Another vital Premier League game at both ends of the table sees West Ham United host Champions League chasing Wolves.
West Ham United were narrowly beaten at Arsenal before the break, conceding a late Alexandre Lacazette winner.
Prior to that they eased past Southampton 3-1, leaving them just outside of the relegation zone.
Wolves are unbeaten in four games, however were held to a frustrating draw at home by Brighton last time out.
Before that they recorded an impressive 3-2 win away at Tottenham, recovering from a goal down twice to beat a top four rival.
Premier League form: West Ham W1 D1 L3; Wolves W2 D3 L0
Premier League top scorers
West Ham – Sebastian Haller 7 goals
Wolves – Raul Jiminez 13 goals
Wolves eased to a 2-0 win earlier in the season, with Patrick Cutrone scoring his only Premier League goal in the victory.
Since Wolves returned to the top flight, they’ve a 100% record against West Ham, keeping three clean sheets in the wins.
Last five Premier League meetings
Wolves 2 West Ham 0 – 04/12/19
Wolves 3 West Ham 0 – 29/01/19
West Ham 0 Wolves 1 – 01/09/18
West Ham 2 Wolves 0 – 01/01/11
Wolves 1 West Ham 1 – 16/10/10
Angelo Ogbonna appears to be the only injury doubt for the Hammers here.
Jared Bowen is likely to continue in the XI, having made a decent impact following his January move.
Wolves should have a fully fit squad to choose from and their XI almost picks itself.
Raul Jiminez could be a doubt with his wife heavily pregnant, but little to suggest he won’t feature.
Expected starting XI’s
West Ham (4-3-3): Fabianski; Fredericks, Diop, Ogbonna, Cresswell; Rice, Noble, Soucek; Bowen, Haller, Antonio
Wolves (3-4-3): Patricio; Boly, Coady, Saiss; Doherty, Neves, Moutinho, Jonny; Traore, Jiminez, Jota
Result: Wolves (23/20 with Bet 365)
Correct Score: 1-2 (9/1 with Bet 365)
Anytime Goalscorer: Raul Jiminez (11/8 with Betfair)
Odds correct at time of article (17/06, 11:45), they are subject to change