WOLVES are back in Europa League action as they face Armenian side Pyunik in the second leg of their qualifier.
The Molineux club won 4-0 in Armenia and will have Adama Traore back after he forgot his passport ahead of the 6,370-mile round trip to Eastern Europe.
What time does Pyunik vs Wolves kick off?
The second leg of the Europa League qualifying match will take place on Thursday, August 15.
Kick-off is at 7:45pm.
It will be held at fortress Molineux.
What TV is it on and can I live stream it?
Pyunik vs Wolves is being broadcast live on Premier 1.
If your on Sky or Virgin TV, you can subscribe for free, whilst those who wish to stream the match should head to the Premier Player.
Wolves TV subscribers can also watch through the on-demand service.
What is the team news?
As of now there are no new injuries for Nuno Santo to worry about.
Morgan Gibbs-White could make his return to the squad after a spell on the side lines and Traore is likely to make an appearance if he packs his bag properly.