Wolves Score
England FA Cup
Wolves 3
Brighton Hove Albion 2
1
0
W
English Premier League
Wolves 2
Sheffield United 1
1
0
W
Tottenham Hotspur
Wolves 1
1
2
W
Wolves 2
Brentford 3
0
2
L
Chelsea 3
Wolves 2
2
4
W
Wolves 2
Manchester United 5
3
4
L
England FA Cup
West Bromwich(WBA) 2
Wolves
0
2
W
English Premier League
Brighton Hove Albion 1
Wolves 4
0
0
D
England FA Cup
Wolves 1
Brentford 1
2
2
D
Brentford 3
Wolves 1 2
1
1
D
English Premier League
Wolves 2
Everton 3
3
0
W
Brentford 1
Wolves 1
1
4
W
Wolves 3
Chelsea 6
2
1
W
West Ham United 3
Wolves 1
3
0
L
Wolves
Nottingham Forest 1
1
1
D
Wolves 2
Burnley 4
1
0
W
Arsenal 1
Wolves 2
2
1
L
Fulham 2
Wolves 2
3
2
L
Wolves 2
Tottenham Hotspur 3
2
1
W
Sheffield United 2
Wolves 3
2
1
L
Wolves 1
Newcastle United 4
2
2
D
Wolves Fixtures
English Premier League
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AFC Bournemouth
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Fulham
Newcastle United
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Wolves Player
# Name Position
8
Joao Victor Gomes da Silva Central Midfield
20
Thomas Glyn Doyle Central Midfield
27
Jeanricner Bellegarde Central Midfield
1
Jose Sa Goalkeeper
25
Daniel Bentley Goalkeeper
40
Tom King Goalkeeper
53
Aaron Keto-Diyawa Defender
79
Owen Hesketh Midfielder
78
Emilio Ballard·Matthews Forward
7
Pedro Neto Right Winger
21
Pablo Sarabia Garcia Right Winger
30
Enso González Left Winger
5
Mario Lemina Defensive Midfield
6
Boubacar Traore Defensive Midfield
2
Matt Doherty Right Back
22
Nelson Cabral Semedo Right Back
3
Rayan Ait Nouri Left Back
17
Hugo Bueno Left Back
4
Santiago Ignacio Bueno Sciutto Centre Back
15
Craig Dawson Centre Back
23
Max Kilman Centre Back
24
Toti Gomes Centre Back
11
Hee-Chan Hwang Centre Forward
12
Matheus Cunha Centre Forward
 
Gary ONeil Coach
About Wolves
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  • Name: Wolves
  • City: England
  • Home Stadium: Molineux Stadium
  • Established Date: 1877
  • Coach: Gary ONeil
Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club, commonly known as Wolves, is an English professional footballclub in Wolverhampton, West Midlands. Formed as St Luke's F.C. in 1877, they have played at Molineux Stadium since 1889 and compete in the Premier League, the top division of English football, after winning the 2017–18 EFL Championship. Wolves competes in the 2019–20 UEFA Europa League, the first time the club has qualified for a European tournament for thirty-nine years, by virtue of finishing in seventh-place in the 2018–19 Premier League in their first season back in the top tier.