Last Updated: Fri, 06 Apr 2012 08:47
Wolves are without midfielders Jamie O'Hara and Stephen Hunt as well as defender Jody Craddock for the clash with Stoke this weekend.
O'Hara has been ruled out for the rest of the season after undergoing surgery on a persistent groin injury, the recovery will take six to eight weeks and he will now miss his team's fight for Premier League survival as probably will Craddock, he will be out for five weeks after hamstring surgery.
Republic of Ireland international Hunt underwent groin surgery on Thursday and is expected back in training next week but will miss out this weekend for Terry Connor's men.
Karl Henry, Nenad Milijas and Dorus De Vries were among those involved in Tuesday's reserve game as Wolves played Chelsea,
Henry got a run out having come on in the closing stages of Saturday's defeat against Bolton at Molineux, which was his first action since damaging his hamstring at Fulham four weeks earlier. Milija?, who also came off the bench in the final stages on Saturday, faces a late test on his a calf injury.
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