Official Boothen Roar Match Preview: Wolves v Stoke - FA Cup

Last updated : 29 January 2011 By Dan Buxton

The Potters travel to Wolves tomrorrow in their FA Cup 4th round with Stoke hoping to book a place in the last 16.

Stoke sit 10th in the Premier League and face a Wolves side who are second from bottom in the top flight but in decent form of late.

Stoke have a decent away record this season and have already beaten three Premier League sides away from home but have seven defeats. Wolves have five wins and five defeats in twelve league home games so far in 2010/11.

In the 74 matches between these sides at Wolves, the Potters have won 13, the hosts 42 and nineteen have been drawn. Last time the pair clashed at Molineux, on the opening day of this season,  the game ended in a 2-1 home win. Overall Wolves have won 64 times to the Potters 46 victories.

The Met Office report that there will be low level cloud, temperatures of a chilly 1 degrees celsius, moderate visibility and a 6mph wind

Prediction: City make a host of changes once again for the FA Cup and take the lead courtesy of John Carew before Wolves score either side of half time to take the lead. The Potters look set for a cup exit before a late, late equaliser from Jon Walters