Blackburn vs Wolves Live Stream : Match Highlights, Team News and Line Up from Ewood

Not too long ago, 2012 in fact, Blackburn and Wolves was a Premier League fixture as they meet with the game a live streaming from Ewood Park today.

On Sunday however the pair will be the leading lights for the Championship as they do battle in the day’s only fixture.

Very little separates the pair in the table, with 8th place Wolves a place and two points ahead of their weekend hosts, however both will head into the clash in contrasting form.

Blackburn  v Wolves Match Highlights


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Wolves are unbeaten in their last five games having previously picked up just one point from a maximum 18 throughout November and the start of December.

Blackburn meanwhile have lost three of their last 5 and have won just two of their last nine.

A morale boosting victory over Charlton in the FA Cup will have raised spirits and it remains to be seen if manager Gary Bowyer recalls Corry Evans, Alex Baptiste, Grant Hanley, Josh King and Markus Olsson after the quintet all missed the clash.

Wolves v Blackburn team news

12 goal top scorer Rudy Gestede is set to be recalled while Chris Taylor will hope his match winning double against Charlton can see him kick on and score his first league goal of the season.

Leon Best could be also included in the Rovers squad after his season long-loan deal with Derby was cancelled. The 28-year-old made just three starts since joining the club in August and he will hope he can force his way into the side.

When the two met earlier in the season Wolves won 3-1 with Bakary Sako scoring a double.

However the in-form winger, the club’s top scorer with 7 goals, won’t be available as he is on duty with Mali at the African cup of nation’s tournament.

Nouha Dicko, also a scorer on that day will be tasked with scoring goals and leading the line in Sako’s absence while Kevin McDonald returns after serving a one-match suspension.

Trevor Keane

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.

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