Wins have been hard to come by for Fulham of late in the Premier League and they face a stern test of their credentials when they welcome an upwardly-mobile Wolves to Craven Cottage on Monday.
Marco Silva's team have picked up just one point from the last 12 available and will be casting more than a nervous glance towards the relegation zone following upturns in form for the likes of Bournemouth and Luton Town.
Wolves have no such concerns, with Gary O'Neil's side having lost just one of their last seven top-flight games, a sequence that includes victories over Manchester City and Tottenham and another success on Monday would move them into the top half of the standings.
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There was plenty of doom and gloom surrounding Wolves following the departure of Julen Lopetegui on the eve of the new season, but former Bournemouth boss O'Neil has more than steadied the ship.
Wolves have picked up 15 points from their opening 12 games, a tally that could be even higher had it not been for some controversial refereeing decisions that have gone against them.
Fulham are only three points below Wolves in the standings, but they appear to be trending in the opposite direction after winning just two of their last 11 league games, with those victories coming against struggling Luton and Sheffield United.
Worryingly for the Londoners, they also have a poor recent record against Wolves, failing to win any of the last six meetings between the two sides (D3, L3).
Their last top-flight victory over their rivals came over 11 years ago, although that was an emphatic 5-0 success.
Wolves look the value bet at 2/1 to win this game, a result which would move them above both Chelsea and Brentford and into the top half of the standings.
Across his first two seasons with Wolves, South Korea international Hwang scored just eight league goals, but he has found the back of the next six times already this term, while also providing two assists.
Hwang was also a scorer for his country during the international break and has arguably become one of the most improved players in the Premier League.
As a whole Wolves have been scoring a lot more goals this season than in previous campaigns, with O'Neil's side having netted in all 13 of their matches across league and cup since drawing a blank at Manchester United on the opening weekend of the campaign.
Former RB Leipzig ace Hwang has been a big part of that, filling the void especially well since the injury picked up by fellow forward Pedro Neto in October, and the 27-year-old is to score anytime against Fulham.
Fulham full-back Antonee Robinson endured a difficult time of things against Aston Villa before the international break, scoring an own goal and picking up his fourth yellow card in the top-flight this season.
Robinson did recover from that setback to score twice for the United States during the international break, but he has been booked in his last three Premier League matches and may have his hands full against Wolves.
The 26-year-old is likely to be directly up against the in-form Hwang and fellow speedster Matheus Cunha on Monday evening and, with Nelson Semedo also expected to be bombing on from right-back, do not be surprised if Robinson's name ends up in the referee's notebook once again.
Fulham will be without the suspended Joao Palhinha for Monday's contest after he picked up his fifth yellow card of the season in the defeat at Villa, while Issa Diop, Adama Traore, Tyrese Francois and Rodrigo Muniz all remain sidelined.
Wolves will also have to make do without a suspended player in centre-back Criag Dawson, while the game will come too soon for Pedro Neto, who is progressing well on his comeback from a hamstring injury.
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