Manager Paddy McCarthy has named strong starting lineup, with forward Rob Street, midfielder Malachi Boateng and defender Jude Russell all having experience at Under-23 level.
But for supporters, the name which stands out most in McCarthy's XI is Brandon Pierrick, with the talented forward having featured competitively for Roy Hodgson's first-team twice in recent weeks. Called-up amidst the club's injury crisis, Pierrick was fielded against Norwich City on New Year's Day and earned a start against Derby County in the recent FA Cup clash.
Against the Canaries, Pierrick became the club's second-youngest Premier League debutant.
Elsewhere, goalscorers from the last round of the FA Youth Cup Boateng, Street and Brandon Aveiro all retain their places as McCarthy names an XI well-equipped offensively.
In addition to TQ Addy as an attacking threat on the wing, the Palace manager also has John-Kymani Gordon and Josh Ajayi as striking options from the bench.
Wolves: Young, Abbey, Estrada, Marques, Richards, Bueno, Corbeaunu, Parker, Carty, Cundle, Campbell.
Subs: Hoonett, Smith, Sangare, Harkin, Kanoola, Birtwistle, Hesketh.
Palace: Jacob Russell, Thisleton, Adaramola, M.Boateng, Jude Russell, Chamberlin-Gayle, Steele, Aveiro, Addy, Street, Pierrick.
Subs: Whitworth, Wright, Siddik, Smith, Mooney, Ajayi, Gordon.
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