QPR go in with the scores level at 1-1 at Loftus Road.
The Hoops have impressed and certainly had the better of the play, but Conor Washington's goal was swiftly cancelled out by a fine finish by Wolves' striker Leo Bonatini.
It's been a solid team effort so far, but who has been the stand-out performer in Ian Holloway's side?
Three stars - Jake Bidwell
The left-back has been excellent in both attack and defence for the Hoops.
He's looked comfortable going forward, getting into dangerous positions on the left, while also coping excellently against the pace and trickery of Ivan Cavaleiro.
Two stars - Jordan Cousins
A surprise name in the QPR line-up, but Cousins has justified his inclusion.
As well as possessing great ability on the ball, he's provided a much more physical presence on the right flank, giving Barry Douglas a real tussle for the ball, and acting as a target for raking diagonal balls from midfield.
He's also fulfilled his defensive duties excellent, tracking the runs from midfield.
One star - Jack Robinson
Robinson returned to the starting line-up today, and has shown so far exactly why he's been missed.
The defender has marked the Wolves forwards out of the game excellently thus far, and showed his ability on the ball with a number of excellent long passes out of defence.