Terry Connor's side travel to the Britannia Stadium on a dismal run of five consecutive Premier League defeats while the Potters have only picked up two points from five games
Wilkinson, Huth, Shawcross, Wilson
Pennant, Whitehead, Palacios, Jerome
Stearman, Bassong, Johnson, Ward
Kightly, Milijas, Edwards, Jarvis
Potters boss Tony Pulis will be forced to make changes to the wide-left position after Matthew Etherington become a major doubt for selection, hobbling off of the field during last weekend's 2-0 defeat to Wigan Athletic.
This could mean that Cameron Jerome may retain his unfamiliar role on the wing.
With Jerome deputising in midfield, Ricardo Fuller could return to the starting line-up for the first time since completing a three-match ban, his substitute appearance in the game at the DW stadium his first since getting a red-card at Chelsea.
Wolves on the other hand have no immediate injury concerns coming into the game, with only long-term absentees Jody Craddock and John O'Hara unavailable for selection.
This could mean an unchanged side for Terry Connors men, but top-scorer Steven Fletcher could be paired with Kevin Doyle up front in place of Sylvan Ebanks-Blake, after the recent 3-2 defeat to Bolton.
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- If Wolves fall to a defeat in this game, it will be their sixth loss in a row and their worst run since the 1991-92 season.
- Goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey (pictured) is set to make his 150th league appearance for Wolves.
- If Stoke City score, it will be the 25th goal Wolves that will have conceded in their last 8 Premier League games.
- A win for the Potters will see them complete the double over their opponents after a 2-1 win back in December. A 2-1 home victory for Stoke over Wolves is 7/1 with Bet365.
- Tony Pulis' side also have the oldest average team age in the Premier League at 28.4. Wolves' average stands at 25.
- If Stoke fail to win, they will equal their longest winless streak since returning to the top-flight.