What Happened Last Time Out?
The last time the last two sides met, Wolverhampton Wanderers came away with the three points at Elland Road, with the only goal of the game coming in the second half from Raul Jimenez's deflected effort.
Leeds United felt hard done by in the end after they felt there should have been a red card to the goalscorer after he kicked out on Robin Koch in injury time.
Marcelo Bielsa said after the game that Leeds, "created enough chances" to establish a lead in the game, but Leeds will look to get revenge in the East Midlands on Friday evening.
Wolves looking to do the double
Nuno Espirito Santo's Wolves who have picked up 7 points from a possible 9 in their last three games, and will be looking to be the first team in the Premier League to do the double over Leeds this season.
Nuno will however be without Daniel Podence, Willy Boly, and goal scorer in the last game Raul Jimenez.
Diego Llorente and Mateusz Klich updates
The Whites will have Diego Llorente available again after being left on the sidelines since January following surgery on a distal fracture in his fibula.
Mateusz Klich is fit and available for Bielsa's side after he had a minor scare in training during the week.
Predicted Line Ups
The Wanderers will be looking not only to make it a double over Leeds United but to make it 2 wins out of 2 after beating Southampton on the south coast last time out.
Rui Patricio who put in a fine performance to give his side the 3 points against Southampton, will need to put in another against Leeds as he will most likely be given little respite tomorrow night.
Romain Saiss who has looked solid since coming in for Boly in recent weeks, will most likely continue to play on the left-hand side of a back three.
Adama Traore who was linked with Leeds in the January transfer window is expected start on the right for an injured Podence.
Lastly, the fresh signing Willian Jose will look to get his first goal for Wolves since joining them on loan from Real Sociedad till the end of the season. The Brazilian is still the chosen replacement for the injured Jimenez.
With Marcelo you know he doesn't like to change much so it is more than likely you won't see a drastic difference to the team that played against Arsenal.
Llorente will more than likely start from the bench having not played any minutes for over a month. Whereas, Jamie Shackleton will likely continue his stint playing right back with Luke Ayling filling in at centre-back.
However, if the game was to go sour as it did in London then Llorente could come in early to allow Ayling to play in his more natural position at right-back - giving the visitors more stability.
In midfield with the absence of Kalvin Phillips, Pascal Struijk will likely be playing in his position. The young Dutchman will be brimming with confidence after getting his first senior goal for the Whites against the Gunners last Sunday.
Bielsa will also still be without Rodrigo Moreno in midfield, which will see Stuart Dallas playing in his role.
Star-man, Raphinha, will be fit and ready for the trip to Molineux, giving Leeds a consistent attacking outlet.
Referee: David Coote