Fulham 1 – Brentford 1
Fulham’s 1-1 draw with Brentford on Saturday night in the Championship confirmed that Wolves are back in the Premier League.
Aleksandar Mitrovic fired Fulham into the lead in the 70th minute. But the Cottagers were denied a win by a 90th minute leveller from Neal Maupay.
As a result, Wolves have been mathematically confirmed as promoted to the Premier League.
Wolves are back in the Premier League!
As soon as the full-time whistle blew at Craven Cottage, Wolves celebrated their promotion on social media.
The famous English club celebrated their achievement with the hashtag #ThePackIsBack.
They also released this brilliant video of the players celebrating.
— Wolves (@Wolves) April 14, 2018
Wolves will be able to enjoy their promotion on Sunday at Molineux in front of a packed house. The Premier League newbies will be looking for maximum points against relegation threatened Birmingham City.
Wolves come into the game with 92 points from 42 games. Nuno will be looking to complete the season with the Championship title.
How will Wolves do in the Premier League next season?
With the help of Jorge Mendes, Wolves are coming into the EPL with a brilliant looking squad, full of fantastic young foreign imports.
With a few more additions in the summer, Wolves should be highly competitive next season in the top flight.
Wolves have won promotion to the PL – they have led the Championship since Nov 18 & return to the PL after a 6-year absence
Their promotion comes after finishing 15th & 14th in the last 2 seasons pic.twitter.com/oYK30SJH2H
— Sky Sports Statto (@SkySportsStatto) April 14, 2018
— Manchester City (@ManCity) April 14, 2018
WOLVES HAVE BEEN PROMOTED!!
After 42 games, 252 days & nearly 4000 minutes of football, Wolves have guaranteed their place in the Premier League next season! Congratulations to Wolves fans all across the world. Enjoy this incredible day; and let's hope it's the first of many! 🍻
— Alex Goncalves (@Aljeeves10) April 14, 2018
Any more of these next season…? pic.twitter.com/Z6YRlY6Ymv
— Premier League (@premierleague) April 14, 2018
"Honestly, you just get lost for words."
— Wolves (@Wolves) April 12, 2018