Wolves travel to West Brom looking to overturn a one goal defecit and secure a play off final place.
Can youth,hard work and perserverance overcome the experience and swagger of Albions established squad members?
'Anything can happen in the next ninety minutes.'
West Brom Team News:
Tony Mowbray's side came through Sundays first leg relatively unscathed. There are minor concerns over Richard Chaplow's back, and Neil Clement is available following his four match suspension.
Player to watch: Kevin Phillips
The Punisher. As shown on Sunday, give him an inch, and he'll frequently find the net. Wolves simply have to find a way of nullifying the attacking threat posed by Phillips
Wolves Team News:
Mick McCarthy has no fresh worries ahead of Wolves biggest game for years. Wayne Hennessey will continue to deputise for the injured Matt Murray, and any other changes to the side that narrowly lost out at Molineux will be purely by choice
Player to watch: Michael Kightly
Kights needs to be on fire, running the Albion back four ragged, but more importantly, on target to keep testing Dean Kiely until he breaks.
Match Facts & Stats
Its 1-0 to the Albion, 90 minutes to play for a place in the richest single game in history.
Does anyone need any more match facts and stats than that ?
Mark Halsey '....the players' reactions from both sides put a little bit of doubt in my mind. I thought 'Have I got this decision correct'? Worrying