Wolves will be aiming to stretch their Premier League winning run to three games as Newcastle go to Molineux on Monday night.

Nuno Santo’s side picked up back to back 1-0 wins either side of the international break and three points in this one could lift Wolves into the Top Four.

Santo has no fresh injuries to deal with ahead of this clash but he could recall Ruben Neves and Adama Traore to the starting line-up.

Newcastle’s main injury concern is over midfielder Isaac Hayden with the former Arsenal man almost certain to miss out with a thigh problem.

Keeper Karl Darlow should be fit to start but Sean Longstaff, Matt Ritchie and Martin Dubravka are all still sidelined.

And kick off is set for 4.30pm tomorrow at Molineux.

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