With just two points separating the sides ahead of kick-off, this promises to be a fiercely competitive clash.
Wolves have impressed many observers this season, but their recent home record is disappointing. Indeed, Nuno Espirito Santo's side have won just two of their last seven home matches in this competition.
Nevertheless, Wolves are bet365's 6/5 (2.20) favourites to take all three points from this one.
Willy Boly will miss out as he serves a suspension following his red card on Monday. Leander Dendocker could replace the big French defender at the heart of the home defence.
Jonny Evans and Daniel Amartey remain out for the Foxes, who have no fresh injury concerns.
A low-scoring clash?
There have been more than two goals scored in just two of Wolves' last 10 home league matches. Furthermore, there have been goals at both ends in just two of the last nine league matches at this venue.
There could be value, though, in backing goals when these two teams lock horns.
The Foxes have found the net in six of their last seven matches whilst Wolves have managed just one clean sheet in their last 15 fixtures in all competitions.
That is a record that will give Puel’s side hope of getting amongst the goals when they visit Molineux and as such, the 21/20 (2.05) quote from bet365 for both teams to score on Saturday could represent real value for punters.
Odds correct at time of writing. Please gamble responsibly.