Kenny Jackett is likely to name an unchanged side against Rotherham as Wolves celebrate their promotion back to the Championship in front of their own fans.
Jackett’s men sealed an instant return to the second tier with a 2-0 win at Crewe and they could clinch the title this weekend.
James Henry and Matt Doherty returned to the bench last weekend after recovering from their respective injuries and they may have to be content with a place among the substitutes once more.
Wolves have won 14 of their last 17 games and need seven points from their last four to break the 100 barrier.
Rotherham boss Steve Evans has to decide whether to pick Lee Frecklington for the trip to champions-elect Wolves.
The influential midfielder has missed the last two games with a glute injury and the Millers have been below their best and not scored in either, taking just a solitary point.
He is now fully-fit and Evans must choose whether to throw him into the side or protect him ahead of the forthcoming play-off campaign.
Mark Bradley (knee) is the only absentee, but Evans is almost certain to make changes with the end-of-season showpiece in mind.