Two new managers looking to get their clubs up the Championship table face off at Loftus Road on Thursday evening.
Ian Holloway and Paul Lambert are both experienced managers with big hurdles to overcome at their respective new clubs.
QPR are in need of stability after a turbulent few years, with Holloway seen as the man to get the fans back on side at Loftus Road. His first two games have been contrasting; a fine win over Norwich was followed by a disappointing defeat at Ipswich on Saturday.
The visitors go into this one without a win in nine league games. They have collected just three points from an available 27, a run which has seen them drop perilously close to the bottom three; Wolves will fall into the drop zone with a defeat this evening.
Queens Park Rangers manager Ian Holloway.
The Key Battle - Karl Henry vs Dave Edwards
Henry made over 250 appearances during his successful spell at Wolves, but this evening the experienced midfielder lines up against them hoping to prolong their winless run.
Edwards is the visitors' joint-top scorer this season with three goals and his impact will be crucial if they are to see results improve.
Wolverhampton Wanderers' David Edwards celebrates scoring their first goal with Cameron Borthwick-Jackson
The spoils were shared in January's meeting at Loftus Road, with Sebastien Polter's early strike cancelled out by James Henry's second half leveller.
Wolves just about have the historical edge, with 17 wins in this fixture to QPR's 14.
Recent league form – most recent last:
QPR - WLLDWL
Wolves - LLDLDL
Who’s the ref?
Tim Robinson has the whistle for this evening's fixture.
He has overseen 17 games so far this season - including Wolves' win at Newcastle - and has shown 83 yellow cards and three reds in the process.
General view outside Loftus Road
What time is kick off?
The game begins at 7.45pm.
Where can I watch it?
Sky Sports 1 are showing this clash, with coverage beginning at 7.30pm.
QPR - 6/4
Draw - 23/10
Wolves - 23/10