Wolves will be looking to extend their unbeaten run in the Championship to 14 games tomorrow when they welcome Nottingham Forest to Molineux.
Nuno Espirito Santo’s men boast a ten point lead at the top of the league, although they did drop two points against Barnsley last week.
As well as that, they suffered their first defeat since October in midweek, with a much-changed side falling to a 2-1 loss at Swansea in the FA Cup.
Nevertheless, they are strong favourites to overcome Aitor Karanka’s side in the Black Country tomorrow and EFL pundit David Prutton is one of those who expects a home win.
The former Forest midfielder, who is now an EFL pundit at Sky Sports went for a 2-1 Wolves win when writing his regular column.
It promises to be an extremely tough task for the Reds as Santo’s men have not lost a home game since August. Additionally, they’ve only dropped seven points at Molineux all season and comfortably have the best home record in the division.
What a difficult start Aitor Karanka has had to his Forest career. First Villa, then the hardest game of them all – Wolves away.
In a way, the pressure will be off his Reds side given how dominant Wolves have been and it may help.
However, the bookies odds suggest there will only be one winner, as does the form, so it’s easy to see why Prutton thinks his former side will come up short against the leaders tomorrow.
Thoughts, Wolves and Forest fans? What will the score be? Let us know in the comments below.