Wolverhampton Wanderers bring the curtain down on the latest round of Premier League matches on Monday evening when they entertain Newcastle United at Molineux, with two men being in line to return for them, according to BBC Sport.
Wolves were last seen in action in the FA Cup, when they got the better of League One side Shrewsbury Town to set up a clash with Bristol City at the weekend, but before they think about that match they must take on Rafael Benitez’s men.
Wanderers are making good strides in the Premier League, and can move four points clear of the chasing pack in seventh place should they win this match, which would represent outstanding progress for them in their first campaign back in the top flight.
Wolves eventually came past Shrewsbury 3-2 last Tuesday, but they had to do without Diogo Jota and Ruben Vinagre for that contest, as the pair went into the evening carrying injuries.
Nuno Santo Espirito will be able to call upon his Wanderers pair for the clash with the Magpies, although whether both start the encounter remains to be seen.
The Wolves boss chose to rest a number of his stars for the cup tie with the Shrews, but he is set to recall all those who were given the evening off, or who came from the bench to feature.
That means that the likes of Rui Patricio and Raul Jimenez will come back into the side for the crunch Premier League clash against strugglers Newcastle.
Wolves have been in very good form of late, with their latest outing in the Premier League seeing them go to Everton and pick up all three points.
Wanderers will be looking to do that in front of their own fans on Monday evening, and set up a wonderfully exciting conclusion to the campaign for the Molineux faithful.