If Wolverhampton Wanderers wins their match at Molineux on Thursday, they will have the opportunity to pass Manchester United in the Premier League standings.
The hosts, who lost 1-0 in a contentious match at Old Trafford in August of last year, will be out for retribution against the Red Devils.
Wolves defeated rivals West Bromwich Albion 2-0 on Sunday to extend their winning streak across all competitions to seven games. However, crowd unrest at The Hawthorns overshadowed the Black County derby.
After Pedro Neto’s first-half goal, Matheus Cunha scored in the 78th minute, but unpleasant situations in one area of the field prompted the match to be stopped for around 38 minutes. A number of players, including Kyle Bartley of West Brom, who had stepped in to get his daughter out of the stand, were brought off the pitch.