The home side are currently eighth in the table, five points behind seventh-placed West Ham United, while Norwich, who have already been relegated alongside Watford, are rock bottom of the division.
Wolves were in a top-six battle at the start of April, but a disappointing run of form has seen them lose four of their last five Premier League matches, picking up just a single point in the process.
Bruno Lage's team suffered a 5-1 home loss to Man City on Wednesday evening, which has left them in eighth position in the table, five points behind seventh-placed West Ham, so they are, for the moment, still in the running for a spot in the Europa Conference League.
Wolves can no longer finish in the top six, though, and they are only three points ahead of ninth-placed Brighton & Hove Albion, meaning that the out-of-form side could drop down the league before the end of the campaign.
Lage's side have only picked up 23 points from their 18 league matches at Molineux this season, with their away form stronger during the 2021-22 campaign, but they are unlikely to get much change from their final away fixture of the season at Liverpool on May 22.
A top-eight finish is far from disastrous for Wolves considering that they finished 13th last term, but a top-six spot was seemingly on offer this term due to the struggles of Manchester United, and they will be left wondering what might have been.
Norwich, meanwhile, were officially relegated to the Championship at the end of last month courtesy of their 2-0 defeat at Aston Villa.
The Canaries have lost twice more since that fixture, going down 4-0 at home to West Ham United last weekend before being beaten 3-0 at Leicester City on Wednesday night.
Dean Smith's side can still finish 19th, as Watford are just two points above them, but the club will again play Championship football next term, and it will be fascinating to see whether they can bounce straight back into the Premier League once again.
Norwich have the worst away form in the Premier League this season, picking up just nine points from their 18 matches, scoring just 10 times on their travels, so it is not too difficult to see why it has been such a struggle for them this term.
The Canaries played out a goalless draw with Wolves at Carrow Road earlier this season, but they lost 3-0 on their last trip to Molineux in February 2020.
As for Norwich, head coach Smith has revealed that he will have the same squad from the clash with Leicester, as the Canaries have not suffered any fresh issues.
Wolverhampton Wanderers possible starting lineup:
Sa; Jonny, Coady, Boly; Marcal, Dendoncker, Neves, Moutinho, Ait Nouri; Jimenez, Hee-chan
Norwich City possible starting lineup:
Gunn; Aarons, Hanley, Gibson, Giannoulis; Dowell, Rupp, Lees Melou, Gilmour, Rashica; Pukki
We say: Wolverhampton Wanderers 2-0 Norwich City
Norwich's last two performances have been concerning, and this is the perfect match for Wolves, as Lage's side attempt to pick up a morale-boosting three points. Wolves have also struggled in recent weeks, but they should have too much for the league's basement side here.
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