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Wolves' 'behind closed doors' Europa League game set for 5,000 crowd

BBC Local News Friday, 11 October 2019
BBC Local News: Birmingham and Black Country -- A crowd of around 5,000 is likely to attend Wolves' Europa League match away to Slovan Bratislava - even though it is officially being played behind closed doors.
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