Wolves and Birmingham City meet on Saturday (1 November, 12:15 GMT) in the first of this season's big West Midlands derbies.
It will also be new Blues boss Gary Rowett's first game in charge after he was appointed as Lee Clark's successor on Monday, with his new side desperate to bounce back from last weekend's club record 8-0 home defeat by Bournemouth.
Kenny Jackett's Wolves will go top of the Championship for a few hours at least if they avoid defeat at Molineux, so plenty is at stake.
And even if you cannot be at the game or listen to BBC WM's full match commentary, you can still follow all the action wherever you are with our special live text commentary on the BBC Sport website, at bbc.co.uk/birmingham and bbc.co.uk/wm.
Starting at 11:45 GMT, we'll be bringing you all the action as it unfolds, complete with analysis from BBC WM's big-match pundits, former Wolves striker Mel Eves and ex-Blues skipper Martin O'Connor.
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