Mark Lawrenson questions 'over-run' Leeds United & makes Wolves scoreline prediction
Writing his weekly predictions piece for BBC Sport, pundit and broadcaster Mark Lawrenson tipped the hosts to secure a narrow 2-1 win.
Explaining his choice, the former Liverpool defender claimed: "Wolves have picked up a bit in the last couple of weeks, and have started to pose more of a threat going forward.
"But I think the key to this one is whether Leeds midfielder Kalvin Phillips is back from his calf injury. They are not a one-man team in terms of how they go at you, but he is their fulcrum - they are not the same without him holding things together in the middle.
"Phillips missed last weekend's game with Arsenal, and Leeds were over-run for long spells. Without him, I don't think they will keep Wolves at bay."
Meanwhile, Lawro's opponent for the week, Architects frontman and Man Utd fan Sam Carter, tipped a 2-2 draw, and argued: "Goals are usually a safe bet when Leeds are playing."
The last time the two sides met, back in October, Raul Jimenez's deflected second-half goal saw Wolves earn a 1-0 win at Elland Road.