Sky Live: Wolves v Fulham
Last Updated: 03/11/17 6:55pm
Sky Bet Championship leaders Wolves could be unchanged for the visit of Fulham, live on Sky Sports Football from 7pm on Friday.
Nuno Espirito Santo - who has been linked with Everton - saw his side win 2-0 at Norwich on Tuesday with Willy Boly scoring on his first appearance since August after injury.
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Barry Douglas and Ruben Neves are one booking away from suspension after collecting four cautions this season. Wolves are a point clear at the top after recovering from a 2-1 defeat at QPR on Saturday.
Fulham striker Aboubakar Kamara is available for the trip to Molineux. The 22-year-old Frenchman was sent off after an off-the-ball incident against Bristol City in midweek but the club successfully appealed the decision.
Oliver Norwood and Rui Fonte could be recalled after they were dropped to the bench for the 2-0 defeat by City, with both coming on at half-time. On-loan Liverpool winger Sheyi Ojo is still out following a dislocated shoulder and Chelsea loanee Lucas Piazon is recovering from a broken leg.
Wolves are unbeaten in their last 13 home games against Fulham in all competitions (W9 D4).
Fulham have conceded at least three goals in each of their last six matches against Wolves in all competitions, conceding 19 goals in total.
Leo Bonatini has been involved in at least one goal every league game for Wolves at Molinuex, scoring six and assisting three in seven matches.
Slavisa Jokanovic has never lost back to back away league matches in charge of Fulham - he last did so in the Championship while Watford boss in January 2015.
Wolves have lost their last four league matches on Friday, while Fulham have won their last four on Friday, including one this season away at QPR.
Wolves haven't won any of their last 13 league matches in November (D5 L8) since a 2-0 win over Tranmere Rovers in League One in November 2013.
Wolves are back on top of the table after a great win in midweek at Norwich, which was a great way to bounce back from losing at QPR on Saturday. There will be slip-ups in the Sky Bet Championship no doubt, but it's about how quickly you respond to them and Nuno's side did just that.
It should be a great game on Friday night between two sides that play great football, but you feel that little bit of extra quality that Wolves possess will see them through against Fulham.
Prutton predicts: 2-0 with Leo Bonatini to score first (30/1 with Sky Bet)