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Here and now at Molineux: was 2017 the new ’72?

Premier League

13 H Sat 24 Nov 15:00 Huddersfield   

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12 A Sat 10 Nov 15:00 Arsenal  

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11 H Sat 3 Nov  15:00 Spurs     

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10 A Sat 27 Oct 15:00 Brighton

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 09 H Sat 20 Oct  15:00 Watford   

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08 A Sat 6 Oct 15:00 Crystal Palace  

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07 H Sat 29 Sep 15:00  Southampton

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06 A Sat 22 Sep15:00  Man Utd  

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05 H Sun 16 Sep 13:30  Burnley  Live on Sky   

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04 A Sat 1 Sep 15:00 West Ham  

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03 H Sat 25 Aug 12:30  Man City  Live on Sky      

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02 A Sat 18 Aug 15:00 Leicester City 2 Doherty (29'  og), Maddison (45' ), Vardy (Dismissed 66' ) Wolves 0

HT 2-0


Jamie Vardy was sent off after James Maddison scored on his home debut as Leicester held on with 10 men to beat Wolves at the King Power Stadium.  Vardy, who started the game after scoring as a substitute in the Foxes' Premier League opener against Manchester United, was dismissed on 66 minutes for a reckless challenge on Matt Doherty. Leicester already led by two goals at that point - Doherty inadvertently setting them on their way with an own goal he knew little about as he headed home a Marc Albrighton cross which took a flick off Conor Coady. Maddison, a £20m signing from Norwich, scored the second on the stroke of half-time with a well-placed finish from the edge of the area after referee Mike Dean allowed play to continue following a foul on Ricardo Pereira. Wolves had started the game strongly but failed to make the most of their opportunities, Joao Moutinho striking the crossbar with Kasper  Schmeichel beaten and Raul Jimenez hitting the post following a sharp turn. And Nuno Espirito Santo's side, for whom club record signing Adama Traore came on at half-time, could not capitalise on their extra man after Vardy's dismissal as their wait for a first Premier League victory since February 2012 goes  on. Victory should relieve some pressure on Leicester manager Claude Puel, who according to reports had been given two games to save his job.

Plenty of positives for Puel

Leicester began the season with an opening-day defeat at Old Trafford which, taken in isolation, should not have prompted too many questions about Puel's position.  However, the Frenchman was indeed quizzed about his future this week, saying "speculation from outside the club is not my concern". And with his side having won just one of their previous eight matches in the Premier League - losing six - this victory is an important one.  Puel made four changes to his side, giving Jonny Evans his debut following a £3.5m move from West Brom. A clean sheet - despite Wolves starting both halves brightly - suggests there is plenty of potential in the 30-year-old's central-defensive partnership with Harry Maguire.  Maddison, another summer arrival, again impressed with an authoritative performance, rounded off neatly with his first goal for the club. The 21-year-old grew in confidence with each minute that passed, and his composed finish from the edge of the area showed a maturity evident throughout much of his game.  But the loss of England international Vardy may hurt Leicester - though they closed this game out in a professional manner, it remains to be seen how they will cope in his absence through suspension.

Impressive Traore not enough for Wolves

Nuno's side began the season with plenty of optimism after a number of notable signings, including the £18m signing of Traore from Middlesbrough.  The Spaniard, who began his career at Barcelona, started on the bench but was introduced at half-time as Nuno sought a way back into the match.  The 22-year-old, who completed 132 more dribbles than any other player in the Championship last season, showed glimpses of his ability with signature surging runs that are sure to trouble top-flight defenders. Prior to his introduction, Wolves had made a lively start, matching the tempo of their entertaining draw with Everton in their first Premier League match since 2012. Schmeichel's goal frame was battered by Moutinho and Jimenez, and Leicester's defence was stretched, but the visitors could not find the net.  This was a lesson in taking your chances - and while they fought back twice against 10-man Everton last weekend, they could not take full advantage of a similar situation here.  But Wolves looked a threat throughout and will certainly offer plenty of entertainment in the Premier League this season.


