When these two teams last met at Molineux, on the final day of last season, they were among five clubs still threatened with relegation. Ten months on, Wolves and Blackburn are faced with a similar scenario, albeit Saturday's game is not do-or-die. Not quite, anyway. Wolves will be itching to put their 5-0 humiliation against Fulham behind them immediately. It was the second time in three Premier League matches the midlands club have shipped five goals, while Terry Connor’s men have not kept a clean sheet in the league since August 27 - a run of 24 matches. That heavy defeat saw Connor's side replace 17th-placed Rovers - who drew 1-1 at home to Aston Villa - in the drop zone on goal difference. Steve Kean's side have just one win from their last six, while they have triumphed only once away from home this term - at Manchester United.
• Blackburn have taken the fewest points in the head to head games between the bottom five teams (5) while Wolves have earned the joint-most (10).