2021-22 Season - September - December 2021


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Premier League / Fizzy pop cup Season 2021-2 August-December 2021  January-May 2022

20 Tuesday December 28 Arsenal v Wolves 12:30 Amazon

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19 Sunday December 26 Boxing Day Wolves v Watford 12:30 not on tv

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18  Sunday December 19 Wolves v Chelski 2pm changed for Club World Cup not pon tv

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17  Wednesday December 15 Brighton & Hove Albion v Wolves 19:30 BT Sport

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16  Saturday December 11 Manchester City v Wolves 12:30 BTSport

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15  Saturday December 4   Wolves v  Liverpool 

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14 Wednesday December 1   Wolves v Burnley Amazon Prime

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13 Saturday November 27 Norwich City v Wolves D0-0

Saturday 27th November  13 Norwich City 0 Wolves 0

HT 0-0

P13 W6 D2 L5 Pts 20 GD 0 Pos 6

Report  https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/59356974

"highlight" https://www.skysports.com/premier-league-highlights/video/36504/12480542/smiths-unbeaten-start-continues

Interview Lage https://tv.wolves.co.uk/player?feedId=81e4f698-9dbf-4e6f-b6a1-18963bf6539b&sectionId=c75e43be-715a-427d-9691-e291e47ba02f&entryId=0_caizb4p6

By Mike Henson Beeb Sport

We 'can be more aggressive' in the final third - Bruno Lage

Toothless Wolves face up to tough run Wolves' hopes of mounting a serious challenge for a Champions League spot have grown after a similarly slow start to the season. They had won five of their previous seven games and another victory would have moved them to within a point of fourth-placed West Ham. But, just when they needed to assert themselves with urgency after the break, they fell away. They rarely threatened Norwich in attack and their pressing game out of possession seemed to run short of steam. The visitors were limited to occasional raids forward on the counter, with their best opening coming courtesy of Norwich defender Grant Hanley's undercooked backpass to goalkeeper Tim Krul. They have another eight games over the next 37 days, including meetings with Liverpool, Manchester City and Chelsea before Christmas.  Their failure to pick up maximum points in East Anglia might be most keenly felt in the midst of that hectic, high-profile run..


12 Saturday November 20  Wolves v West Ham United W1-0

Wolverhampton Wanderers 1 Jiménez (58') (Assist Podence 58')

West Ham United 0

HT 0-0

P12 W6 D1 L5 GF 12 GD 0 Pts 19 Pos 6

Hilites: https://www.skysports.com/premier-league-highlights/video/36504/12473716/jimenez-seals-wolves-win-over-west-ham

Report: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/59271456 By Matthew Howarth BBC Sport

Interview: https://tv.wolves.co.uk/player?feedId=81e4f698-9dbf-4e6f-b6a1-18963bf6539b&sectionId=c75e43be-715a-427d-9691-e291e47ba02f&entryId=0_6xhjfql0

Raul Jimenez: Code Red - watch new BBC iPlayer documentary  https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/p0b4qnry/raul-jimenez-code-red


Raul Jimenez's third goal of the season earned Wolves a third straight home win in the league

Raul Jimenez says he "knew from the first moment" he would recover from a "difficult part of his life" after scoring the only goal in Wolves' win over West Ham on Saturday.  Striker Jimenez, who spent eight months on the sidelines after fracturing his skull in a league game at Arsenal last season, swept Daniel Podence's cut-back into the corner from the edge of the box to lift Bruno Lage's side up to sixth in the table - and end the Hammers' four-game winning run in the Premier League. "I knew I'd be back, and I'm here," said the 30-year-old. "I'm enjoying what I'm doing with the team and the club. I'm really happy to be back."


21-11-20 South Bank sings Si Senor by Wayne Devaney Berlin WolvesInternational break 8th - 16th November


11 Saturday November 6 Crystal Palace   v Wolves L2-0

  11 Crystal Palace 2 Zaha (61'), Gallagher (78') Wolves 0

HT 0-0

How many times do we see a deflected goal when the defender turns away from the shot - eh Conor?

