West Brom and Wolves lock horns for the second time this season when the two sides meet at The Hawthorns on Monday evening.
Both sides have won two of their last five games, but it's the Baggies who need the three points the most if they are to stand any realistic chance of avoiding the Premier League trap door and falling back into the Championship.
When the two sides met earlier in the season at Molineux, it was West Brom who took all three points, coming from 2-1 down to win 3-2.
What time is West Brom vs Wolves?
Kick-off at The Hawthorns is at 6pm on Monday evening.
It's one of two Premier League games being played tonight, the other being Burnley vs West Ham at 8.15pm.
West Brom vs Wolves TV channel
Sky Sports will be the place to watch tonight's Black Country derby.
Coverage begins at 5pm on both its Main Event and Premier League channels, with Burnley vs West Ham following on.
Sam Allardyce has a clean bill of health as he looks to do the double over Wolves.
The main decisions will come in terms of selection with Connor Gallagher and Semi Ajayi replacing Matt Philips and Dara O’Shea last weekend.
Robert Snodgrass has trained this week and could come into the line-up, but is more likely to be named on the bench.
Joao Moutinho could come back into the starting line-up if fit at the expense of Leander Dendoncker.
Nuno is keen to get some of the youngsters game time, but it’s unlikely to come here with bragging rights at stake.
Raul, Neto and Jonny remain the long term absentees.
Neither side will be back in action until Sunday, May 9 when Wolves host Brighton at 12pm and West Brom make the trip to Arsenal for a match that kicks off at 7pm.