Leicester

1Schmeichel 14Ricardo Pereira 6EvansBooked at 78' 15MaguireBooked at 90' 3Chilwell 24Mendy 25Ndidi 11Albrighton sub for Amarteyat 60' 10Maddison sub for Iheanachoat 82' 7Gray sub for Adrien Silvaat 82' 9VardyBooked at 66' Subs 5Morgan 8Iheanacho 12Ward 18Amartey 23Adrien Silva 28Fuchs 31Ghezzal

Wolves

11Rui Patrício 5Bennett 16Coady 15Boly 2Doherty sub for Gibbs-Whiteat 69'Booked  at 74' 28João Moutinho 8Neves 19Castro Otto 10Hélder Costa sub for Traoréat  5' 18Jota sub for Bonatiniat 45' 9Jiménez Subs 17Gibbs-White 21Ruddy 27Saïss 29Vinagre 30Hause 33Bonatini 37Traoré

Referee: Mike Dean Attendance: 32,043 3,200 WW


                 Leicester Wolves

Possession 43%    57%

Shots              6        11

Shots on Target 2   3

Corners         1          9

Fouls            10         8


Match ends, (LC) 2, Wolverhampton Wanderers 0.

Full Time 90'+7' Second Half ends, (LC) 2, Wolverhampton Wanderers 0.

90'+6' Adama Traoré (WW) wins a free kick in the attacking half. 90'+6' Foul by Wilfred Ndidi , (LC). Booking 90'+6' Harry Maguire , (LC) is shown the yellow card. 90'+5'  Foul by Jonny (WW). 90'+5' Adrien Silva , (LC) wins a free kick on the right wing. 90'+4' Attempt missed. Wilfred Ndidi , (LC) left footed shot from outside the box misses to the right. Assisted by Ben Chilwell. 90'+4' Attempt saved. Ben Chilwell , (LC) left footed shot from the left side of the box is saved in the bottom left corner. Assisted by Kelechi Iheanacho. 90' Foul by Ryan Bennett (WW). 90' Kelechi Iheanacho , (LC) wins a free kick on the left wing. 90' Foul by Raúl Jiménez (WW). 90' Nampalys Mendy , (LC) wins a free kick in the defensive half. 87' Corner, Wolverhampton Wanderers. Conceded by Wilfred Ndidi. 86' Jonny (WW) wins a free kick on the left wing. 86' Foul by Ricardo Pereira , (LC). 85' Attempt saved. Rúben Neves (WW) right footed shot from outside the box is saved in the top left corner. 83' Raúl Jiménez (WW) wins a free kick in the attacking half. 83' Foul by Wilfred Ndidi , (LC).  82' Sub, (LC). Kelechi Iheanacho replaces James Maddison.  82' Sub, (LC). Adrien Silva replaces Demarai Gray.  80' Jonny (WW) hits the left post with a left footed shot from a difficult angle on the left. Assisted by Raúl Jiménez. Booking 78' Jonny Evans , (LC) is shown the yellow card. 78' Foul by Ryan Bennett (WW). 78' James Maddison , (LC) wins a free kick on the left wing. 77' Attempt missed. Léo Bonatini (WW) header from the centre of the box is too high. Assisted by Adama Traoré with a cross. Booking 74' Morgan Gibbs-White (WW) is shown the yellow car sub for  a bad foul. 74' Foul by Morgan Gibbs-White (WW). 74'

James Maddison , (LC) wins a free kick in the defensive half. 71' Attempt missed. Léo Bonatini (WW) right footed shot from the centre of the box is high and wide to the right. Assisted by Adama Traoré with a cross. 70' Corner, Wolverhampton Wanderers. Conceded by Ben Chilwell. 69' Delay over. They are ready to continue.   69' Sub, Wolverhampton Wanderers. Morgan Gibbs-White replaces Matt Doherty because of an injury. 66' Delay in match Matt Doherty (WW) because of an injury.

Dismissal 66' Jamie Vardy , (LC) is shown the red card. 66' Foul by Jamie Vardy , (LC). 66' Matt Doherty (WW) wins a free kick in the defensive half.

