After a thrilling first leg in Italy, Wolves and Torino meet again with a place in the Europa League group stages on the line.
João Moutinho swung in a free-kick and Romain Saïss’ header deflected in off Bremer for an own goal right before halftime.
1-0 Wolves 45′
Adama Traoré’s cut-back found Diogo Jota who slotted home a second away goal just before the hour mark. Torino were back in it when Lorenzo De Silvestri heading in at the back post in about 89 seconds later. Then ten minutes later, Raúl Jiménez powered through and stroked home past Salvatore Sirigu to make it 3-1 to Wolves.
Andrea Belotti was brought down by Rúben Vinagre; penalty Torino, and Belotti stepped up and pulled one back 2-3 it finished at Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino.
Who will secure a ticket into the group stages?
Wolves vs Torino odds.
Wolverhampton vs Torino Full time result Wolverhampton 17/20
Wolverhampton vs Torino Result/Both teams score
Will Wolves make it to the group stages? After they finished seventh place last season, this is their first European campaign since way back in 1980.
They have dismissed Crusaders and FC Pyunik, 5-1 and 8-0 on aggregate respectively, playing a side from Serie A was going to be an entirely different game. Last Thursday’s 3-2 victory in Italy means they will be confident of progression.
Torino, found their first two qualifying rounds simply too easy after they past Hungarian side Debreceni VSC 7-1 on aggregate before thrashing Shakhtyor Soligorsk from Belarus 6-1 over the two legs.
Can Walter Mazzarri’s men come from behind to overcome this deficit?