Wolves have an excellent defensive record this season conceding an average of just 0.74 goals per game.
Games involving Wolves have averaged 1.65 goals and another low scoring affair is likely on Sunday.
Jimenez managed to open the scoring last weekend as he netted at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
The striker has just five league goals this term but he has scored twice in his last three appearances.
He will be confident of finding the back of the net against a Leicester side who have conceded an average of 1.86 goals per game.
Match preview: Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Leicester City
Wolves produced a huge win in their last outing as they defeated Spurs.
Bruno Lage's side won 2-0 in north London to move above the hosts.
They are now up into 7th place and are just six points off fourth place.
Wolves also have two games in hand over Man United.
The Midlands club return to north London in midweek when they face Arsenal.
Leicester throw away another lead
Leicester City once again threw away another lead as they were held to a draw with West Ham.
The Foxes have now lost the lead in their last three matches against Spurs, Brighton and the Hammers.
Brendan Rodgers' side looked set for three points, only for the east London club to score a late equaliser.
The draw leaves Leicester 11th in the Premier League.
They did however thrash Randers 4-1 on Thursday in the Europa Conference League.
Wolverhampton Wanderers team news
Joao Moutinho is set to just miss out on a return from injury against Leicester.
Wily Boly and Pedro Nero also remain sidelined.
Leicester City team news
Leicester will remain without several key players for the weekend’s clash.
Jamie Vardy, Timothy Castagne, Jonny Evans, James Justin, Wesley Fofana and Ryan Bertrand all remain sidelined.
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