60' Offside, Wolverhampton Wanderers. Conor Coady tries a through ball, but Raúl Jiménez is caught offside.  60' Sub, (LC). Daniel Amartey replaces Marc Albrighton. 58' Corner, Wolverhampton Wanderers. Conceded by Kasper Schmeichel. 58' Attempt saved. Raúl Jiménez (WW) right footed shot from the right side of the box is saved in the centre of the goal. Assisted by João Moutinho with a through ball. 57' Foul by Nampalys Mendy , (LC). 57' Adama Traoré (WW) wins a free kick in the attacking half. 54' Corner, Wolverhampton Wanderers. Conceded by Ben Chilwell. 52'  Attempt missed. Demarai Gray , (LC) left footed shot from outside the box misses to the left. Assisted by Wilfred Ndidi.  51' James Maddison , (LC) wins a free kick in the defensive half. 51' Foul by João Moutinho (WW). 48' Attempt missed. Rúben Neves (WW) right footed shot from outside the box is close, but misses to the left. Assisted by João Moutinho. 48' Attempt blocked. Raúl Jiménez (WW) right footed shot from the centre of the box is blocked. 46' Corner, Wolverhampton Wanderers. Conceded by Ben Chilwell.

Second Half  begins Leicester City 2, Wolverhampton Wanderers 0.

 45' Sub, Wolverhampton Wanderers. Léo Bonatini replaces Diogo Jota.  45' Sub, Wolverhampton Wanderers. Adama Traoré replaces Hélder Costa.

Half Time

          Leicester   Wolves

Possession  52% 48%

Shots                3        4

Shots on Target 1    1

Corners             1       4

Fouls                   5       2

45'+4' First Half ends, (LC) 2, Wolverhampton Wanderers 0.

45'+3' Attempt missed. Hélder Costa (WW) left footed shot from outside the box is too high. Assisted by Diogo Jota. Goal! 45' Goal! Leicester City 2, Wolverhampton Wanderers 0. James Maddison , (LC) right footed shot from outside the box to the bottom right corner. Assisted by Ricardo Pereira. 38' Diogo Jota (WW) wins a free kick on the left wing. 38' Foul by Nampalys Mendy , (LC). 38' Delay over. They are ready to continue. 35' Delay in match Rúben Neves (WW) because of an injury. 35' Rúben Neves (WW) wins a free kick in the defensive half. 35' Foul by James Maddison , (LC). 31' Ryan Bennett (WW) wins a free kick in the defensive half. 31' Foul by Demarai Gray , (LC). Goal! 29' Own Goal by Matt Doherty, Wolverhampton Wanderers. Leicester City 1, Wolverhampton Wanderers 0. 29' Attempt blocked. Wilfred Ndidi , (LC) right footed shot from outside the box is blocked.

29' Attempt blocked. Marc Albrighton , (LC) right footed shot from outside the box is blocked.  28' Foul by Rúben Neves (WW). 28' James Maddison , (LC) wins a free kick in the attacking half. 25' Foul by Rúben Neves (WW). 25' Wilfred Ndidi , (LC) wins a free kick in the attacking half. 21' Corner, Wolverhampton Wanderers. Conceded by Jonny Evans. 21' Raúl Jiménez (WW) hits the left post with a right footed shot from outside the box. Assisted by Jonny.  18' Foul by Ricardo Pereira , (LC). 18' Hélder Costa (WW) wins a free kick in the defensive half. 16' Corner, Wolverhampton Wanderers. Conceded by Marc Albrighton. 9' Corner, (LC). Conceded by Ryan Bennett. 6' Corner, Wolverhampton Wanderers. Conceded by Harry Maguire. 5' Corner, Wolverhampton Wanderers. Conceded by Demarai Gray. 4' Attempt blocked. Matt Doherty (WW) left footed shot from the centre of the box is blocked.  

3' João Moutinho (WW) hits the bar with a right footed shot from outside the box. Assisted by Jonny. 2' Foul by Demarai Gray , (LC). 2' Hélder Costa (WW) wins a free kick in the defensive half.  

Kick Off First Half begins.

Lineups are announced and players are warming up.

TEAM NEWS

Leicester will again be without Japanese forward Shinji Okazaki, who only recently resumed training after a post-World Cup break. Midfielder Matty James is out with a Achilles injury, while new signing Caglar Soyuncu is not match fit.

