The winners of this tie will play Sevilla in the quarter-finals on Tuesday. Sevilla have beaten Roma 2-0 in their one-legged quarter-final. Bayer Leverkusen have beaten Rangers 1-0 to complete a comfortable 4-1 win aggregate victory. They meet Internazionale in a humdinger on Monday.
Wolves (3-4-2-1) Rui Patricio; Boly, Coady, Saiss; Doherty, Ruben Neves, Joao Moutinho, Jonny; Traore, Podence; Raul Jimenez.
Substitutes: Ruddy, Sondergaard, Jordao, Pedro Neto, Gibbs-White, Diogo Jota, Ruben Vinagre, Campana, Dendoncker, Kilman, Buur, Marques.
Olympiakos (4-3-3) Allain; Elabdellaoui, Ba, Cisse, Tsimikas; Bouchalakis, Guilherme, Camara; Valbuena, El Arabi, Masouras.
Substitutes: Tzolakis, Fortounis, Lovera, Cafu, Papadopoulos, Torosidis, Xentidis, Gaspar, Martinis, Sourlis, Randjelovic, Ahmed Hassan.
Hello. If ever a football match deserved a crowd, it’s this one. This should have been a mighty European night at Molineux, with Hi Ho Wolverhampton thundering around the ground before kick-off. It’s still a huge game, a chance for Wolves to reach their first European quarter-final since 1972; it just won’t be as raucous as we’d like.
Wolves go into the game as decent favourites to qualify. They drew the first leg 1-1 back in March, a good scoreline but one that comes with a stick-or-twist dilemma. Wolves know that a 0-0 draw would put them through on away goals, though it shouldn’t unduly affect a team who are at their best on the counter-attack, even at home.
Olympiakos overcame even greater odds in the previous round. They lost the first 1-0 at home to Arsenal, only to then win 2-1 at the Emirates in vaguely hilarious circumstances. Wolves will take nothing for granted.
Kick off 8pm.