Wolves 2020-21 home kit leaked
Brand news pictures of the rumoured Wolves 2020-21 home kit have been leaked on social media.
The kit will be made by Adidas, while the strip harks back to some classic Wolves kits of yesteryear.
Complete with a v-neck collar, the shirt has a simple design and incorporates the club’s classic colours.
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Update on whether the Olympiacos game will be at Molineux
It’s gearing up to be a fantastic season for Wolves, who still have two routes into next season’s Champions League.
After Man United’s 3-0 win at Brighton on Wednesday, Wolves have dropped to 6th in the league.
However, sitting just three points behind Leicester in 3rd, Wolves are certainly in the race for a Champions League berth.
Also, Wolves could gain entry into the 2020-21 Champions League if they can win this season’s Europa League.
Wolves drew 1-1 at Olympiacos in their Europa League last-16 first-leg, with the second-leg still to play.
“You realise what’s happening worldwide, people are dying, now we have to play a game of football?”
Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo is not happy that his side are being made to play Olympiacos tonight. pic.twitter.com/efGYOs2Ide
— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) March 12, 2020
According to the Express & Star, it’s looking increasingly likely that Wolves will face Olympiacos at Molineux. Readers are told:
There is a growing expectation that the game will take place at Molineux, given the easing of restrictions as of late.
The match will be played on either August 5 or 6.
And when contacted by the Express & Star for a comment on when a decision over the venue will be made, competition organisers Uefa said: “There is no specific date and an announcement will be made in the coming weeks.”
Told by Uefa a decision on Wolves/Olympiacos Europa League last-16 second-leg will be made ‘in the coming weeks’. Club very hopeful it will be at Molineux, most likely behind-closed-doors. #wwfc https://t.co/8fQ3TBPpIC
— Joe Edwards (@JoeEdwards_Star) June 30, 2020
Can Wolves secure a Champions League spot?
Wolves have also picked up three wins in a row since football started up again.
They’ve beaten West Ham 2-0, Bournemouth 1-0 and Aston Villa 1-0.
Wolves also have a reasonable run-in: they face five mid-table sides before a trip to Chelsea on the final day.
The Times have also dug out some eye-catching stats on Wolves this week. They include:
– Wolves have gained 21 points from losing positions this season, and only dropped two from winning ones.
– If only first halves counted, Wolves would be bottom of the Premier League; if only second halves counted, they would be third.
Wolves remaining fixtures: Arsenal (h), Sheffield United (a), Everton (h), Burnley (a), Crystal Palace (h), Chelsea (a).
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