Kick-off: 17.00 (live @ Sky SportExtra)
On a final afternoon of nail-biting uncertainty one thing is definite - the winners of this one will be staying up. A point should be enough for Rovers. A draw might do for Wolves. Either could still survive even if they're beaten at the final hour. But a victory will make sure. It's a last-gasp shoot-out between Wolves' in-form attack, spearheaded by Steven Fletcher, and Blackburn's much improved defence, which has conceded just six goals in seven games. Wolves will need all their firepower if they are to register a third successive Premier League win for the first time. Three points would also give the Molineux club their first top-flight victory against Rovers since January 1965. Mick McCarthy's team are in this perilous position because their form against bottom six clubs has been poor. They have taken eight points from their relegation rivals and face a Blackburn side unbeaten in three. Rovers' fans were disgruntled last week that they failed to press home their advantage against Manchester United, but it could ultimately prove to be the point that saves them. The Lancashire club beat Wolves 3-0 in December and will no doubt be looking to replicate that scoreline on Sunday.