2-0 to VAR

P11 W5 D1 L5 GF 11 GD -1 Pts 16 Pos 8

Report: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/59099964

"hilites"  https://www.skysports.com/premier-league-highlights/video/36504/12462090/palace-win-amid-var-drama

Bruno: they won everything https://www.wolves.co.uk/news/first-team/20211106-lage-it-was-about-the-duels-they-won-everything/

The BBC reported (see link above)

Wolves boss Bruno Lage, speaking to MOTD: "We didn't play the way we should. We need to play better. "I think the most important thing is to look at our game. It's a hard place to come but during the 90 minutes I was disappointed with the performance. It's a moment to learn. We played against a strong team. We are playing well but that is not enough. We have to fight for the team. They were better than us with the ball."

Zaha scored his second goal in as many games to lift Crystal Palace into the top half of the Premier League Wilfried Zaha and Conor Gallagher goals helped Crystal Palace overcome Wolves at Selhurst Park and stretch their unbeaten Premier League run to six matches.  Zaha's angled second-half finish from James McArthur's through-ball was initially disallowed for offside against the Ivorian, but the goal was awarded by the video assistant referee.  Gallagher doubled the Eagles' lead with 12 minutes remaining, his goal-bound effort taking a heavy deflection off Wolves defender Conor Coady on its way past goalkeeper Jose Sa.

Referee Graham Scott had awarded Wolves a penalty 10 minutes after Zaha's opener, but VAR ruled that Joel Ward's foul on Rayan Ait-Nouri had taken place outside the area and overturned Scott's original decision

10 Monday November 1  Wolves v  Everton 8pm Sky W2-1

10 Wolverhampton Wanderers 2 Kilman (28' ), Jiménez (32' ) Everton 1   Keane (66' )

Assists Aït-Nouri (28' ) Iwobi (66' )

HT 2-0

P10 W5 D1 L4 Pts 16 GF 11 GD +1 Pos 7

Report: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/59033038

Highlights: https://www.skysports.com/premier-league-highlights/video/36504/12457536/jimenez-on-target-as-wolves-beat-everton


Max Kilman's first Wolves goal and Raul Jimenez's 50th were enough to send Bruno Lage's men into seventh place in the Premier League and condemn Everton to a third successive defeat.

Wolves dominated the opening period of an entertaining contest and were worthy of a comfortable half-time cushion provided by Kilman's far-post header and a lovely clipped finish by Jimenez.  However, after being booed off at the break, Rafael Benitez's visitors were much improved when they returned.  Alex Iwobi halved the deficit and it took a fabulous save by Jose Sa to deny substitute Anthony Gordon four minutes from time. Wolves managed to avoid conceding an injury-time equaliser as they did at Leeds nine days ago to take their points tally to 13 from five games.  For Everton, their second-half improvement was scant consolation as early-season optimism continues to fade for a team yet again mired in mid-table, having now lost the same number of games as they have won.  


09 Saturday October 23  Leeds United  v Wolves D1-1

9 Leeds United Rodrigo (90'+4' pen) Wolves Hwang Hee-Chan (10')

HT 0-1

Report: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/58936303

Highlights: https://www.skysports.com/premier-league-highlights/video/36504/12442469/rodrigo-earns-late-point-for-leeds-vs-wolves

Lage Interview: https://tv.wolves.co.uk/player?feedId=81e4f698-9dbf-4e6f-b6a1-18963bf6539b&sectionId=c75e43be-715a-427d-9691-e291e47ba02f&entryId=0_wfblkbkl


Semedo agains conceded a stupid penalty to lose 2 points in the 94th minute

Leeds 1-1 Wolves: The penalty Wolves conceded was 'soft' - Bruno Lage

Wolves inserted an option to buy into the loan deal that brought Hwang to Molineux from RB Leipzig at the end of August. Given the forward's impact already, it might be worth triggering it. With the exception of Jimenez, Wolves have found goals hard to come by since they returned to the top flight in 2018 and when the Mexican suffered a fractured skull in November that ruled him out for the rest of last season, the failing almost landed them in trouble. There was nothing pretty about Hwang's latest effort. Fast reactions meant he was able to get a shot off after Jimenez's effort hit him.


