Wolverhampton Wanderers will welcome Norwich City to Molineux this Sunday as the Midlands side look to give it one last go to get into the Europa Conference League for next season as the Canaries merely look to not face another hammering.
It's been another disastrous attempt for Norwich this season and they are bottom of the table with them having conceded 15 goals in their past five games, scored just two, and have been relegated for two weeks already. At the same time, Norwich haven't scored since their 3-2 loss to Manchester United in mid-April, as they have also conceded seven goals since - the club were hammered by West Ham United 4-0 and Leicester City 3-0.
Dean Smith will merely be looking for a bit of confidence and hope for next season towards the end of the campaign now, as they have two games and six points to play for to improve on the disastrous campaign that has seen them win only five times and lose 25 of the 36 games played. This has seen them concede 78 times and scored only 22, while also drawing six.
Norwich have not tasted victory since their win over Burnley at the start of April, just a game after taking a point from the Amex against Brighton & Hove Albion. Wolves are also playing for all six points in the final two games of the season at all costs, as West Ham are five points clear and a further 14 goals in the goals difference margin.
The club have to win both their games as a result, and with them facing off against the league's worst defence and most out-of-form side, they'll be hopeful of cutting the gap to two points ahead of the final weekend next week, as they see West Ham take on Manchester City at the London Stadium.
Wolves will be looking to get a few goals here, and anything but a convincing win will be disastrous for Wolves, and in reality, they are not in form after getting demolished by City 5-1 just a few days ago.