Sixth takes on tenth as Watford and Wolves meet at Vicarage Road on Boxing Day.
Both sides will be in good form heading into the game, Watford have won their last three games, after losing all of their previous four games while Wolves have picked up four points in their last two games.
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The Hornets are sweating on the fitness of Troy Deeney. The clubs top scorer is struggling with a dead leg and will need a fitness test before kick-off.
The club also have problems at the other end of the field with defender Gabriele Angella suspended and Joel Ekstrand (back) and Gabriel Tamas (cruciate) out injured.
Good news for Watford comes in the return of midfielder Gianni Munari following a minor hamstring problem.
Wolves head coach Kenny Jackett, a former Watford player, expects to pick from an unchanged squad for their trip to London. Nouha Dicko is line to start after showing no reaction to his second-half substitute outing in Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Brighton.
The forward has been out for the last two months with a hamstring problem. Jackett will be without the suspended Matt Doherty while Scott Golbourne remains sidelined with a foot injury and will not return until next month.
Watford have a poor recent record against Wolves. The club have won only one of the last four meetings. Their only win since 2008 was 2-1 at Vicarage Road in the Championship in November 2012 while the last time these two met was in March 2013 when the game finished 1-1.
However Wolves have lost three of their last four away games, winning the most recent one against Sheffield Wednesday. That win over Wednesday was their first since October.