Date: 13th June 2019 at 8:00pm
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With Wolverhampton Wanderers enjoying a successful return to the Premier League last season after we stormed to the Championship title, 2019/20 will hopefully be another good campaign for head coach Nuno Espirito Santo’s boys.

A second year in the top flight after a seventh placed finish also sees us return to European competition via the Europa League, so although we’ll be in competitive action ahead of the Premier League kick-off, fans can now stick a trip to Leicester City at the King Power Stadium in their calendars for August 10.

The bigger boys who finished above us in 2018/19 are reasonably split across the months, so there’s no true tough run, although each side is a challenge of their own and Wolves fans can Mind The Gap until November 9 where we welcome Aston Villa to the Molineux to renew our local acquaintances. We make the short trip to them on April 4.

Facing Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester City (Boxing Day) and Liverpool in the space of four games over the festive season is probably the toughest run on paper for me, but we close the campaign out at Stamford Bridge against Chelsea in mid-May.

Let’s see what it brings but plenty of fans will be confident with that spread.

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