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Espanyol vs Wolves FREE: Live stream, TV channel, kick off time and team news for Europa League

ESPANYOL will be dreaming of a miracle to overturn their 4-0 defeat by Wolves suffered last Thursday.

Nuno Santo’s side are heavy favourites to progress to the next round of the UEFA Europa League and will be looking to replicate their victory over the Spanish side on foreign soil.

 Ruben Neves scored an incredible volley in the first leg at the Molineux stadium

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Ruben Neves scored an incredible volley in the first leg at the Molineux stadiumCredit: Getty Images – Getty

What time does Espanyol vs Wolves kick off?

The Europa League tie will take place on Thurday, February 27.

The whistle will be blown at 5.55 pm.

The match will be held at Espanyol’s 40,000 capacity ground, RCDE Stadium.

What TV channel is Espanyol vs Wolves on and can I live stream it?

Espanyol vs Wolves will broadcast live on BT Sport 1.

Coverage will begin at 5.15 pm.

To stream the game live, you can head to BTSport.com or the BT Sport app.

How do I watch Espanyol vs Wolves for free?

EE customers can watch the game for FREE by texting SPORT to 150 to gain a three-month trial.

The deal is for new subscribers only and can be cancelled at any time.

Team news

Espanyol’s recent capture centre-forward Raul de Tomas is in doubt with injury after a successful 4 goals in 4 matches in La Liga following his recent transfer from Benfica.

Fellow centre-forward Victor Campuzano is also expected to be out with a groin injury.

Wolves may have to get by without Spanish full back Jonny with the extent of his condition yet to be seen after the defender collided with Norwich City’s Ben Godfrey on Sunday.

Latest odds

Wolves are 33/20, the draw 21/10, leaving Espanyol at 7/4 with Ladbrokes.

Source: The Sun UK

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