08 Saturday October 16  Aston Villa v Wolves W2-3



Aston Villa 2 Ings (48'), McGinn (68') Assist McGinn (48') Wolverhampton Wanderers 3 Saïss (80'), Coady (85'), Neves (90'+5minutes) Assists Podence (80'), Dendoncker (85')

HT 0-0

Neil Johnston BBC Sport https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/58833891

Report https://www.wolves.co.uk/news/first-team/20211016-report-aston-villa-2-3-wolves/

Hilites: https://tv.wolves.co.uk/player?feedId=81e4f698-9dbf-4e6f-b6a1-18963bf6539b&sectionId=c75e43be-715a-427d-9691-e291e47ba02f&entryId=0_usbumm7t


Ruben Neves scored Wolves' winners against Aston Villa at Villa Park as Wolves came from two goals down to win an away Premier League game for only the second time

Conor Coady says Wolves plan to use their extraordinary comeback win over Aston Villa as a springboard for the rest of the season.

Conor goal on Twitter https://twitter.com/Wolves/status/1449695686199418885?s=20

Wolves looked down and out after goals by Danny Ings and John McGinn put Villa 2-0 ahead in the West Midlands derby at Villa Park. In an incredible finish to the game, the visitors scored in the 80th, 85th and 95th minutes to seal an unlikely victory - and send their travelling fans wild.  "I could see my wife and the boys in the stand at the end going mental," said England defender Coady, who scored his side's second goal.  It was a derby, so to win the way we have from 2-0 down is incredible. Honestly, it was emotional and tough."  He added: "Since the new manager came in we have improved. We were on the end of some bad results but there's loads to improve on.” For more follow the  BBC link


International break 4th - 13th October 

07 Saturday October 2  Wolves v  Newcastle United W2-1

07 2Oct2021 Wolverhampton Wanderers 2 Hwang Hee-Chan (20'minutes, 58'minutes) Assists Jiménez (20'minutes, 58'minutes) Newcastle United 1 Hendrick (41'minutes) Assist Manquillo (41'minutes)

HT 1-1

Mark Joey Steve Morris at a damp Molineux

Report:  https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/58667875  and here https://www.expressandstar.com/sport/football/wolverhampton-wanderers-fc/2021/10/02/wolves-2-newcastle-1--report/

Hilites: https://www.skysports.com/watch/video/sports/12424128/hwang-double-continues-toon-misery

Hwang Hee-chan scored twice to inspire Wolves to their first home win of the season against beleaguered Newcastle, who remain without a victory this term.  The game sparked into life after 20 minutes, when Hwang latched on to Raul Jimenez's through ball before finishing coolly beyond the onrushing Karl Darlow.  Jeff Hendrick fired Newcastle level with a long-range drive into the bottom corner - moments after Francisco Trincao had rattled the crossbar for Wolves at the other end. Jose Sa had to be on his toes to deny Allan Saint-Maximin from point-blank range within minutes of the restart, but Hwang's left-footed finish - from another Jimenez pass - restored the home side's lead.  Newcastle slip into the bottom three after a seventh league game without a win, while Wolves climb to 11th.


06 Sunday September 26  Southampton v Wolves 2pm Sky W0-1

SUN 26 SEPT 2021PREMIER LEAGUE

Southampton 0 Wolverhampton Wanderers 1 Jiménez (61') Assist Malheiro de Sá (61')

HT 0-0

report:  https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/58613177

hilites: https://www.skysports.com/premier-league-highlights/video/36504/12418955/brilliant-jimenez-strike-sinks-saints

plus Raul on goal https://tv.wolves.co.uk/player?feedId=81e4f698-9dbf-4e6f-b6a1-18963bf6539b&sectionId=c75e43be-715a-427d-9691-e291e47ba02f&entryId=0_mmz60i17


Raul Jimenez scored his first goal since suffering a life-threatening fractured skull as Wolves won at Southampton.   The Mexico forward grabbed the only goal of the match when he collected a long ball forward, showed great skill to evade two home defenders and finished calmly past Alex McCarthy.   Southampton previously had chances to open the scoring but Wolves goalkeeper Jose Sa denied Adam Armstrong, Valentino Livramento and Mohamed Elyounoussi. After Jimenez's goal, his first for Wolves since October 2020, the Saints had a chance for an equaliser but Che Adams' shot was saved and despite late home pressure, Wolves held on for the win.


