Important information regarding Carabao Cup commentary

Due to EFL regulations, live audio commentary of Wolves’ Carabao Cup tie with Reading on Wednesday night will be available to supporters on at a cost of £2.50.

With the Carabao Cup being an EFL competition, Wolves are unfortunately unable to offer the club’s usual free service and are required to charge a fee to access audio commentary for matches featuring an EFL club.

Supporters can purchase a one-off commentary match pass to listen to Mikey Burrows and former Wolves full-back Andy Thompson, who will be broadcasting all the action live and uninterrupted from Molineux.

Powered by Blyth Group, Mikey and Thommo will go live on with all the pre-match build-up half-an-hour before kick-off, before full kick-by-kick match commentary from 7.45pm.

To listen to Wednesday evening’s match, supporters will need to have created a Wolves Account and login to the site before purchasing this one-off commentary match pass from this page.

Once supporters have logged in and purchased their pass, the game will be available from the Carabao Cup audio commentary feature here.

Full guide on how to listen to the match on

  1. Ensure you have created a Wolves Account, by registering or logging in at
  2. Visit and click the Carabao Cup Commentary – continue through to select the match package.
  3. Enter your payment details – upon successful payment you will be taken back to the
  4. Click the Carabao Cup Commentary which will now play (broadcast begins at 7.15pm)


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Free-of-charge audio commentary of every Wolves match of the 2019/20 Premier League campaign will return for Saturday’s home game with Watford.