Wolverhampton Wanderers travel to Barnsley tonight looking for their sixth straight clean sheet.
Manager Mick McCarthy has no new injury concerns to worry about after Saturday's one-goal win over Preston North End but knows his team will be severely tested by Simon Davey's outfit.
Jody Craddock is likely to miss out again but could have recovered from his groin strain in time for this weekend while Michael Kightly's ankle needs more time.
McCarthy is not expected to make any changes and will probably resist giving summer signing Matt Jarvis a first start in Kightly's place on the wing.
The Yorkshire side will not only want to reverse last month's 1-0 defeat at Molineux but they are in fine form to do so having become the first team to hold Ipswich Town at home this season.
They also beat Championship leaders Watford in their last appearance on home turf and will be desperate to capitalise on the visitors' lack of fluidity in the last couple of games.
Although victories over Colchester United and North End have pushed Wolves to third in the table, McCarthy is aware his team are not playing to their maximum at the moment.
And for that reason they will have to be on their guard this evening: "We know Barnsley have got some good players from when we beat them a few weeks ago," McCarthy said.
"Simon Davey is doing a really good job and is building a good squad. We do not underestimate anyone but we know this will be an especially tough game."
If results go Wolves' way they could move into the automatic promotion places and could even go top if Watford lose heavily to Colchester and West Bromwich Albion slip up at home to beleaguered Coventry City.