Wolves v Sheffield Wednesday preview
Last Updated: 26/04/18 7:33pm
Champions Wolves will pass 100 points if they defeat Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday.
Ivan Cavaleiro has a hamstring strain while defender Ryan Bennett is a doubt with a knock. Danny Batth and Morgan Gibbs-White could feature having struggled for game time this year. Benik Afobe may also continue in attack ahead of Leo Bonatini.
Owls full-back Jack Hunt will miss the final two games after coming off against Reading with a knee injury. Keiren Westwood (groin), Joost van Aken (ankle), Morgan Fox (hamstring), Sam Hutchinson (hernia) and Gary Hooper (hip) remain on the sidelines.
Lucas Joao and Atdhe Nuhiu are pushing to start after making their comeback from injury off the bench in last weekend's 3-0 win over Reading. Wednesday cannot finish higher than 12th in the Sky Bet Championship.
Wolves have won five of their last six home league games against Sheffield Wednesday (L1) - however, that one defeat was in last season's clash.
The Owls have failed to score in seven of their last 10 league meetings with Wolves (W2 D2 L6).
Wolves have scored at least two goals in each of their last eight league games at home, netting 19 times and conceding just six (W6 D2).
Sheffield Wednesday have won three of their last four league games on the road (L1), as many as in their previous 18 in the Championship.
Ruben Neves has bagged four goals from outside the box in 2018, more than any other Championship player. In fact, only Coventry's Marc McNulty (5) has netted more from outside the box since the turn of the year.
Since returning to the side, Fernando Forestieri has bagged three goals in his last three starts for the Owls.