne
  • 19 Price
  • 11 McDonald
  • 07 Henry
  • 04 Edwards
  • 24 Graham
  • 29 Le Fondre

Substitutes

  • 02 Doherty
  • 10 Afobe
  • 12 Wallace
  • 13 McCarey
  • 16 Coady
  • 25 Byrne
  • 27 Holt

Nottingham Forest

  • 01 de Vries
  • 02 Lichaj
  • 05 Mills
  • 04 Mancienne
  • 31 Pinillos
  • 15 Mendes da Graça
  • 10 Lansbury
  • 24 Vaughan
  • 38 Osborn
  • 17 Castro Oliveira
  • 29 O'Grady

Substitutes

  • 18 Trotter
  • 19 Ward
  • 20 Williams
  • 23 Blackstock
  • 25 Hobbs
  • 26 Evtimov
  • 32 Tesche
Ref: Keith Stroud

Match Stats

Possession

50 50

Shots

0 0

On target

0 0

Corners

0 0

Fouls

0 0

TEAM NEWS

On-loan keeper Emi Martinez's thigh injury may keep him out for the remainder of the month so Carl Ikeme will continue in goal for Wolves.

Defender Kortney Hause is out with a hamstring injury but striker Benik Afobe is in line for a starting berth.

Jack Hobbs is available for Forest after suspension but centre-back stand-ins Michael Mancienne and Matt Mills, kept a clean sheet in his absence.

Boss Dougie Freedman has options but may prefer to name an unchanged team.

MATCH FACTS

  • Wolves ended a run of three successive losses to Forest with a 2-1 victory over them in April.
  • Forest are looking to win three consecutive matches at Molineux against Wolves.
  • Forest have gained 10 points from losing positions in the Championship this season, the best record of any team in the league.
  • Jordan Graham assisted twice in Wolves' 2-1 win at Rotherham - his only previous league assist was for Oxford at Accrington in October.
  • Forest have lost their last four away league games - another defeat at Molineux would be their worst away run since losing seven in a row in March 2010.