Wolverhampton Wanderers and Newcastle United will face each other in the Championship on Saturday evening.
When it comes to experienced, solid midfielders, teams in the top flight could do a lot worse than Wolves' Dave Edwards.
Wolves partook in an enthralling 4-4 draw with Fulham on Saturday as they picked up another vital point.
Wolverhampton Wanderers secured their first Championship win since September by defeating Queens Park Rangers 2-1 at Loftus Road.
Two new managers looking to get their clubs up the Championship table face off at Loftus Road on Thursday evening.
Wolves have been in awful form this season as they have slid down the Championship table as their problems intensify.
Wolves have been in awful form this season as their poor start is threatening to snowball into an awful season.
Above all other issues surrounding Wolverhampton Wanderers right now, Dave Edwards should be appointed as the new captain.
The 150th clash between these two sides takes place on Saturday lunchtime at Molineux.
Paul Lambert, Nigel Pearson and Tim Sherwood are currently the favourites for the job.
The one-time Rangers manager was eventually succeeded at Ibrox by Steven Gerrard.
The Celtic winger could start a huge game for Scotland tonight.
Arsenal loanee Danie Ceballos started as Spain beat Romania.
Leeds United have taken Eddie Nketiah on loan from Arsenal for the season, but he is yet to make his first league start.
The Whites ace's delivery helped his country claim a draw in Israel - some Leeds fans wondered why he doesn't do that as much for the Elland Road side.
Ryan Christie and James Maddison are shining at Celtic and Leicester City right now but they played together in Aberdeen's midfield two years ago.
Premier League powerhouses Liverpool reportedly want to sign goalkeeper Cakir from Super Lig outfit Trabzonspor.
Leeds United striker Patrick Bamford has netted four goals already this term for Marcelo Bielsa's side.
Sunderland midfielder George Dobson has made six appearances in total since being brought to the Stadium of Light.
Scottish Premiership powerhouses Rangers let Jordan Thompson walk out the door and join Blackpool - now he's starring for the Northern Ireland.