CC3 Wednesday Sep 23 Carabao Cup WW v Spurs Lost on pens after 2-2 draw

Wolverhampton Wanderers 2 Dendoncker (38'), Podence (58') Tottenham Hotspur 2 Ndombele (14'), Kane (23')

HT 1-2

Penalties 2-3

Report: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/58566908

Highlights: https://tv.wolves.co.uk/player?feedId=81e4f698-9dbf-4e6f-b6a1-18963bf6539b&sectionId=c75e43be-715a-427d-9691-e291e47ba02f&entryId=0_adowhw5z


Tottenham beat Wolves in a shootout to reach the Carabao Cup fourth round after blowing a two-goal lead in normal time.

Goals from Leander Dendoncker and Daniel Podence cancelled out earlier efforts from Tanguy Ndombele and Harry Kane to take the game to penalties.  But Ruben Neves, Dendoncker and Conor Coady all missed in the shootout as Bryan Gil's penalty proved decisive for Tottenham.  

French midfielder Ndombele broke into the box and turned defender Willy Boly to open the scoring at Molineux, before captain Kane made it 2-0 on 23 minutes for Spurs after being played though by Dele Alli.  Belgium midfielder Dendoncker headed in Rayan Ait-Nouri's corner before the break and then set up Podence to equalise.   Goalkeeper John Ruddy kept Wolves in the game, denying Kane twice with superb blocks on the line to take the match to spot-kicks.  With the scores level at 2-2 in the shootout, Neves blasted over. Italian keeper Pierluigi Gollini, playing only his second game for Spurs, saved from Dendoncker after Gil had converted.  Wolves' fate was then sealed when Coady hit the bar.

There was bad news too for the Midlands side when defender Yerson Mosquero was taken off on a stretcher in the fifth minute of his debut.  Wolves boss Bruno Lage: "It is hard to lose this game because of the way we prepared. The way we are creating chances and the way we are playing are the positive things from this game. But the way we are conceding chances and goals from the opposition makes me very disappointed.

Tottenham boss Nuno Espirito Santo on Kane: "He has much more to give and it's about the game, improving and growing together.  In terms of the squad and preparation we have players who have 65/70 sessions and we have players who have 15 sessions.  Until we have been able to balance everything, then it will be the moment when the players will improve.  We spent a lot of time preparing [for penalties] because it's not luck. It's having a goalkeeper who has the right info, the players taking the responsibility.

05 Saturday September 18 Wolves v Brentford L0-2


12:30 BTSports 05 Wolves 0 Brentford Toney (28' pen), Mbeumo (34'), Baptiste (Dismissed at 64')

report:  https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/58525373

highlights:

HT 0-2

Brentford claimed their first win on the road in the Premier League with a comfortable victory over Wolves at Molineux.  The newly-promoted London side, who arrived in the West Midlands with an unbeaten away record, took a first-half lead with a well-struck Ivan Toney penalty.  The Bees forward then turned provider to shrug off the challenge of Max Kilman and find strike partner Bryan Mbeumo at the back post for his first top-flight goal.  Wolves, who have failed to score in their opening three league defeats at home, did not register a shot on target in the West Midlands sunshine despite having more possession.  Adama Traore's physicality and speed was a constant threat, and substitute Hwang Hee-chan impressed again on only his second appearance, but manager Bruno Lage will be concerned by his side's lack of cutting edge.   The only negative for Brentford was the loss of Shandon Baptiste for a needless second yellow card, five minutes after his first, after he hauled down Francisco Trincao after losing possession.  Thomas Frank's side climb to ninth in the table and face high-flying Liverpool in their next league outing, while Wolves slip to 14th with a trip to Southampton to follow.


