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High flying Wolves will aim to be the Midlands kings this weekend when they take on neighbours Birmingham.
While Kenny Jackett’s side boast the best home record with 16 points accumulated from 7 games so far, Birmingham are having a season to forget compounded by their record 8-0 defeat to Bournemouth last time out.
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Despite their rival’s woes, the Wolves manager is unsympathetic to the Birmingham plight and he wants his players to pile on the misery.
We will be the favourites and we have to handle that. There’s no point in trying to turn it around and trying to make us the underdog – we’re the home side” The former Millwall manager told the Express and Star.
“It can perhaps build up in the media, but we have to concentrate on our own game and play to our potential. We must make sure we do ourselves justice this Saturday.
“We want to capitalise on our home form and to do that you have to perform and play well.
“We’re interested in our own performance level, our game-plan and achieving our maximum – every single player – making sure we’re cohesive in and out of possession and we operate as a unit.”
Wolves, third in the league, have not lost to Birmingham since 2010 and they will hope to continue that run. They may have to do without Bacary Sako. The in-form player requires a late fitness test and could be replaced by Leon Clarke.
Birmingham will have Gary Rowett in charge for the first time. The former Burton manager has replaced Lee Clarke as manager and he will hope he can make an instant impact at the club.
The new man’s only worry ahead of the game is who he picks to replace the suspended David Edgar.
Birmingham are second from bottom of the table after losing their three on the trot.