Wolves could hand a debut to club-record signing Adama Traore, but Belgian midfielder Leander Dendoncker will not be included.  Winger Ivan Cavaleiro remains sidelined by a troublesome back issue.

How did the Premier League debutants look on the opening weekend?

MOTD COMMENTATOR'S NOTES

@Guymowbray: With Jamie Vardy having signed a new contract, Harry Maguire about to, and a fresh new feel to the squad, all should be well in Leicester's world - shouldn't it?   Even in defeat at Manchester United last week there were signs that they're set for a decent season, with or without Claude Puel. Another loss in this one would only increase the chatter about his future, whether that's equitable or not.  I think the Foxes will secure another top-half finish, and that Wolves won't be far behind.  They've already served up one entertaining game on their Premier League return, and I can foresee something similar here.

VIEW FROM THE DUGOUT

Leicester City manager Claude Puel on his future: "I will be happy for my successor, he will have a good squad. My job is to build something with Leicester to continue to develop this club. Our work since the beginning of pre-season is interesting for the future."

Wolves head coach Nuno Espirito Santo: "Honestly, we believe there is no big change [going from the Championship to Premier League]. But we have to think about ourselves and prove to ourselves that we deserve to be here.  Our routines are the same. But we have to be better than we were last season."

LAWRO'S PREDICTION

Leicester lost to Manchester United in their opening game but they put in a decent performance. Wolves came from behind twice to draw with Everton last week and this is another big test for them. I'm expecting the Foxes to make a lot of chances.

Prediction: 2-1


Wolves midfielder Ruben Neves has scored seven league goals from outside the penalty box since the start of last season

MATCH FACTS

Head-to-head: This is only the third Premier League meeting between Leicester and Wolves and the first since a 0-0 draw in February 2004 at the King Power Stadium.  Leicester haven't beaten Wolves in the top flight since a 5-1 win at Filbert Street in December 1983 - Gary Lineker was among the scorers for the Foxes.  Wolves' last top-flight win at Leicester was a 2-1 victory in December 1971. The Foxes have only won three of the last 14 league and cup meetings between the clubs (D7, L4). The last meeting between the sides, in January 2013, ended in a 2-1 victory for Leicester.

Leicester City  

Leicester's first home game last season was also against a newly-promoted side - they beat Brighton 2-0. The Foxes have only recorded one victory in their last eight Premier League games (D1, L6).  They've also won just one of their last seven top-flight home games (D4, L2). That was May's 3-1 victory over Arsenal.  Leicester could lose their opening two Premier League games for just the third time, after 1994-95 and 2001-02. They were relegated in both of those seasons.

Jamie Vardy's next home goal with be his 50th at the King Power Stadium.

Wolverhampton Wanderers

Their only victory in the last 25 Premier League games was a 2-1 away win at QPR in February 2012 (D9, L15). Wolves could equal a club record of 16 top-flight games without a win, set in 1970.

Wolves' record league win came against Leicester, in a 10-1 victory in Division One in April 1938.

Last weekend Ruben Neves became the first player to score and assist on his Premier League debut since Chelsea's Alvaro Morata, 12 months earlier.

Wolves head coach Nuno Espirito Santo was in charge of Porto when they faced Leicester in the Champions League group stage in 2016. His side lost 1-0 at the King Power Stadium but won 5-0 at home.

 

01 H Sat 11 Aug 17:30  D 2-2 Everton  Live on BT

Wolves 2 Neves (44'), Jiménez (80') Everton 2 Richarlison (17', 67'), Jagielka (Dismissed at  40') HT 1-1

 

Everton manager Marco Silva said he "doesn't have doubts" about Richarlison after the £50m summer signing scored twice on his debut in an entertaining draw at Premier League newcomers Wolves. The Toffees - reduced to 10 men at the end of the first half when Phil Jagielka was sent off for a dangerous challenge on Diogo Jota - were left frustrated as Wolves twice fought back to claim a point. The signing of Brazilian winger Richarlison raised eyebrows in the summer, particularly since he endured a run of 28 games without a goal in 2017-18, last finding the net in November. But he repaid his manager's faith when he stabbed home his first from close range, before stroking in a delightful second to restore the lead.  Ruben Neves' free kick - from the tackle which saw Jagielka sent off - had brought Wolves level, and they eventually rescued a point when on-loan Benfica forward Raul Jimenez buried a header from Neves' cross with 10 minutes remaining.  

