One point and one place apart, Watford and Wolverhampton Wanderers couldn't be much closer in the Premier League. But the battle for seventh spot takes a back seat tomorrow as the two sides meet at Wembley with a place in the FA Cup final at stake.

What can the Hornets expect from Nuno Espirito Santo's men? The Express & Star's Wolves correspondent Joe Edwards gives an insight.

Watford and Wolves are heading to Wembley this weekend - how have Wolves got to this stage, have they had a tough ride to the semi finals?

Believe it or not, despite having beaten Liverpool and Manchester United en route to the semi-finals, Wolves’ toughest test was against League One Shrewsbury Town. Salop are managed by former Wolves skipper Sam Ricketts and almost shocked Nuno Espirito Santo’s charges in the fourth round. They were not overawed by Wolves, but, needing a replay, the top-flight quality eventually shone through.

Wolves have been one of the best performing teams outside the top six this season, what do you put their good form down to?

A set philosophy and a unified squad. Wolves, by and large, play the same no matter who the opponent is. It’s all about attractive football, with a solid base. Some of the lower teams in the Premier League, especially Huddersfield who have done the double over Wolves, have managed to stop them from playing, but most have struggled to cope with, in particular, the potent partnership of Raul Jimenez and Diogo Jota. They’ve been particularly instrumental in the past few months.

What kind of style of play can we expect to see from Nuno's side this weekend?

Passing, but not just for passing’s sake. They’re not a side scared to shoot as in Jota and Jimenez, they have two strikers who will gobble up a chance nine times out of 10. Joao Moutinho will look to pull the strings in midfield, as he has done so many times this term.

Watford Observer:

Watford obviously got the better of Wolves at Molineux earlier this season, will Nuno have that game in his thinking going into this one?

Watford’s performance and result that day set the wheels in motion for a change in system. That day, they were in a 3-4-3. As of the last several months though, they’ve looked more well-rounded in a 3-5-2. Wolves are a different prospect now, as I’m sure the Hornets are too.

Who are the biggest threats for Watford in Wolves' ranks and why?

Moutinho, Jota and Jimenez have been the three standouts as of late. Ruben Neves has been back on song over the past few weeks as well, while Leander Dendoncker has become one of the first names on the team sheet after barely featuring earlier in the season.

Who's likely to make the cut for Wolves on Sunday? What's your predicted XI?

John Ruddy will play in goal, as he has throughout the cup. (3-5-2) Ruddy; Bennett, Coady, Boly; Doherty, Dendoncker, Neves, Moutinho, Otto; Jota, Jimenez.

Watford Observer:

Are there any injury worries for Nuno to worry about?

Not that we’re aware of. Should have everyone to choose from.

Watford and Wolves have drawn plenty of comparisons this campaign given the fact both sides are pushing to finish 'best of the rest'. Do you see the comparison, and who do you expect to grab seventh spot?

I see a lot of similarities in both sides, such as having s lot of foreign talent but some steady British players too. I’ve got a sneaking suspicion Leicester night beat them both to seventh though.

What have you made of Watford from afar, do you think they have what it takes to win the FA Cup?

They have enough depth and variety up top to trouble Wolves and Roberto Pereyra is one of the most skilful stars outside the top six. They’re more than capable.

Your match prediction?

I’ve got to root for Wolves. 2-1 to Nuno’s side.