Wolves v Sheffield Utd preview

Team news for Saturday afternoon's League One clash between Wolves and Sheffield United at Molineux.

Last Updated: 27/09/13 at 13:55

Kevin Doyle: Expected to feature

Kevin Doyle: Expected to feature

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Wolves are available to call upon fully-fit strike duo Kevin Doyle and Leigh Griffiths for the visit of Sheffield United.

Doyle missed last weekend's 1-0 derby victory at Shrewsbury while Griffiths started despite not being 100 per cent fit and was duly withdrawn shortly after the hour mark.

But head coach Kenny Jackett has confirmed the pair have trained and are both raring to go as Wanderers aim to continue their impressive start to the season.

However, midfielder David Davis misses out against the Blades as he serves a one-match suspension.

Sheffield United winger Jamie Murphy could make his first appearance since the end of August at Wolves.

The Scot (groin) has missed the last four matches, but is hoping to be included in the squad as the Blades bid to end a run of five straight league defeats.

Midfielder Callum McFadzean (ankle) will miss out, but recent signing Marlon King is expected to resume up front after making his debut in last week's home defeat to Preston.

Another recent arrival, winger Ryan Hall, is hoping to start again - he also made his debut last week - while defender/midfielder Conor Coady, on loan from Liverpool, and defender Sean McGinty are in contention.

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