The game pits two of the sides currently situated in the top-half of the table against each other, with Mark Warbuton's men eighth in the table while Wolves find themselves fourth in the table, three points off early leaders Leeds United.
Nuno Espirito Santo's men go into the game off the back of a run of one win in their last four Championship games, with their most recent game seeing them play out a dramatic 3-3 draw with Bristol City - with Danny Batth scoring an 85th minute equaliser at Molineux.
Meanwhile, Forest's form has also been slightly less convincing, with three defeats in the four Championship games going into their clash with Sunderland in midweek.
However, Daryl Murphy's late winner saw Forest get back on track, and Prutton has suggested that that result in conjunction with Wolves' draw in their most recent fixture makes it too difficult to separate the two teams.
"Things were starting to take a downward turn at Nottingham Forest until their late win at Sunderland in midweek, a result that would have hugely lifted the spirits of Mark Warburton and Co," he told Sky Sports while explaining why he expects the game to end in a 2-2 draw.
"It looked like Wolves may have walked the division at one stage, but their draw at home to Bristol City proved just how tough the Sky Bet Championship is, and I think they'll be held to another point here."
While the table is still taking shape, both managers will perhaps be using where their respective sides could go with a win to motivate their teams.
Wolves could potentially move themselves into the top two, while Forest will go above their opponents with a win, and potentially into the play-off places.