Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo has no fresh injury concerns for the trip to Wembley on Sunday to take on Watford. A place in the FA Cup final awaits for the winner and both sides head into the game in great form. Wolves have won three of their last five, including another famous success over Manchester United last time out.
Former Norwich City goalkeeper John Ruddy is set to start in goal, having started all of his side’s FA Cup ties so far this season. That means Rui Patricio will start on the bench, while Raul Jimenez is set to lead the line.
Wolves have only lost two of their past 14 matches in all competitions, winning eight and drawing four and they are on a six-match winning run at Wembley Stadium.