New Everton boss Marco Silva told BBC Sport: "I don't have doubts. Even when Richarlison doesn't score he works really hard to help his team. I'm sure the fans will be proud of him.  He did very well. He worked hard, which is what I expect from him." Richarlison said he would remember the day for "the rest of my life" Silva was sacked by Watford in January with the Hornets blaming Everton's interest for a downturn in form. The Toffees finally got their man this summer after dismissing Allardyce. The Portuguese's first signing was Richarlison from his former club and much was made about the fee. But it looks to be a shrewd move by Silva to link up again with the 21-year-old, who displayed his qualities inside and outside the box. Playing from the left, he posed a dangerous threat to Wolves wing-back Matt Doherty and his 13 sprints during his 86 minutes on the pitch was bettered only by team-mate Seamus Coleman (15

). Richarlison opened the scoring with an opportunistic strike as Wolves failed to clear a Leighton Baines free-kick into the box, while his second was a measured finish into the far corner. He also came close to making a goal when his knockdown fell nicely in the box for Theo Walcott, but the  former Arsenal man's scuffed shot failed to threaten Rui Patricio. Richarlison added: "I have to thank my colleagues because we had to run double with one player less, so it is a special day for me."  Everton would have been in a better position to claim all three points had Jagielka not been dismissed after losing control of the ball deep in his own half and catching Jota on the shin in trying recover possession. "Phil Jagielka's red card was a harsh decision," said Silva. "Not only the red card but they scored from the free-kick."

Wolves won the Championship with ease last season, claiming 99 points as they returned to the top flight for the first time since the 2011-12 campaign, when they finished bottom. They spent big money in the summer on eight recruits, helped by agent Jorge Mendes' contacts, including the signings of former Sporting Lisbon goalkeeper Patricio and international team-mate Joao Moutinho from Monaco. In all, manager Nuno Espirito Santo fielded five of his Portuguese compatriots - a Premier League record - and he will be pleased by the fighting spirit shown by his team. Although they struggled to impose themselves on the game early on, Wolves battled back to earn a point on a day when fellow promoted sides Fulham and Cardiff went down to 2-0 defeats. Nuno said: "We have character because we came back from a goal down twice, which is not easy. Today taught me that we can react to goals but we have a lot to improve. We have always known we have quality but we are in a growing process. It was the first time for a lot of us in the Premier League but we will get better and better." Ex-Porto captain Neves was one of the best players in the Championship last season and he impressed on his step up by scoring one goal and making the other. He looked comfortable in possession too - his 111 touches on the ball and 93 passes were more than any other player on the pitch - and he contributed defensively by winning the ball back six times. Neves said: "I am very happy to help the team achieve a point but we want to win games, mainly at home." Wolves have been tipped by many pundits to claim a top-half finish this season and they could well achieve that target after making a promising start to the new campaign.  

Jagielka challenge 'endangered' Jota BBC Match of the Day pundit Alan Shearer I thought it [Phil Jagielka's red card] was the correct decision. It's a poor touch he knows he's in trouble. It's endangered Diogo Jota and there's not too much argument. He uses excessive force and he's out of control. It's a straight leg and a red card. Whether you agree with the laws or not, that's the law.

Man of the match - Ruben Neves (Wolves).  Could Neves do it in the Premier League? He sure can. A brilliant all-round performance, which included a stunning free-kick

Wolves player's long wait - the stats Wolves are now seven league matches without a victory against Everton (D5 L2) since a 2-1 win in May 2004. Everton have drawn their past three opening day Premier League matches against newly promoted sides, also doing so in 2014-15 against Leicester City and 2015-16 against Watford - all finished 2-2. Richarlison found the net with his first two shots in the Premier League for Everton, having failed to score with any of his last 53 shots as a Watford player. Since the start of last season, Wolves midfielder Ruben Neves has scored more goals from outside the box than any other player in the top four tiers of English league football (seven). Everton's red card was their 90th in the Premier League - more than any other side. Wolves defender Matt Doherty made his second Premier League appearance - 2,513 days after his first in September 2011; only two outfield players have had a longer wait for their second appearances - Erik Nevland (3,667) and Darren Pratley (2,835).

