Nuno Espirito Santo's side are within touching distance of a Europa League spot for next season and will be looking to take all three points as they hope to keep distance between themselves and eighth-placed Leicester City.
The Cottagers have already been relegated to the Championship, although a recent resurgence has seen them win three games in a row without conceding a goal.
Here, Sports Mole takes a look at how Wolves could line up when they face Fulham at Molineux on Saturday.
With no injury concerns or suspensions to deal with, it is likely that Wolves will stick with the same squad which convincingly beat Arsenal and Watford recently.
Conor Coady has been solid this season, having featured in all 36 league games. Matt Doherty also shares this feat, and he has been instrumental as the attacking full-back this term, providing a mix of defensive and offensive capabilities.
Wolves' midfield has also impressed this season, led by Joao Moutinho. The Portuguese midfielder has proved to be a bargain buy from Monaco, while compatriot Ruben Neves has continued his progress, providing the diverse passing range needed for their build-up play.
Diogo Jota has been in good form, having scored in both of his last two games. Meanwhile, strike partner Raul Jimenez has been Nuno's chief attacking option this season with 13 goals - a record for a Wolves player in a single Premier League season.
body check tags ::