Wolves vs Brighton takes place in the Premier League on Saturday. Here is all you need to know ahead of the game, including TV details and team news.
Wolves enter the game 19th in the Premier League table, having picked up 10 points from their opening 13 games.
The biggest concern for the West Midlands side this term has been a lack of goals. They have found the net on just six occasions – fewer than any other team in the division.
They also remain without a permanent manager, with former Crewe boss Steve Davis having taken the interim reins since Bruno Lage’s sacking on October 3. However, as per BBC Sport, they are ‘increasingly confident’ of appointing ex-Sevilla manager Julen Lopetegui,
Having recorded just four points from their last seven games, Wolves need to find form to move away from the relegation zone.
Brighton, meanwhile, ended a run of five games without a win last weekend, when they defeated Chelsea 4-1 at the Amex Stadium.
Roberto De Zerbi’s side sit ninth – six points away from the top four places with a game in hand on fourth-placed Newcastle.
They will look to back the Chelsea victory up against a Wolves side that have picked up eight points at home this season – the joint third-worst tally in the division.
But how can you watch Wolves vs Brighton this weekend?
Is Wolves vs Brighton on TV? Is there a live stream?
No, Wolves vs Brighton is not on TV in the United Kingdom this weekend. The match at Molineux kicks off on Saturday at 3pm UK time, meaning it is ineligible to be televised due to broadcasting restrictions.
Highlights of the game will be available on Match of the Day, which commences at 10:30pm on BBC One and the BBC iPlayer.
For viewers in the US, Peacock Premium will have a live stream of the action, which can be accessed here. Your device must physically be located in the US in order to watch.
In Canada, the action is available on Fubo.TV. Again, your device must physically be located in Canada to watch.
Wolves vs Brighton: Team news
Wolves will be without Diego Costa after the striker was shown a straight red card for headbutting Ben Mee during the 1-1 draw against Brentford last Saturday.
Club-record signing Mateus Nunes will undergo a fitness test after suffering an injury during the Brentford clash. Raul Jimenez, meanwhile, is back in training and building towards a return.
Brighton will welcome back Danny Welbeck after he missed the 4-1 win over Chelsea through injury.
De Zerbi said: “Danny Welbeck is good. I don’t know if he starts, because the team that started against Chelsea did well.”
Joel Veltman is also close to a return from injury, but will be assessed before the game at Molineux. The Dutch international also missed the win over Chelsea.