Wolves

11Rui Patrício 5Bennett 16Coady 15Boly 2Doherty 28João Moutinho sub for Gibbs-Whiteat 85' 8Neves 19Castro Otto sub for Vinagreat 76' 10Hélder Costa sub for Bonatiniat 71' 9Jiménez 18Jota Substitutes 14Enobakhare 17Gibbs-White 21Ruddy 27Saïss 29Vinagre 30Hause 33Bonatini

Everton

1Pickford 23Coleman 6JagielkaBooked at 40' 4Keane 3Baines 18Schneiderlin 17Gueye 11Walcott 10G Sigurdsson sub for Holgateat 43' 30RicharlisonBooked at 14mins sub for Digneat 86' 14Tosun sub for Niasseat 81' Substitutes 2Holgate 9Ramírez 12Digne 19Niasse 22Stekelenburg 26Davies 29Calvert-Lewin

Referee: Craig Pawson Attendance: 31,231

                   Wolves  Everton

Possession 57% 43%

Shots            11       6

Shots on Target 4 5

Corners        3         6

Fouls             8         7

Match ends, Wolverhampton Wanderers 2, Everton 2.

Full Time 90'+5' Second Half ends, Wolverhampton Wanderers 2, Everton 2.

90'+5' Attempt missed. Diogo Jota (WW) right footed shot from outside the box is too high. Assisted by Ryan Bennett. 90'+3' Foul by Diogo Jota (WW). 90'+3' Morgan Schneiderlin (E) wins a free kick in the defensive half. 90'+2' Rúben Neves (WW) wins a free kick in the defensive half. 90'+2' Foul by Lucas Digne (E). 87' Offside, (WW) Morgan Gibbs-White tries a through ball, but Raúl Jiménez is caught offside. 86' Delay over. They are ready to continue. 86' Sub, Everton. Lucas Digne replaces Richarlison because of an injury. 85' Delay in match Richarlison (E) because of an injury. 85' Sub, (WW) Morgan Gibbs-White  replaces João Moutinho. 81' Sub, Everton. Oumar Niasse replaces Cenk Tosun. Goal!

80' Goal! Wolverhampton Wanderers 2, Everton 2. Raúl Jiménez (WW) header from the centre of the box to the bottom right corner. Assisted by Rúben Neves with a cross.

77' Corner, (WW) Conceded by Michael Keane. 77' Attempt blocked. Raúl Jiménez (WW) right footed shot from the centre of the box is blocked. Assisted by Matt Doherty with a cross. 77' Rúben Neves (WW) wins a free kick in the defensive half. 77' Foul by Morgan Schneiderlin (E). 76' Sub, (WW) Rúben Vinagre replaces Jonny. 75' Attempt missed. Jonny (WW) right footed shot from outside the box is high and wide to the right. 74' Foul by Ryan Bennett (WW). 74' Cenk Tosun (E) wins a free kick in the defensive half. 72' Corner, (WW) Conceded by Mason Holgate. 71' Sub, (WW) Léo Bonatini replaces Hélder Costa. 71' Raúl Jiménez (WW) wins a free kick in the defensive half. 71' Foul by Morgan Schneiderlin (E). Goal! 67' Goal! Wolverhampton Wanderers 1, Everton 2. Richarlison (E) right footed shot from the left side of the box to the bottom right corner. Assisted by Cenk Tosun. 66' Attempt blocked. Rúben Neves (WW) right footed shot from outside the box is blocked. 63' Foul by Hélder Costa (WW). 63' Mason Holgate (E) wins a free kick on the right wing. 60' Attempt saved. Raúl Jiménez (WW) right footed shot from the right side of the box is saved in the centre of the goal. Assisted by Ryan Bennett. 59' Attempt missed. Michael Keane (E) header from the centre of the box misses to the right. Assisted by Leighton Baines with a cross following a corner. 58' Corner, Everton. Conceded by Rui Patrício. 58' Attempt saved. Cenk Tosun (E) right footed shot from outside the box is saved in the bottom right corner. 58' Attempt missed. Rúben Neves (WW) right footed shot from outside the box is high and wide to the right. 52' Foul by Diogo Jota (WW). 52' Seamus Coleman (E) wins a free kick in the defensive half. 50' Offside, Everton. Seamus Coleman tries a through ball, but Theo Walcott is caught offside. 49' Corner, Everton conceded by Matt Doherty.

