Wolves v Birmingham preview: Championship clash live on Sky Sports Football
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Last Updated: 15/04/18 11:27am
Wolves will host rivals Birmingham - live on Sky Sports Football - at a triumphant Molineux after sealing promotion to the Premier League.
Victory against Blues would have sealed it for the Championship leaders but they were able to celebrate on Saturday evening after Fulham conceded a last-gasp equaliser against Brentford.
Leo Bonatini is the one vying for a recall after Ivan Cavaleiro came back into the team against Derby. Benik Afobe has started the last two games without scoring so his place could be vulnerable.
Relegation-battling Birmingham remain desperate for Sam Gallagher to recover from the calf injury that has kept him out for the past month. Without the on-loan Southampton player, Blues boss Garry Monk has just one recognised striker in the shape of Lukas Jutkiewicz.
With Che Adams set to serve the final game of his ban, it could mean another out-of-position start for Jeremie Boga in attack. Midfielder Craig Gardner has resumed training and could feature on Sunday for Blues, who will go into the match still outside the relegation zone as Bolton and Barnsley face each other the previous day.
Wolves have won two of their last 10 home matches against the Blues in all competitions (D4 L4), losing 2-1 in the Championship last season.
Birmingham have only won two of their last 11 league meetings with Wolves (D3 L6).
There has been a red card in each of the last three Championship meetings between the teams, with all three for Birmingham (Harlee Dean, Paul Robinson and Jack Storer).
Birmingham have won just two of their last 15 league games in April (D6 L7).
Garry Monk is the seventh different manager to manage in this fixture since the start of 2016-17 (Walter Zenga, Gary Rowett, Paul Lambert, Gianfranco Zola, Nuno Espirito Santo, Steve Cotterill and Monk).
The Blues haven't won any of their 11 away league matches this season against sides currently in the top half (D3 L8).
If results go their way then Wolves will already be up by the time they return to Molineux on Sunday. One way or another they'll be booking their place in the Premier League soon.
Birmingham need a result to stave off the threat of relegation and they'll be watching on nervously on Saturday. They'll give it a good go but Wolves will have too much quality for them here.
David Prutton predicts: 3-1 with Ruben Neves to score first (60/1 with Sky Bet)