Tuesday night’s draw with Bristol City, a six-goal thriller which had everything, meant Nuno Espirito Santo’s men took four points from six available during back-to-back home games. Three points off the summit at this early stage, Wolves travel to the City Ground with an in form Diogo Jota, who has two goals in as many matches, and he could be key once again for Nuno’s men.
Nottingham Forest have enjoyed a strong start to the new campaign themselves and sit two points behind Wolves in 8th. Daryl Murphy earned Mark Warburton’s side three points at Sunderland on Tuesday night which saw them bounce back well from last weekend’s defeat at Sheffield Wednesday. Their only reverse on home soil so far was against Leeds United, with victories coming against Millwall and Middlesbrough at the City Ground.
Follow the Game
Supporters can follow the game via the usual methods on WolvesTV, social media and the official website. @Wolves will be tweeting the usual match updates on Twitter, while subscribers can listen to WolvesTV commentary and overseas users can watch the full 90 minutes live. There are also updates on Matchday Centre Live on the official website.
Around The Championship
Leeds travel to Millwall on Saturday and have not conceded since the opening day of the season. Cardiff City host Sheffield Wednesday, while Sheffield United take on Norwich City. Birmingham City welcome Preston North End and Bolton Wanderers make the trip to Portman Road to face Ipswich Town.
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