Wolves will be looking to bounce back from their opening-day defeat to Manchester United when they host Brighton in the Premier League at Molineux on Saturday. Brighton, on the other hand, are coming off a 4-1 win over newly-promoted Luton Town.
Wolves failed to deliver and meet their expectations last season, as they finished in 13th place in the standings. However, Brighton punched above their weight, landing a historic European qualification as they finished sixth in the league table.
The match is expected to be a close one, with both teams having good attacking players.
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