Champions League football chasers Wolves entertain relegation-battlers Norwich City in the Premier League on Sunday.
Daniel Farke’s men go into this weekend’s game hoping to end a six-match winless streak on the road, while Wolves have now gone three home league games without registering a victory.
Read on for our preview of Wolves vs Norwich City, including predictions, team news and TV coverage information.
When is Wolves vs Norwich City and where can I watch live?
Competition: Premier League
Date: Sunday, 23 February 2020
Kick-off: 2:00 PM (UK time)
TV coverage (UK): N/A
Last five meetings: Wolves vs Norwich City
21 Dec 2019: Norwich City 1-2 Wolves (Premier League)
21 Feb 2018: Wolves 2-2 Norwich City (Championship)
31 Oct 2017: Norwich City 0-2 Wolves (Championship)
21 Jan 2017: Norwich City 3-1 Wolves (Championship)
01 Oct 2016: Wolves 1-2 Norwich City (Championship)
Aggregate Score: Wolves (WDWLL) 8-8 Norwich City (LDLWW)
Ones to watch
Wolves: Adama Traoré
The moment Adama Traoré came on against Leicester City on matchday 26, it seemed as if Wolves got a second wind, but his presence wasn’t enough for Espirito Santo’s side to claim all three points. Nevertheless, he’s arguably the most improved player in this season’s Premier League and will no doubt give Norwich’s full-backs something to think about.
Key stat: Adama Traoré has completed the most take-ons (135) in the Premier League.
Norwich City: Emiliano Buendía
With each passing weekend it feels more and more that Norwich will be making a swift return to the Championship, but to say their football doesn’t belong in England‘s top division would be unfair.
Emiliano Buendía, no matter what happens, will likely be playing at the highest level next season. In the race for this season’s playmaker award, only Kevin De Bruyne (16) and Trent Alexander-Arnold (10) have created more goals than him (7).
Key stat: Only Kevin De Bruyne (94) has created more chances in the Premier League this season than Emiliano Buendía (69).
— Wolves (@Wolves) February 23, 2020
🚨 TEAM NEWS 🚨
◾ Godfrey and Lewis return to starting XI
◾ Stiepermann and Idah named on the bench#WOLNOR
— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) February 23, 2020
Chelsea, Spurs and Liverpool have been the only teams to leave Wolves with all three points this season. Chances of Norwich joining that exclusive group, when you factor in their recent form, seem an outside shot at best.