In a sentence: Middlesbrough in sixth host top of the table Wolves, who are sitting comfortably 20 points ahead of the Boro.
Last time: The last game at the Riverside Stadium between these sides ended as a 2-1 home thanks to a Gaston Ramirez double, while a Ben Gibson own goal gave Wolves their late consolation.
This time: Boro are 9/4 to win this one, while Wolves are 13/8 and the draw is 21/10. SkyBet Championship predictions can be tough, especially between teams at the top end of the table.
You might remember: A 2-0 home win for Boro in the Premier League back in November of 2003 when Middlesbrough could boast having players of the caliber of Gaizka Mendieta and Juninho on the field. The Spaniard and the little Brazilian magician were the goalscorers.