Full commentary, free stream and team news for Molineux clash

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Full commentary, free stream and team news for Molineux clash

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All the information you need to catch the Premier League fixture

In-form Wolves host Newcastle this evening with the Magpies needing a win to move away from the Premier League relegation zone.

Rafael Benitez’ side are only out of the bottom three on goal difference and will know their trip to Molineux won’t be easy.

Rafael Benitez’s Newcastle face Wolves this evening

Nuno Espirito Santo and co have won their last three top-flight games and earned a fine victory at Everton last weekend.

Wolves also claimed a win in the reverse fixture at St James’ Park in December with Matt Doherty’s 90th-minute goal securing the points.

Tonight’s fixture is live on talkSPORT and here’s how you can tune in.

Wolves vs Newcastle: How to listen

Full commentary of Wolves vs Newcastle will be live on talkSPORT, with our coverage beginning at 7pm.

Mark Saggers will bring you all the build up with Jim Proudfoot and Ray Houghton on commentary duty.

Click below or here for the live commentary stream.

You can also listen through the talkSPORT App, on DAB Digital Radio or on MW 1053 or 1089.

For more information about how to listen LIVE on talkSPORT click here.

Wolves vs Newcastle: Kick-off time

The Premier League clash will get underway at Molineux at 8pm on Monday, February 11.

Nuno Espirito Santo’s Wolves take on Newcastle tonight

Nuno Espirito Santo’s Wolves take on Newcastle tonight

Wolves vs Newcastle: Team news

Wolves have been on a training camp in Marbella to prepare for the visit of Newcastle.

Diogo Jota missed last Tuesday’s 3-2 FA Cup replay win over Shrewsbury with a knock but is expected to return.

Ruben Vinagre missed that game due to a virus but should also be available.

Benitez has decisions to make ahead of the trip to the West Midlands with Newcastle’s new record signing Miguel Almiron in line for his debut.

And the Toon’s injury list has also decreased with Karl Darlow, Paul Dummett, Mohamed Diame, Ki Sung-yueng and Joselu all fit again and Yoshinori Muto back from the Asian Cup.

Only keeper Rob Elliot and midfielder Jonjo Shelvey remain on the casualty list, although the latter is back in training and close to a return.

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