Both sides come into the encounter on the back of FA Cup victories and will be looking to add onto them, especially after a not so appealing last English Premier League outing.
Everton lost 1-0 at home to West Ham United as Wolves were held to an enthralling 3-3 draw by Brighton and Hove Albion FC.
With only one win from their last seven in the top flight, Wolves have slipped to 13th place and now find themselves seven points adrift of the top six.
Carlo Ancelotti’s side are in seventh place on the log with 29 points, level with Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester City and Southampton but all the rest boast a better goal difference than Everton.
Here is all you need to know ahead of the Tuesday night encounter.
What time does Wolves vs Everton start?
The game kicks off at 11:15pm Kenyan time at the Molineux.
Wolves vs Everton team news
Raul Jimenez remains on the sidelines for Wolves and he is joined by attacker Daniel Podence who suffered a calf injury against Manchester United and will not be returning to action for at least another couple of weeks.
Rui Patricio was rested for the FA Cup win against Crystal Palace but is expected to return for Nuno Espirito’s charges for this midweek EPL encounter.
Richarlison and Dominic Calvert-Lewin will both come back in having been rested against Rotherham, and the latter will be hoping to avoid a sixth successive game without a goal.
Allan and Fabian Delph remain out injured for this game.
Wolves vs Everton head to head
Only 12 matches have been played between these two sides and Everton have a slight edge over their hosts having won 4 matches compared to Wolves 3 victories, including a 3-0 home win the last time they met on July 12 last year.
The remaining 5 matches have resulted in draws.
Wolves vs Everton current form
Aside from their FA Cup win, Wolves have only won once in their last league fixtures, a 2-1 win over Chelsea last December.
The visitors slipped against West Ham but before that they were on a remarkable run of form, winning four straight games.
Wolves vs Everton prediction
There has not been a barren draw in this fixture since 2012 and this one will not be any different. Both sides have enough quality in their sides to score goals.
Everton have been better in the top flight and despite Wolves home advantage, a draw could be the most possible outcome.