Out of form pair Southampton and Wolves go toe to toe the second time in week as Nuno Santo’s side head down to the south coast tomorrow.
With just one win in their last five, Santo’s side have the edge in recent form, with Ralph Hasenhuttl’s team losing five on the run.
However, in a bizarre glitch in the fixture calendar these two faced off in FA Cup action in midweek with the Saints winning 2-0 at Molineux.
And whilst Hasenhuttl has no injuries to deal with from that, he is expected to recall his big guns for this one, with Alex McCarthy, Jack Stephens and Che Adams set to return.
As for Santo, his team also came through that game unscathed and he’s expected to ring the changes.
Key stars Rui Patricio, Conor Coady, Pedro Neto and Adama Traore were all rested for the cup and should straight back into the starting side.
And it’s an early Sunday morning start in this one with 12pm kick off at the St. Mary’s Stadium.