The Catalan team fell thrashed 4-0 in English in the first leg that leaves them practically outside Europe
RCD Espanyol receives Wolverhampton on Thursday at RCDE Stadium in the second leg of the European League’s round of 16. A major challenge for the ‘parakeets’, who seek to give the bell after 4-0 of the first leg that practically leaves them out of Europe.
· Spanish: Andrés Prieto; Víctor Gómez, Naldo, Calero, Pedrosa, Melendo, Víctor Sánchez, David López, Sergi Darder, Vargas and Calleri.
Wolves: Willy Boly, Coady, Kilman, Doherty, Dendonker, Moutinho, Gibbs-Wite, Vinegar, Adama and Podence.