And so onto the Amex, then.
Brighton can leapfrog Manchester United in seventh place in the table with a win tonight, but guessing which iteration of Roberto de Zerbi’s side will show up remains a fool’s errand.
In the past month, the Seagulls lost to Arsenal at the Emirates, were held to draws by Crystal Palace and West Ham away from home and were at their best in a 4-2 win at home over Tottenham.
They also put four past Stoke in the third round of the FA Cup.
Wolves, on the other hand, have been far more consistent of late.
Since losing 3-0 to West Ham on December 17, Gary O’Neil’s men have beaten Chelsea and Everton at home and put four past Brentford away.
Wolves have also had the better of Brentford in the FA Cup, albeit they needed a replay to book their place in the fourth round of the FA Cup.
A win tonight would see them move up to 10th in the table ahead of Newcastle.