Kenny Jackett’s side will host Derby at Molineux in what promises to be an exciting Championship game.
Wolves will head into the clash placed eighth in the league table with 62 points from 38 matches, just three points behind sixth-placed Brentford.
Meanwhile, Derby, who are chasing automatic promotion to the Premier League, are on 67 points in fifth, five points behind leaders Watford.
It promises to be exciting game at Molineux tonight, and Batth is confident that Wolves will emerge victorious.
“Derby is a big game and we’ve got to pick up as many points as we can now,” the 24-year-old centre-back told Wolves’ official website.
“It’s going to take a high total of points to get into the playoffs and we’ve got to be prepared for that. But we go into the game full of confidence and hopefully we can get the right result.”
Tonight’s game is really tough to call, and one should not surprised if it ends in a draw.
Wolves returned to winning ways on Tuesday when they got the better of Sheffield Wednesday at home.
Kenny Jackett’s side have won three of last four home matches, their last defeat at Molineux coming way back in early February.
Derby are going through a bad spell at the moment and have failed to win any of their last five games, losing three.
Moreover, the Rams have not won any of their last five away matches, losing two, their last victory on the road coming way back in late January.