Wolves promoted to Premier League after Fulham draw with Brentford

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Wolves are only in action on Sunday against Birmingham City but, due to Fulham dropping points against Brentford, their promotion was secured.

A expected win over relegation-threatened local rivals Birmingham City will guarantee a return to the Premier League next season for runaway Championship leaders Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Bought over by Chinese group Fosun International in 2016, Wolves' return to England's lucrative top flight has been bankrolled by huge investment and links to Portuguese super agent Jorge Mendes.

But, in the fourth minute of stoppage-time, Brentford equalised through Neal Maupay to leave Fulham 10 points adrift of Wolves, with only three games to play.

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Mendes represents head coach Nuno Espirito Santo and star players Ruben Neves, Diogo Jota and Ivan Cavaleiro.

The Welsh side lead Fulham by a point and have a game in hand after scoring twice themselves in the final four minutes to win 2-0 at Norwich.

Derby County, surprisingly beaten 3-1 by bottom club Burton Albion, drop out of the remaining playoff places, which are now occupied by Aston Villa, who beat Leeds United on Friday night, Middlesbrough and Millwall.