Wolves go in to the game having drawn 1-1 at home with Nottingham Forest on Friday, as Dexter Blackstock's late equaliser cancelled out Ethan Ebanks-Landell's opener.
Kenny Jackett's men have won just one of the last six games, and are looking to find a good run of form as they take on Leeds on Thursday.
The Whites have been consistently inconsistent under new manager Steve Evans, as from his nine games in charge, Leeds have won three, drawn three and lost three.
Both sides are searching for some consistency, and pundit Holloway has had his say on who will win at Molineux on Thursday evening.
Holloway has told Sky Sports that he thinks Wolves will beat Leeds 2-1, bringing an end to their five game run of home games without a win.
Holloway also pinpointed Wolves winger Jordan Graham as a key man, stating that he is 'a star in the making' having impressed in recent weeks.
"It's been five games without a win at home for Wolves, but they'll break that duck here. I saw enough of them on our first 10 in 10 game to make a conclusion that they'll have too much for Leeds," said Holloway. "I think Kenny Jackett has a good team there but he could just to with a bit of help from above. He needs a chance to add to the vibrant squad he's building."
"Jordan Graham mesmerised me on Thursday night in the 1-1 draw with Nottingham Forest with some of his wing-play - he's a star in the making. I've got a feeling Benik Afobe will be back in the starting line-up too on Thursday - that will only make them stronger. Plus, the crowd were magnificent the other night. They are sticking with their team and good on them," he added.
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