Tickets are now on sale for Wolves supporters to watch the club’s next generation compete in the Premier League Cup final as the under-23s face West Bromwich Albion at The Hawthorns.
In what will be the biggest youth version of the Black Country derby in history, the development sides of the local rivals will go head-to-head on Friday 13th May for the chance to win the coveted trophy for the first time.
James Collins’ side are in the form of their lives going into next week’s match, having picked up 10 wins from their last 12 matches in all competitions, a run which included a 4-0 victory over West Brom at New Bucks Head in Premier League 2 Division 2.
During that period, the under-23s also finished their Division 2 campaign in second place, earning home advantage in the play-offs, with the side set to play Norwich City at Molineux four days later in the semi-finals.
This season’s progression is the furthest the club have gone in the Premier League Cup since the competition began in 2013, with their previous best coming in 2017/18 when a Scott Sellars’ led side fell out at the quarter-final stage to Leicester City.
But Wolves reached the final thanks to a thrilling 3-2 win over Middlesbrough at Molineux on Wednesday, in which Luke Cundle notched a brace after Lee Harkin put the gold and black ahead within the opening 60 seconds, while West Brom overcame PL2 Division 2 champions Fulham.
Tickets cost £5 for adults and just £1 for under-18s. Disabled supporters can gain entry to the Hawthorns for £5, while personal assistants are free of charge. Tickets must be purchased prior to 2pm on Tuesday 10th May if supporters wish to receive them by post. Tickets purchased after this time must be collected from Molineux.