Two teams at the opposite end of the table go head-to-head as eighth-placed Wolves host 16th placed Leeds at Molineux.
Wolves' push for the Champions League most likely took a knockout blow in the past few weeks, losing to rivals Arsenal and West Ham 2-1 and 1-0 respectively before a below-par 2-0 home defeat to Crystal Palace. Bruno Lage’s men have bounced back however with consecutive wins against Watford and Everton, keeping two more clean sheets for the men in old gold.
Leeds fans were put through the mill against Norwich last time out, where an equaliser by Kenny McLean in the 91st minute made it look like Leeds would unimaginably drop points to the Canaries. Raphinha showed his class to save the Whites, getting the vital assist for Gelhardt’s 94th-minute winner. This was the Brazilian's 12th goal involvement for Leeds this season, contributing to 38% of Leeds’ goals so far this campaign.
Raphinha’s assist was vital for Leeds on Sunday, and we reckon the Brazilian could get another one in the Black Country this weekend.