04 Saturday September 11 Watford v WW W0-2


04 Watford 0 Wolves 2 Sierralta (74' og) (in video), Hwang Hee-Chan (83')

HT 0-0

Report: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/58437017

Highlights: https://tv.wolves.co.uk/player?feedId=81e4f698-9dbf-4e6f-b6a1-18963bf6539b&sectionId=c75e43be-715a-427d-9691-e291e47ba02f&entryId=0_nyiszngc

Hwang Hee-chan scored 20 minutes after coming off the bench scoring on his debut as Wolves got their first Premier League goals of the season in a victory over Watford.  Bruno Lage's side had lost their opening three games 1-0 and after 69 shots without scoring, it took Francisco Sierralta heading into his own net from Marcal's cross to give Wolves the advantage.  Hwang then came off the bench and stabbed home the rebound from close range after Marcal's shot had been blocked on the line. Watford's club-record 10-game winning home run in the league - which helped them win promotion from the Championship - comes to an end.  Nelson Semedo had Wolves' best chances before the goal but shot straight at keeper Bachmann from Francisco Trincao's through ball - and then slotted wide from Raul Jimenez's backheel.



International break 30th August - 8th September
03 Sunday August 29 4:30 Sky WW v Manchester United L0-1 Mike Dean

Report: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/58295875

Highlights: https://tv.wolves.co.uk/player?feedId=81e4f698-9dbf-4e6f-b6a1-18963bf6539b&sectionId=c75e43be-715a-427d-9691-e291e47ba02f&entryId=0_x9y1v8nv

Another appalling decision by Mike Dean to not red card the  violent Pogba tackle led directly to the United goal


CC2 Wednesday Aug 25 Carabao Cup Nottingham Forest v WW A W0-4

21-08-24 EFL2 Nottingham Forest 0   Wolves 4 Saïss (58'), Podence (60'), Machado Trincão (86'), Gibbs-White (88')

Assists Hoever (58'), Fábio Silva (60', 86'), Dendoncker (88')

HT 0-0

Third round draw after the Wednesday matches

Report: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/58239476

Highlights: https://tv.wolves.co.uk/player?feedId=81e4f698-9dbf-4e6f-b6a1-18963bf6539b&sectionId=c75e43be-715a-427d-9691-e291e47ba02f&entryId=0_yvoq05ce

Interview: https://tv.wolves.co.uk/player?feedId=81e4f698-9dbf-4e6f-b6a1-18963bf6539b&sectionId=c75e43be-715a-427d-9691-e291e47ba02f&entryId=0_j13h18jk

Wolves secured their first win of the season as they beat out-of-form Nottingham Forest to reach the Carabao Cup third round.


Wolves head coach Bruno Lage told BBC WM 95.6: "It was a good game and we did what we planned with the way we want to play. In the end it was the same as against Tottenham, more ball, press high and create chances. We feel confident with the work we are doing and we are happy with the result. Daniel Podence started working with us about one week ago, I spoke him this morning about playing and I said it's like his pre-season and he would play 45 minutes.  I gave him more minutes which was good because he scored. This competition is massively important for us."


Nottm Forest

Formation 4-2-3-1 1Horvath 44Back 43Fernandes 46Harbottle 45Richardson 38Fornah  8Colback 41Hammond sub Mightenat 73' 37Garner sub Ribeiro Diasat 73' 42Konate 7Grabban sub Taylorat 61' Substitutes 3Figueiredo 10Carvalho 12Smith 17Mighten 18Ribeiro Dias 27Lawrence-Gabriel 33Taylor

Wolves

Formation 3-4-1-2

21Ruddy 23Kilman 16Coady 27Saïss 2Hoever 32Dendoncker 28João Moutinho 3Aït-Nouri sub Traoréat 82'  18Gibbs-White  17Fábio Silva sub Cundleat 89' 10Podence sub Machado Trincãoat 66' Substitutes 8Neves 9Jiménez 11Machado Trincão 22Nélson Semedo 37Traoré 39Cundle 62Söndergaard

Referee: Andy Davies Attendance: 10,769


      Nottm Forest Wolves

Possession  26% 74%

Shots            2     28

Shots on Tgt 0     13

Corners        2       9

Fouls            3       6


Match ends, Nottingham Forest 0, Wolverhampton Wanderers 4.

88' Goal!

