Wolves are forced to make two changes to their starting lineup to face Derby this afternoon following the sale of Matt Jarvis and an injury to Karl Henry.
Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Stale Solbakken has been forced to make two changes to his starting lineup to face Derby County today.
Winger Matt Jarvis was sold to West Ham United earlier in the week and will be replaced by David Davis, while skipper Karl Henry has failed to recover from an injury in time, giving a start to David Edwards.
Meanwhile, Derby make just the one change from their side that lost 2-0 to Bolton Wanderers on Tuesday, bringing in Will Hughes in favour of Nathan Tyson.
Wolves: Ikeme; Zubar, Berra, Johnson, S. Ward; Edwards, Davis, Doumbia, Peszko; K. Doyle, Ebanks-Blake
Derby: Fielding; Brayford, Roberts, O'Connor, Keogh; Bryson, Coutts, Hendricks, Hughes; J. Ward, Sammon
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