Wolves' vivacious wolves against the Big Boys of the Premier League this season brought them the best airplay in the third round of the FA Cup against Liverpool.
The collision between Molineux and the Reds will be broadcast live on BBC1 on Monday, January 7th (19:45).
This season, the Wolves have impressed against the top teams in the league. They defeated Chelsea and scored points ahead of Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal and Everton.
This is one of the reasons why the BBC hand-picked the game for live viewing and why both Sky Sports and BT Sport are encouraged to host more games in 2019.
Last season, fierce rival Albion Liverpool beat Liverpool in the FA Cup. Will Wolves be another miserable night for Jürgen Klopp's men?
If they distance themselves from the runner-up Premier League team, they will opt for the fourth round, which will also be drawn live from Molineux.
Last night's win over Chelsea helped to end five games without a win.
And it seems that the men of Nuno Espirito Santo are actually a better team than the division's stronger teams.
The Wolves had saved a close draw against Tottenham Hotspur in the last round. They have also proven to be excellent against the Manchester clubs and in the Emirates.
However, fans should be aware that if the draw goal and a replay is played at Rotherham's Anfield or Manchester City, the Wolves Premier League's meeting at Etihad Stadium will be brought forward to Sunday, January 13.
The trip to Manchester is currently scheduled for Monday, January 14th. Therefore, fans are strongly advised to postpone travel planning and accommodation for the game.
Wolverhampton Wanderers are reportedly getting closer to securing the signing of the Japanese Shoya Nakajima in Portugal.
The 24-year-old has encountered the radar of several Premier League clubs this season after scoring five goals for Portuguese top teamman Portimonense last season.
Leicester City and Southampton have closely watched Nakajima, who also has four assists in his name, and watched him in action.
It is said that wolves lead the race for the signing of the midfielder, and according to A Bola, the negotiations are in the final stages.
Nakajima has an exemption clause of £ 35 million, but the Wolves are confident that they can catch him for less, because Portimonense has to raise money.
Nakajima, who had previously gone on loan to Portimonense from FC Tokyo, was beheaded six times by Japan, scoring twice, including a recent victory over Kyrgyzstan.
Wolves currently have Helder Costa, Diogo Jota, Adama Traore, Ivan Cavaleiro and Morgan Gibbs-White as options
Meanwhile, Micky Diagne, the Kasimpasa striker, has reportedly voiced his wish to play in England on the Wolves transfer list.
The 27-year-old was in the last weeks before the transfer window associated with wolves, which is reopened in less than a month.
Reports from the ESPN have alleged that the Molineux Club met with representatives from Diagne to discuss a planned change – and further talks are planned at the end of November.
Wolves want to increase their firepower next month to compete with Raul Jimenez.
The Mexican striker has started every Premier League game this season. Although he has provided four assists for his teammates, his return from four means the wolves want to improve their options in advance.
Diagne, who scored an unbelievable 16 goals in only 14 games this season, could take the bill.
And about the speculations about his future, the Kasimpasa spoke forwards said, "It's too early to talk. I would like to play for a great club.
"In Europe or in Turkey, I would like to play in England, Germany or Spain, we will discuss that later."
"First, I have to continue my great form."
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Diagne has scored 28 goals in 30 games since joining Turkey's Super League team Kasimpasa from the Hungarian team Ujpest Dozsa in January.
He was closely associated with Leeds United in the summer and it is alleged that work permit issues could have been solved after he applied for an EU passport.
The Senegal international spent this early career in Italy at Brandizzo and Bra, before moving to Juventus, where he had no influence.
He was sent on several loans and was successful at Ujpest, where he scored eleven goals in his ten games.
Reports in Turkey indicate that Kasimpasa will demand around 17 million pounds for the sale after his rich form at the gate.