Brighton come into this one in dreadful form with only 1 win in their last 14 league games, their last win coming away at Villa Park on the 21st November.
Wolves have only 1 win in 6 themselves and Nuno's men will be looking to get back to their old selves, starting with a win on Saturday.
Both sides suffered unfortunate defeats last time out, Brighton losing at home to Arsenal whilst visitors Wolves lost away late on to Manchester United in a close fought game at Old Trafford.
KICK OFF TIME:
5:30pm at the AMEX stadium, Live on Sky sports (Main event + Premier League)
Brighton will again be without full-back Tariq Lamptey because of a hamstring problem. The Seagulls will monitor the fitness of Adam Lallana, Danny Welbeck and Aaron Connolly as they seek a rare home league victory.
Raul Jimenez and Jonny are long-term injury absentees for Wolves, while the encounter is expected to come too soon for Willy Boly and Leander Dendoncker. Daniel Podence, who featured as a substitute at Manchester United, may earn a recall to the starting line-up.
I think Brighton are in deep trouble and will still be in a relegation battle come the end of the season. A change of manager might save them, but I don't think that will happen and their current side is not good enough to see a climb up the table. They have no real match winners at Premier league level.
Wolves are too good to carry on this dodgy run of form, I think they will record a comfortable win in this one.
BRIGHTON 0 WOLVES 2