Wolves v Leicester takes center stage in the Premier League on Friday (Watch live, 3 p.m. ET on NBCSN and online via NBCSports.com) in a massive Midlands derby as two top four hopefuls collide.
This should be a lot of fun.
Nuno Espirito Santo’s exciting Wolves side currently sit six points off the top four heading into this game, while Brendan Rodgers are in third place and are 10 points ahead of fifth place.
Both teams are dreaming of qualifying for the UEFA Champions League as Leicester look certain to finish n the top four but a win for Wolves will not only keep their top four hopes alive but also cast a few doubts over the Foxes heading back to dine at European soccer’s top table.
A battle between two evenly-matched teams (just like the controversial 0-0 draw on the opening weekend was) stacked with exciting, young, attacking players will be one for the purists as Nuno and Rodgers lock horns under the lights at Molineux.
In team news Wolves make two changes with Dendoncker and Neto in for Mourinho and Traore.
Leicester City Are unchanged from the team which drew with Chelsea last time out.