Date:Friday February 7 2014
Wolves face a Stevenage side battling for their lives at the foot of the League One table.
Wolves recent run of four consecutive victories have come against 4th placed Preston, 20th placed Bristol City, 15th placed Oldham and 13th placed Bradford.
The last time Wolves strung a run of five consecutive victories together was back during August and September.
With Wolves now two points behind Brentford and only one clear of Leyton Orient despite playing one game more, Wolves are desperate for the points to maintain the automatic promotion push.
"The players know how difficult the games are and how difficult Stevenage are, We had a real tough game at Oldham last week and I think this will be similar to that rather than Bradford where they sat off us for the majority of the game and the onus was on us to attack.' Jackett told Wolves Official Website.
Rock bottom of League One, they should be a side that we look to turn over, but having won two of their last three games they are now on a mini revival.
With the bottom five separated by just two points.
Jackett added: "It is a time in the season now where everyone can see clearly what they have got to do.
"Stevenage are a team fighting at the bottom and fighting very hard to get out of that bottom four.
"They had a great win against Gillingham in the week which puts pressure on the sides above them and they will be wanting to follow that up.
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Date:Friday February 7 2014
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