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See how Wolves' average Premier League attendances compare to Liverpool, Manchester United and rivals

Lichfield Mercury Friday, 22 November 2019 ()
See how Wolves' average Premier League attendances compare to Liverpool, Manchester United and rivalsWolverhampton Wanderers attendances | A closer look at how Wolves compare to Premier League rivals Liverpool, Aston Villa, Newcastle United and Co when it comes to match day numbers.
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