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Wolves Eyeing Play-Off Position

Mick McCarthy goes into Wednesday nights Championship match with Colchester with the added incentive of seeing his Wolves side move into the play-off places should they win.

With the way other results went on Tuesday a victory would not only move Wolves back into the play-off places, but it would also close the gap on current leaders Watford, who themselves slipped to a surprise home defeat at the hands of Burnley.

McCarthy does have some injuries to contend with as Michael Kightly, Seyi Olofinjana and Jay Bothroyd are all doubtful after picking up injuries against West Brom last Sunday, however Andy Keogh and Freddie Eastwood will return.

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Date:Wednesday November 28 2007

Time: 12:07PM

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