Having faced Real Betis and UD Las Palmas while out in southern Spain, Bruno Lage’s side will travel to Stoke City on Saturday (31st July) and Coventry City on Sunday (1st August), with both games getting underway at 1pm. Wolves also play Celta Vigo (7th August, 1pm) before the Premier League season starts.
All three upcoming matches are available globally for supporters for the price of £4.99 per game, and fans can choose to tune in on either Wolves TV, via the website or Wolves App, or as part of a Paid Online Event on Wolves’ official Facebook page.
All streams will feature multiple camera angles and live commentary.
Supporters who bought all six matches as a bundle exclusively through WolvesTV will be able to access all upcoming games by logging into their Wolves account and clicking here.
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