Wolves have a very impressive record against the top-six sides, out of a possible 15 points at Molineaux they have collected seven scoring seven and conceding eight.
They held Manchester City to a 1-1 draw back in August in a game that required a lot of defending with just 31% of the possession, however, they did manage to get off eight shots scoring with their only one on target and also forced five corners.
Their next game against a top-six side was against Tottenham at the beginning of October, they went 3-0 down and the game looked dead and buried but they fought back with ferocity and by the 79th minute had reduced the deficit to just one. This was a game I watched and they had Spurs under serious pressure in the final ten minutes and were unlucky not to scrape a draw.
Then they faced Chelsea on the 5th December and recorded a 2-1 win after going 1-0 down, they had less possession and were outplayed but they showed how well they can defend and how dangerous they are in attack, this one game epitomises exactly the sort of team Wolves are.
Just over two weeks later they hosted Liverpool and even though they lost 2-0 they gave a very good account of themselves, they attacked as much as the Reds did and can hold their heads up high despite losing.
And then there was their 2-1 win over Man Utd in April, their second 2-1 win in consecutive games over the Red Devils and on both occasions, they deserved those wins.
So, you can see for yourselves that when it comes to playing the top six at home Wolves are dangerous, very dangerous and we will have to be on top form to get a win this evening.
Liverpool and Tottenham have shown how to beat them and that is with attack-minded football, anything less and we are asking for trouble.