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Wolves discover their first European opponents in almost 40 years
Wolves will welcome Northern Irish club Crusaders to Molineux in the Europa League next week.
The Premier League club are in European competition for the first time since the 1980/81 season.
A Europa League draw had seen Wolves pitted against the winners between Crusaders and Tórshavn from the Faroe Islands.
The Northern Irish side won 3-2 away from home on Thursday to secure a 5-2 aggregate win and head through.
Nuno Espírito Santo’s players will host Crusaders on Thursday 25 August before playing the return leg in Belfast a week later.
The winners of this tie will still have two rounds between them and the group stage of the competition.
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