Goal! Nottingham Forest 0, Wolverhampton Wanderers 4. Morgan Gibbs-White (WW) right footed shot from outside the box to the bottom right corner. Assisted by Leander Dendoncker.

86' Goal!

Goal! Nottingham Forest 0, Wolverhampton Wanderers 3. Trincão (WW) left footed shot from the centre of the box to the bottom left corner. Assisted by Fábio Silva.

60' Goal!

Goal! Nottingham Forest 0, Wolverhampton Wanderers 2. Daniel Podence (WW) right footed shot from the centre of the box to the bottom left corner. Assisted by Fábio Silva.

58' Goal!

Goal! Nottingham Forest 0, Wolverhampton Wanderers 1. Romain Saïss (WW) right footed shot from very close range to the top left corner. Assisted by Ki-Jana Hoever with a cross following a corner.


45' Half Time Nottingham Forest 0, Wolverhampton Wanderers 0.

       Nottm Forest Wolves

Possession  26% 74%

Shots            1     13

Shots on Tgt 0       5

Corners        1       3

Fouls            2       3


EFL Cup: Lage not happy at fixture pile-up Simon Stone, BBC Sport https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/teams/wolverhampton-wanderers  Wolves boss Bruno Lage has not been in England long but he has quickly begun to understand how congested our fixture schedule is.  Wolves play Nottingham Forest in the Carabao Cup on Tuesday, two days after the Premier League defeat by Tottenham. The reason? A clash with a T20 game at Trent Bridge on Wednesday. "It is a strange decision," said Lage. "Why did we play on Sunday? Because Tottenham played on Thursday and they are allowed three days to recover and prepare. "That's not our fault so in the same way, we should play on Wednesday. "But Nottingham Forest don’t have the stadium available. That is not our fault either.   "Tottenham get their three days, Forest are allowed to play at home and we are in the middle. No-one pays any attention to us. "I think for my players, the club and also the Wolves fans, in the end, no-one thinks about us. They think about everyone but not us."


02 Sunday August 22 2pm 1   WW v Tottenham Hotspur Nuno’s return L0-1 Dele Diver

Report https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/58193450

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/teams/wolverhampton-wanderers

Highlights: https://tv.wolves.co.uk/player?feedId=81e4f698-9dbf-4e6f-b6a1-18963bf6539b&sectionId=51a18f5f-ab82-41f9-9079-c4e3684b64d3&entryId=0_oii43ls5

Mark and Joey Feehan back in the North Bank

01 Saturday August 14 Leicester City L1-0 Traore misses              

Report: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/58124900

Gallery: https://www.wolves.co.uk/news/first-team/20210814-gallery-leicester-city-1-0-wolves/

Highlites: https://tv.wolves.co.uk/player?feedId=81e4f698-9dbf-4e6f-b6a1-18963bf6539b&sectionId=c75e43be-715a-427d-9691-e291e47ba02f&entryId=0_oii43ls5


Pre-Season Friendlies


Saturday  7th August H 12:45 Celta Vigo

Report https://www.wolves.co.uk/news/first-team/20210807-report-wolves-0-1-celta-vigo/

Highlights


Sunday  1st August A 13:00 Coventry City w 1-2 (Silva, Neves)

Reports

https://Wolvesw.expressandstar.com/sport/football/wolverhampton-wanderers-fc/2021/08/01/coventry-1-2-wolves--report/

https://Wolvesw.birminghammail.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/wolves-player-ratings-vs-coventry-21198866

Highlights https://tv.wolves.co.uk/player?feedId=81e4f698-9dbf-4e6f-b6a1-18963bf6539b&sectionId=51a18f5f-ab82-41f9-9079-c4e3684b64d3


Saturday  31st July A Stoke Ciy D 1-1 Baath, Jiminez

Report https://www.expressandstar.com/sport/football/wolverhampton-wanderers-fc/2021/07/31/stoke-1-wolves-1---report/

Highlights: https://tv.wolves.co.uk/player?feedId=81e4f698-9dbf-4e6f-b6a1-18963bf6539b&sectionId=51a18f5f-ab82-41f9-9079-c4e3684b64d3&entryId=0_eie9981a

