With the beginning of 2021-22 Premier League Campaign only a few days away, the anticipation grows like Wolverhampton Wanderers Fans look forward to their first season under a new manager in four years.

Bruno locationThat was the arrival Molineux Fan base taking more excitement after a particularly boring graduation campaign Nuno Espírito Santo in 2020-21, although the Portuguese’s lack of support in the transfer market so far has dampened expectations.

With fans finally having the opportunity to plan their lives around their club’s fixture list, it is time to take a look at which games have special meaning for Wolves and where their points won and lost in this campaign can be.

At least on paper, few teams have as difficult a start as the men from Lage.

While wolves only have to travel once in August, in the European competition they meet in. on three teams Leicester City, Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester Unitedand could go into the first international break of the season with zero points.

Spurs’ visit coincides with Nuno’s return to Molineux for the first time since leaving in May, along with the return of a full Molineux for one of the most highly anticipated games in Wolves recent history.

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After the tricky start of the Wanderers, it will definitely continue in autumn. After United’s visit on August 29th, Wolves will no longer play another member of the Big Six Liverpool come to Molineux on December 4th. Between the two games, Lages team goes on a number of cheap games against Brentford, Newcastle United and Burnley at home, as well as trips to Pfarrstrasse, St. Mary, Selhurst Park and Carrow Road.

It’s good that wolves have the opportunity to collect points in the autumn months, because their winter is just as tricky as the first month of the season.

Lage’s side face nine games against last season’s top 8 in December, January and February, including Reisen nach the Etihad, the Emirates, Old Trafford and the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

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Home games against relegation candidates Southampton and Watford might score some much-needed points for Wolves, but on paper it seems like the winter months could be a big battle for Wanderers.

With wolves playing so many games against the elite of English football in the winter months, one can expect them to end the season quite nicely. However, this is definitely not the case with this campaign.

Only one Big Six team visited Molineux in the last three months of the season with the defending champions Manchester city are coming to town on April 16, but wolves round out the campaign by visiting two of the last three Champions League Winner in their last two away games during their visit stamford bridge before the end of the season Anfield on May 22nd.

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Unlike in winter, the wolves can face these tricky excursions with some routine home games. Crystal palace, Leeds United, Aston Villa, Brighton & Hove Albion and Norwich Cityall visit Molineux in March, April or May and certainly leave Wanderers enough options to cancel their tricky trips away in May.