Writer: Stuart Smith
Date:Saturday May 5 2007
The Walkers Stadium
Wolverhampton Wanderers travel The Walkers Stadium on the cusp of achieving what was thought to be well beyond their grasp this season, a place in the play offs.
Leicester City will be without the services of young star Joe Mattock, having earned an England U17 call up, so Danny Tiatto may return.
Darren Kenton should be recovered from a hamstring pull, but captain Paddy Kenton looks set to miss out
Wolves old-boys have a habit of coming back to haunt them, and Newton was in outstanding form last week against Birmingham City.
Mick McCarthy has rested several players during eth week inclusing Gary Breen, Andy Keogh, Michael Kightly and Jay Bothroyd, but expects all to be fit in time for Sunday.
On his day, unplayable. The product of the Arsenal youth set up can turn a match in a moment, as he has done several times this season.
Another match winning display would see Wolves into the play offs.
Usually, we'd reserve this space for head to head results over the years, but none of that counts for a thing when the teams cross the white line at Sunday lunchtime.
There is only one match fact that counts this week.
A Wolves win guarantees a place in the play offs.
Mike Dean - one of the younger generation of ref's, highly regarded, with few blemishes on his record. Can occasionally be inconsistent, and has in eth past had a tendency to get card happy under pressure.
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Date:Saturday May 5 2007
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