26th July A Las Palmas L3-2 Hoever MGW

Report  https://www.expressandstar.com/sport/football/wolverhampton-wanderers-fc/2021/07/26/las-palmas-3-wolves-2---report/

Highlights: https://tv.wolves.co.uk/player?feedId=81e4f698-9dbf-4e6f-b6a1-18963bf6539b&sectionId=c75e43be-715a-427d-9691-e291e47ba02f&entryId=0_tj97a0u3

Saturday  27th July A Real Betis W 0-1 Cutrone

Report https://www.expressandstar.com/sport/football/wolverhampton-wanderers-fc/2021/07/26/las-palmas-3-wolves-2---report/

Highlights: https://tv.wolves.co.uk/player?feedId=81e4f698-9dbf-4e6f-b6a1-18963bf6539b&sectionId=c75e43be-715a-427d-9691-e291e47ba02f&entryId=0_oeyhqenf

Saturday  17th July Crewe Alexandra A L 1-0

Report https://www.expressandstar.com/sport/football/wolverhampton-wanderers-fc/2021/07/17/crewe-1-wolves-0---report/

Highlights: https://tv.wolves.co.uk/player?feedId=81e4f698-9dbf-4e6f-b6a1-18963bf6539b&sectionId=c75e43be-715a-427d-9691-e291e47ba02f&entryId=0_sarmdaei

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PSF

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17 July

15:00


Crewe Alexandra

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0

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PSF

PSF

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24 July 2021

13:00


Real Betis

0

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PSF

Mon

 July 2021

13:00


UD Las Palmas

3

2

Wolves





PSF

PSF

Sat

31 July 2021

13:00


Stoke City

1

1

Wolves





PSF

PSF

Sun

 1 August

13:00


Coventry City

1

2

Wolves





PSF

PSF

Sat

 7 August

12:45


Wolves

0

1

Celta Vigo





PSF

'PSF

Sat

14 August

15:00


Leicester City

1

0

Wolves

0

0

15

-1

Foxes

PSF

Sat

21 August

15:00


Wolves

0

1

Spurs

0

0

16

-2

Spurs

CC2

Wed

25 August

19:45


Nottingham Forest

0

4

Wolves





CC2

03

Sun

29 August

16:30

Sky

Wolves

0

1

Man Utd

0

0

18

-3

ManU



Internationals





04

Sat

11 September

15:00


Watford

0

2

Wolves

3

3

13

-1

Hornets

05

Sat

18 September

12:30

BT

Wolves

0

2

Brentford

0

3

16

-3

Bees

CC3

Tue

22 September

19:45


Wolves

2

2

Spurs

Lost 2-3 on penalties

CC3

06

Sun

26 September

14:00

Sky

Saints

0

1

Wolves

3

6

13

-2

Saints

07

Sat

  2 October

15:00


Wolves

2

1

Newcastle

3

9

11

-1

Magpies



Internationals





08

Sat

16 October  

15:00


Aston Villa

2

3

Wolves

3

12

8

0

Villa

09

Sat

23 October

15:00


Leeds Utd

1

1

Wolves

1

13

11

0

Leeds

10

Mon

 1 November

20:00

Sky

Wolves

2

1

Everton

3

16

7

1

Toffees

11

Sat

  6 November

15;00


Crystal Palace

2

0

Wolves

0

16

8

-1

Palace



Internationals





12

Sat

20 November

15;00


Wolves

1

0

West Ham

3

19

6

0

Iron

13

Sat

27 November

15;00


Norwich City



Wolves





Budgies

14

Wed

  1 December

19:30

Am

Wolves



Burnley





Clarets

15

Sat

  4 December

15:00


Wolves



Liverpool





Lpoo

16

Sat

 11 December

12:30

BT

Man City



Wolves





City

17

Wed

 15 December

19:30

BT

Brighton & HA



Wolves





BHA

18

Sat

 18 December

may change WCC

15:00


Wolves



Chelski





Chelski

19

Sun

26 December

12:30

noTV

Wolves



Watford





Hornets

20

Tue

28 December

12:30

Am

Arsenal



Wolves





Gooners

21

Mon

3 January 2022

17:30

Sky

Man Utd



Wolves





MU

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