Wolves have won their last two games against Brighton, despite only winning one of their previous 13 matches; they've never won three successive encounters.
Under 2.5 goals is 8/15.
Draw and both teams to score is 15/4.
Raúl Jiménez has actually never scored in four appearances against Brighton. The Mexican is 9/2 to break the deadlock and 7/4 to put that right.
Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Brighton & Hove Albion is the fixture in Premier League history to contain the most letters (41).
To date, four of their seven Premier League meetings have finished all square, so will there be a winner as they meet again?
For Wolves, recent results have derailed their aspirations of European qualification.
Last Sunday, Bruno Lage’s side put in another indifferent display, this time going down 1-0 at Turf Moor to Burnley.
This means Wolves have lost three of their last four, and six of their last nine, only beating Watford, Everton and Aston Villa since 20 February.
Despite this, the Wanderers are still eighth, just three points below West Ham who occupy the final European position.
Brighton & Hove Albion meanwhile are well on course to beat the club's best-ever top flight-finish of 13th, achieved in 1982 under Mike Bailey.
Last weekend, the Seagulls hosted South Coast neighbours Southampton, and raced into a 2-0 lead.
Danny Welbeck poked home Brighton's fastest-ever Premier League goal, clocked at 74 seconds, before a fluke own goal doubled their advantage.
However, the Saints fought back, scoring either side of half time, to leave Sussex by the Sea with a share of the spoils.
Nevertheless, this continues Brighton's decent form that saw them win away at both Arsenal and Tottenham earlier this month.
They've already accumulated eight points in April, compared to just nine points from games in January, February and March combined.
All of this leaves Graham Potter's team 11th and they could end the day ninth with a victory.
Will there be a winner at Molineux?
Wolverhampton Wanderers team news
Rúben Neves has missed Wolves' last three games, not featuring since 18 March, and is set to miss more games due to a knee problem.
As a result, Leander Dendoncker will continue as João Moutinho's midfield partner.
Nélson Semedo is fit again though, meaning Jonny will move over to left-wing-back with Rayan Aït-Nouri and Marçal.
Jonny has scored in back-to-back home games, against Leeds and Aston Villa.
To date, only one Wolves player has scored in three consecutive Premier League matches at Molineux, that being Henri Camara 18 years ago.
At centre-back, with Max Kilman injured, Romain Saïss and Willy Boly will continue either side of captain Conor Coady.
In attack, Raúl Jiménez and Fábio Silva started a match together for the very first time at Burnley, but this didn't really work.
So, Pedro Neto or Francisco Trincão could come in alongside Hee-chan Hwang and Jiménez; Daniel Podence has a foot injury.
Brighton & Hove Albion team news
Brighton's treatment room currently contains Tariq Lamptey, Tudor Băluță and Jakub Moder.
Better news is that Yves Bissouma is available again; he missed the last two games having been shown a tenth yellow card of the season against Tottenham.
He could join Enock Mwepu and Moisés Caicedo in midfield, the latter only making his Premier League debut at Arsenal earlier this month.
Danny Welbeck's goal last weekend should see him keep his place in attack, alongside Neal Maupay and Leandro Trossard.
The Belgian opened the scoring at both Arsenal and Spurs, taking his tally to 16 in the Premier League, just six of which have been away from home.
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