Thank you and goodbye!
Full-time: Wolves win!!!
The Lage era is taking shape and Coventry look promising ahead of the fresh campaign.
90+1' Emphatic finish to the game?
90' Added time
89' Swift offensive chance
89' An enjoyable campaign ahead for the Sky Blues?
87' Possession retained
This is the perfect opportunity to work on ball retention and the closing down of a game, something that will need to be polished ahead of a plethora of Premier League games.
85' Defensive solidity
They are hard to break down and don't offer many clear openings.
82' Sloppiness emerging
80' Excellent from Cutrone
His advances are cut out however, before the danger becomes imminent.
Waghorn is off for Coventry, replaced by Ryan Howley.
76' Adama's absense felt
The lack of Traore's skill can be felt as Wolves take their foot off the gas in the closing stages.
74' Coventry attempt
The linesman then flags for offside and it wouldn't have counted anyway.
72' Fitness being maintained
There really has been plenty of desire and sharpness, this match resembles more of a FA Cup encounter to a pre-season friendly.
69' 20 minutes to go..
Wolves have regained composure and will be confident of securing victory in Coventry.
64' BIG CHANCE!
Tyler Walker's first touch off the game should be an equaliser after a cross results in all but a tap in to secure a level score.
Instead, the ball begrudgingly dribbles wide for the home team.
63' Wolves fading?
The match is opening up and Wolves need to take control once again.
62' Coventry changes
Easily dealt with as a host of changes appear to take place...
60' Thrilling five minutes
Wolves are now retaining possession and probing for a third after a frenetic phase that resulted in a goal for both teams.
He smacks the ball into the left side pop the net, sending Ruddy the wrong way. Game on!
It's not great, I must say. Hoever makes a sloppy mistake and brings the Coventry forward down in the box. Penalty!
Gibbs-White slips the ball to Neves, who sees his deflected strike defeat Coventry's defence and finds the back of the net.
55' Dangerous free kick
The right decision..?!
52' Big chance!
51' Forward approach in yellow
48' Triangular approach
Coventry with a single change - Pape Souare (officially trialist B, not A as previously assumed) takes to the field.
No further changes for Wolves at the break.
Second half to commence shortly
Will Wolves score multiple goals in a match for the first time this pre-season? Will Coventry score their first goal since the previous term's culmination?
Pinpoint from splendid Silva
Wolves look assured considering this is a second match in as many days; two injuries to Mosquera and Bueno have also affected the matches flow.
45+2' One final break?
Hamer plays in a delightful ball that agonisingly evades Waghorn.
45' Added time.
Neves takes a ranged shot which he sees comfortably saved.
44' Penalty appeal?
Play continues and young forward Campbell is now on to fill in at left-back!
43' Forced change of shape
Gibbs-White is now on the floor after Traore breaks once again, but he looks to be okay.
40' Another injury!?
The medical staff are earning their money today, and it appears Bueno won't be able to continue.
Official account full of praise
37' Exceptional play from Traore
His pass is served to Gibbs-White who watches his effort drive above the goal.
36' Coventry probing
Bueno enters on the left flank whilst Ait-Nouri switches to the right.
33' Lage satisfied?
They have shown offensive promise and defensive resilience which will only be aptly sharpened as the season takes place.
30' Injury for the Wanderers?
The Columbian defender exits down the tunnel and it appears that's his day concluded.
28' Both teams finding success
As I say this... Coventry have their best break of the match with Victor Gyokeres driven effort whistling wide.
25, Lage animated
24' Nice play from Neves
22' Desire is clear
An exquisite ball is then played over the top for Coventry and dealt with by the young Wolves defender Yerson Mosquera!
20' Corners in abundance
Once again, Wolves deal with the danger before scrappy passing results in a loss of possession.
Gibbs-White anticipates the move, but cannot get his leg in the way to ensure a tap-in.
16' Lage's side standing strong
14' Jimenez heralded by away support
He may not be on the pitch but it is clear the striker is beloved in a way that evades most football players.
12' Adama impressing
Silva is also getting into some promising positions; the young forward looks a real talent!
Elation from Tim Spiers
8' Quick chance for Coventry?!
The forward can only see his effort dinked wide under pressure from the defending side.
6' GOAL FOR WOLVES
Gibbs-White swings the corner in to Traore whose deflected effort is rebounded into the box and on a plate for the prodigious Silva! 1-0!
6' Coventry imposing authority but Wolves break !
As I write, Adama Traore plays in a ball which is headed by Silva, and a deflection results in the away sides first corner.
3' Another corner
Martin Waghorn's corner is easily dealt with and results in a third corner; the effort is timid and dealt with by veteran Ruddy.
2' Chance for Cov
Corner to Coventry.
The home side starts proceedings and play a long ball forwards, to no avail.
Both managers have named strong line-ups, expect a well-contested clash here today.
Fans awaiting kick-off
Pivotal season for Gibbs-White?
10 minutes to go !
The teams are out on the pitch and warming up ahead of a potentially enticing few hours of football.
The home side take to the pitch..
Half-hour to kick-off!
Will talismanic figures such as Fabio Silva and Adama Traore inspire Wolves to victory today?
A familiar Premier League face?
Souare played 63 matches for the Eagles during his spell in London, registering three assists.
Pre-season form guide
Both sides in need of a convincing victory today to aid their fortunes?
VAVEL in the building!
Coventry raring to go!
The Lage era takes shape.
Promising signs in yesterdays draw!
Kick off at 13:00 !
The Wanderers drew 1-1 yesterday against Stoke City, with Raul Jimenez netting his first strike since his return from a lengthy injury.
Coventry City v Wolverhampton Wanderers LIVE updates, right here!
We'll be back tomorrow at midday, see you then!
What time does the match kick-off?
VAVEL will begin coverage of the fixture one hour before kick off.
Coventry v Wolves match prediction
The sides will look for fluidity and sharpness above searching for goals in abundance.
Memorable encounter: 'Midlands match of the century'
Pivotal player for Wolves
The endeared talisman has scored 48 goals for Wolves in 110 appearances, and will be a welcome return for the forthcoming season.
Pivotal player for Coventry
Walker scored seven times in 31 league appearances last season as the team finished 16th on their return to the Sky Bet Championship.
Wolves have Celta Vigo yet to play, and - if the past two matches are anything to go by - Lage will rotate multiple players to continue boosting the fitness of his team.
Another positive step to begin the Lage era?
Consecutive wins would certainly aid the squad in establishing cohesion and a winning mentality.
Can Coventry turn fortunes around?
After defeats to spanish outfit Sevilla, and lower-league opposition Cheltenham Town and Mansfield Town, Coventry will certainly welcome a boost in confidence should they prevail against Wolves tomorrow.
How can I watch the match?
Additionally, Coventry City TV will be streaming the match in its entirety and can be purchased through their official site.
Wolves take a trip to Coventry
Coventry will be able to welcome fans back to the ground after previously sharing Birmingham City’s St Andrew Stadium.
Welcome to VAVEL's Coverage of the pre-season friendly match: Coventry City v Wolverhampton Wanderers
I'll be guiding you through the encounter as Bruno Lage hopes to further shape his squad ahead of what is sure to be an enticing campaign for Wolves!
Plenty of tenacity and determination resulted in a thoroughly enjoyable game. Enjoy your weekend, folks!