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Wolves will again be without James Henry when they take on fellow promotion hopefuls Brentford at Molineux.

The on-loan Millwall winger suffered a groin injury in the victory over Notts County last weekend and is set to be out until early December.

Goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey and striker Kevin Doyle are available after returning from international duty. Hennessey is in line to replace Carl Ikeme and make his first appearance for Wolves this season.

Winger Zeli Ismail made his return from a knee injury off the bench in Tuesday's FA Cup defeat by Oldham and could start for the first time in two months.

Brentford have doubts over two players ahead of the trip to leaders Wolves.

On-loan Cardiff winger Kadeem Harris limped off during last weekend's 5-0 win over Crewe after suffering a dead leg while midfielder Alan McCormack, who has been playing at right-back lately, suffered a foot injury.

Will Grigg came on for Harris just 24 hours after he was on Northern Ireland's bench in Turkey, while Shaleum Logan will step in for McCormack if he is ruled out.

But boss Uwe Rosler is hopeful the duo will be passed fit and has no other injury concerns as his in-form side go in search of a seventh straight win.

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