Wolves v Leicester City live stream, Sky Sports, Sunday 7 February, 2pm GMT
Leicester will be looking to stay in touch with the top of the Premier League table by beating Wolves on Sunday.
Brendan Rodgers’ side remain five points adrift of first place following their comfortable 2-0 triumph over Fulham (opens in new tab) in midweek. Leicester (opens in new tab) may have been beaten by Leeds (opens in new tab) last Sunday, but that was the only defeat they have suffered in their last nine Premier League games.
The Foxes are having another fantastic season and will fancy their chances of holding on for a top-four finish this time around, having fallen away in the second half of last term.
Wolves (opens in new tab) ended an eight-match winless run on Tuesday as they beat Arsenal (opens in new tab) 2-1. The Gunners can consider themselves unfortunate to have lost that game, but Nuno Espirito Santo was delighted to bring the winning feeling back to Molineux. Wolves will now be looking to maintain that momentum with another victory here.
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Jamie Vardy could return to the side after his hernia operation, but Kelechi Iheanacho led the line well against Fulham and will be disappointed to drop out.
Wesley Fofana, Dennis Praet, Wes Morgan and Timothy Castagne are all sidelined, but Wilfred Ndidi is expected to be back from a thigh injury. The Nigerian will go straight into the team alongside Youri Tielemans in the centre of the park.
Wolves hope to have Romain Saiss available again following a knock, but he is more likely to begin this game on the bench than on the pitch. Rayan Ait Nouri is definitely out, as are Fernando Marcal and Jonny Otto.
Nuno has said he is hopeful that Raul Jimenez will play again this season, but Sunday’s game at Molineux will be too soon for the Mexican to make his comeback. Wolves could stick with the same starting XI that began the victory over Arsenal, with Daniel Podence, Pedro Neto and Adama Traore providing the ammunition for lone striker Willian Jose.
Kick-off is at 2pm GMT and the game is being shown on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League in the UK. See below for watching details where you are.
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