Wolves and Aston Villa meet each other in Match day 31 on Saturday afternoon at maracana Stadium.
Both teams had a great campaigns full of ups and downs through out the entire season.
They sit right next to each other in the top half of the standings. Wolves are, however, in a much better position being ten points above ninth-placed Villa.
The hosts could even earn a chance to represent England in European competitions next season with an eventual strong finish to the campaign.
Bruno Lage’s men had a very disappointing end to their two win streak by losing 2-3 at home to strugglers Leeds United two weeks ago at Molineux Stadium.
Wolves had a two goal lead at the half time against the Peacocks, but their talisman Raul Jimenez got sent off after a careless challenge on the rivals’ goalkeeper after the break to allow the Peacocks to complete a big comeback by scoring three second-half goals on the occasion.
Wolves will be without Jimenez here but more importantly they have revealed plenty of defensive holes in the previous match.
Aston Villa have some great attacking potential with the likes of Ollie Watkins, Danny Ings, Philippe Coutinho, Emiliano Buendia.
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