Match Pack: Home Fixture, Premier League, Wolves, #WOLLEI, your exclusive preview update

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Wolves will take on Leicester this Sunday, 23rd of October. This is our special update on the 14.00 kick-off fixture, covering interesting facts and figures. After the Forest win vs. Liverpool at home, Leicester are again stuck to the bottom of the table.

Leicester were back on winning ways vs. Leeds and hopefully Wolves will be another win as a climb out of the relegation zone is very much needed.

Still difficult times and rumbles among fans, not really getting any satisfactory before the club is safe and back to the standards of previous seasons, not fighting relegation battles.

Twitter: #WOLLEI

Match Pack – Stats & Facts

Table Position
WOL: 18
LEI: 20

Injuries / Uncertainties / Suspensions:
LEI: Pereira, Bertrand, Ndidi, Evans, Soyuncu,
LEE: Tavares, Gomes, Ait Nouri, Jimenez, Kalajdzic, Neto

Head to Head:
Last Three
Premier League; 07.02.21, Molineux, 1-1 (D)
Premier League; 14.08.21, King Power, 1-0 (W)
Premier League; 20.02.22, Molineux, 1-0 (L)

Possible Line-Up’s:
Leicester City: Ward, Justin, Castagne, Faes, Amartey, D-Hall, Soumare, Tielemans, Maddison, Vardy, Barnes
Wolves: Sa; Semedo; Collins, Kilman, Bueno; Moutinho, Neves, Nunes; Adama, Podence, Costa

Predicted Result: 1-2 (Win)

Players In Both Camps, Wolves

Focus On; Wolves

Nickname: Wolves

Manager: Steve Davis

Captain: Ruben Neves

Owner: Jeff Shi

Kit Supplier: Castore

Kit Sponsor: AstroPay

Stadium: Molineux, Wolverhampton

Capacity: 32,050


Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club, commonly known as Wolves, is a professional football club based in Wolverhampton, England, which compete in the Premier League. The club has played at Molineux Stadium since moving from Dudley Road in 1889. The club’s traditional kit consists of old gold shirts and socks with black shorts. Since 1979, the kit has also featured the club’s “wolf’s head” logo. Long-standing rivalries exist with other clubs from the West Midlands, the main one being the Black Country derby contested with West Bromwich Albion, read more


A brand new old gold strip, black shorts and combined colours of those in stockings, designed by Castore, is the first symbolising the landmark partnership with AstroPay, who feature on the front of shirts

In addition, Wolves can also announce 12Bet as the club’s new sleeve partner for the 2022/23 season. 12Bet are one of the most recognisable and trusted sports betting brands, with a particular reputation as in-play football betting specialists, and now join in partnership with the club

Arch-enemy: West Bromwich Albion, Aston Villa, Birmingham, Walsall

Honors: Wolves do have a grand cabinet of trophies, and are winners of League, FA Cup and League Cup, but a few years back since they collected their last major trophy, the 1979/80 League Cup.


1st Division / Premier League

Champions: 1953/54, 1957/58, 1958/59

Runners Up: 1937/38, 1938/39, 1949/50, 1954/55, 1959/60

Division Two /One /Championship

Champions: 1931/32, 1976/77, 2008/09, 2017/18

Runners-up: 1966/67, 1982/83

Promoted: –

Play-off Winners: 2002/03

Division Three / Three South / League One

Champions: 1923/24, 1988/89, 2013/14

Runners-up: –

Division Four / League Two

Runners-up: 1987/88

FA Cup

Winners: 1892/93, 1907/08, 1948/49, 1959/60

Runners-up: 1888/89, 1895/96, 1920/21, 1938/39

League Cup

Winners: 1973/74, 1979/80

Runners-Up: –


Europa Cup / Champions League: 1958/59, 1959/60

UEFA Cup: 1971/72 (r.up), 1972/73, 1973/74, 1974/75, 1980/81, 2019/20

European Cup Winners Cup: 1960/61

Texaco Cup: 1970/71 (W)

Did You Know? The gold and black colours of Wolverhampton Wanderers FC originate from the city’s motto ‘Out of darkness cometh light’, with gold and black representing light and dark respectively.

Most Appearances: (D) Derek Parkin (1968-1982), 609

Most Goals: (F) Steve Bull (1986-1999), 306

Other Famous Players: Billy Wright, Ron Flowers, Dave Wagstaffe, Andy Mutch, Derek Dougan, Diego Costa, Adama Traore, Phil Parkes, John Richards, Diego Jota, Steve Daley, Kenny Hibbitt, Alan Sunderland, Mike Bailey, Peter Daniel, Geoff Palmer, Andy Gray, Tim Flowers

Record League win: 10-1 v Leicester City, 15 April 1938

Record League defeat: 1-10 v Newton Heath, 15 October 1892

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