The two sides have already played each other three times this season, all of which have come over the last month and a bit. Wolves beat Brentford on December 27 in a league fixture, Hwang Hee-chan scoring a brace in addition to Mario Lemina's opener and Jeanricer Bellegarde's effort.
They then clashed in the FA Cup and could not be separated in 90 minutes as the two drew 1-1 at the Gtech Community Stadium. Joao Gomes had been sent off after nine minutes and Neal Maupay gave the Bees the lead but Man City loanee Tommy Doyle scored a 64th minute equaliser.
An FA Cup replay would be played 11 days later and that would go to extra-time, in which Wolves would be victorious. Nathan Collins opened the scoring for Brentford but Nelson Semedo equalised, and then Nathan Fraser cancelled out Maupay's effort after restoring Brentford's lead. Matheus Cunha scored a penalty in the 110th minute and sent Wolves through, and they would go on to beat West Brom in the Black Country Derby.
Wolves have had Brentford's number this season and their unbeaten run against them stretches to six games. Brentford's last win against Wolves came in Septembr 2021 when Ivan Toney and Bryan Mbuemo were on target.
Wolves are on the search for a league double over Brentford and should they secure it, it would be the third time they had done so in their history. Brentford come in to the game having conceded in their last 12 matches and so Wolves should be on the scoresheet on Saturday.
As for team selection, Wolves don't have any fresh injury concerns but they could welcome back Hwang hee-Chan and Boubacar Traore from the Asia Cup and Africa Cup of Nations respectively. The finals are played over the next week and there is still some involvement from Brentford. Here's the latest injury and team news ahead of Saturday's match.