(differita @ Sky Calcio 4 h18.00, @ Sky Sport 3 h20.30)
St. James' Park
Newcastle will look to bounce back from their heaviest Barclays Premier League defeat in over four years. The 5-0 loss at Tottenham was their biggest loss since being beaten 6-0 by Manchester United at Old Trafford in January 2008. Alan Pardew's men are still gunning for a shock UEFA Champions League spot and could go fourth in the Premier League if Chelsea slip up at home to Bolton. Mick McCarthy's former assistant Terry Connor takes charge of crisis-club Wolves for the first time. The 49-year-old will be tasked with rallying the side that was badly beaten 5-1 by rivals West Brom last time out. Wolves face the prospect of going bottom if results go against them at the weekend and will be looking to build on a five-match unbeaten run on their travels.
• Newcastle have won their last three home games in a row; they haven't won won four on the trot since October 2007.
• Wolves have recouped 13 points from losing positions this season, the best record in the division.