The first of the big-name Premiership teams visits Molineux this season as Chelsea take on Wolves on Saturday. The match is a full sellout of over 29,000 as Chelsea have taken their full ticket allocation, and it will mark the biggest crowd at Molineux since a FA Cup replay with Middlesbrough drew over 40,000 in 1981. This is also the Saturday noontime match, live on Sky in England at 12:30. For those in the US, the match is on live on FSW at 7:30, Eastern. It's also on tape-delay on Fox Sports Espanol at 2pm. Wolves have yet to win this season, while Chelsea have not lost in the Premiership, and are coming off a Champions League win, 1-0 over Sparta Prague on Tuesday. The BBC doesn't have team information up yet, but there shouldn't be any major changes for Wolves. Matt Murray says that he is ready to go, but there has been no indication one way or another yet if he will be the starter in goal. After Mark Kennedy came back last week, it spurred on Kenny Miller, who will start training this week, and could make his season debut as early as a week from Saturday, at Bolton. (Wolves play their fist Carling Cup match against Darlington on Tuesday, so that's probably a bit too soon to see Miller.) In the "yet another distraction" department, media reports, denied at this point by Wolves, say that England U-19 coach Stuart Baxter is to become Wolves no. 2. Dave Jones' first choice in the matter is actually Brian Kidd, who is still being compensated by Leeds after his dismissal in May. Kidd apparently will not entertain the job offer while he is still being paid by Leeds, so, this will probably go on for a while longer. In any event, back to the match at hand. Matt Messias, in his 3rd Premiership match this season, is the referee. Prediction: The Carling Cup match with Darlington on Tuesday might be just what Wolves need to get on track this season. Unfortunately, they have to play Chelsea first. The skid continues, 1-0 to Chelsea.