The newly-promoted side provide the first opposition of the new campaign, as the Seagulls look to build on last year’s third-placed finish.
Rusk’s squad has been added to over the summer with the signings of Taylor Richards, Lewis Freestone, Romaric Yapi and Andrew Crofts - the latter has also taken up a coaching position off the field alongside his playing responsibilities for the side.
Wolves earned promotion to Premier League 2 Division 1 at the end of last term, ending the campaign with an impressive 3-2 win over Manchester United to round off a memorable year.
Rob Edwards’ side has been strengthened with the arrival of Meritan Shabani from Bayern Munich this summer. Cyriaque Mayounga has also joined from Lyon ahead of their first season in the top flight at this level, but the defender arrived in the Midlands with an injury and is likely to miss tonight’s contest.
1-2 v Chelsea (H)
0-1 v Everton (A)
2-2 v Swansea (H)
0-2 v Oxford United (A) Friendly
0-2 v Celtic XI (A) Friendly
1-0 v Swansea City (A) Friendly
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