After a vital victory on Saturday, can Wolverhampton Wanderers climb further clear of the relegation zone?
At the weekend, Wolves beat Nottingham Forest 1-0 at Molineux; Rúben Neves’ penalty the difference.
It was actually a tale of two penalties, with José Sá crucially saving a Forest spot-kick ten minutes from time.
So, delight for caretakers James Collins and Steve Davis, masterminding just Wolves’ second victory of the season.
Now, will the Wanderers win on the road for the first time since 13 March?
Crystal Palace meantime were involved in an uneventful goalless draw with Leicester; the less said about that one the better.
Patrick Vieira’s team have now lost just one of their last five, their only victory in this period coming against Leeds nine days ago.
The Eagles are actually just one point better off than their visitors, but will fancy their chances of victory at Selhurst Park?
Crystal Palace team news
Left-back Tyrick Mitchell hobbled off at the weekend, making him a doubt for this one.
This would probably see Jeffrey Schlupp fill in at full-back, with Michael Olise returning in midfield.
Palace have actually won their last three meetings with Wolves; Wilfried Zaha scoring in both victories last season.
Jean-Philippe Mateta, who converted a penalty at Molineux last year, could come in up front, displacing Odsonne Édouard.
Cheick Doucouré is one yellow card away from suspension.
Wolverhampton Wanderers team news
Nathan Collins will return at centre-back, making his first club appearance since 17 September, having served his three-match ban.
Rayan Aït-Nouri was substituted due to an injury against Forest so, if he’s not fit, Nélson Semedo will come in with Jonny switching to left-back.
Diego Costa is still building up his fitness, meaning he’s unlikely to start twice in four days, so Hee-chan Hwang or Gonçalo Guedes are likely to lead the line.
Raúl Jiménez is still out due to a hip problem; Saša Kalajdžić suffered a horrendous ACL injury 45 minutes into his debut.