Second Half

Second Half begins Wolverhampton Wanderers 1, Everton 1.

Half Time 45'+4' First Half ends, Wolverhampton Wanderers 1, Everton 1. 45'+4' Attempt saved. Michael Keane (E) header from the centre of the box is saved in the bottom left corner. Assisted by Leighton Baines with a cross. 45'+4' Corner, Everton. Conceded by João Moutinho. 45'+3' Corner, Everton. Conceded by Jonny. Goal!

44' Goal! Wolverhampton Wanderers 1, Everton 1. Rúben Neves (WW) from a free kick with a right footed shot to the top right corner.

44' Delay over. They are ready to continue. 43' Sub, Everton. Mason Holgate replaces Gylfi Sigurdsson. 41' Delay in match Diogo Jota (WW) because of an injury. Dismissal 40' Phil Jagielka (E) is shown the red card. 40' Diogo Jota (WW) wins a free kick in the attacking half. 40' Foul by Phil Jagielka (E).

40' Offside, Everton. Cenk Tosun tries a through ball, but Gylfi Sigurdsson is caught offside. 39' Attempt saved. Hélder Costa (WW) left footed shot from outside the box is saved in the bottom right corner. Assisted by Raúl Jiménez with a headed pass. 37' Attempt missed. Hélder Costa (WW) left footed shot from outside the box misses to the right. 35' Hélder Costa (WW) wins a free kick in the defensive half. 35' Foul by Gylfi Sigurdsson (E). 34' Foul by Rúben Neves (WW). 34' Richarlison (E) wins a free kick on the left wing. 33' Foul by Jonny (WW). 33' Seamus Coleman (E) wins a free kick in the defensive half. 22' Attempt missed. João Moutinho (WW) right footed shot from outside the box is too high. Goal!  17' Goal! Wolverhampton Wanderers 0, Everton 1. Richarlison (E) right footed shot from very close range to the centre of the goal. Assisted by Michael Keane following a set piece situation. 16' Foul by Matt Doherty (WW). 16' Richarlison (E) wins a free kick on the left wing. Booking 14' Richarlison (E) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul. 14' João Moutinho (WW) wins a free kick in the defensive half. 14' Foul by Richarlison (E). 11' Attempt saved. Seamus Coleman (E) left footed shot from the right side of the box  is saved in the centre of the goal. 10' Offside, Everton. Gylfi Sigurdsson tries a through ball, but Leighton Baines is caught offside.  8' Corner, Everton. Conceded by Ryan Bennett. 5' Corner, (WW) Conceded by Theo Walcott. 4' Jonny (WW) wins a free kick in the defensive half. 4' Foul by Theo Walcott (E). 2' Offside, (WW) Rúben Neves tries a through ball, but Raúl Jiménez is caught offside. 1' Corner, Everton. Conceded by Ryan Bennett. 1' Richarlison (E) wins a free kick in the attacking half. 1' Foul by Ryan Bennett (WW).

Kick Off First Half begins.

 Grahram Hughes stand is reopened.

  





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Match

Day

Date

KO

Sky

HOME

Score

Score

AWAY

Pts

Cum

Posn

GD

report

2018-19 Pre Season Friendlies

December 2018-February 2019


March 2019-May 2019



1

Sat

11 August

17:30

BT

Wolves

2

2

Everton

1

1

9

0

Toffees H

2

Sat

18 August

15:00


Leicester  

2

0

Wolves

0

1

14

-2

Foxes A

3

Sat

25 August

15:00

Sky

Wolves



Man City  





ManC H

4

Sat

1 September

15:00


West Ham



Wolves





Hammers A

5

Sun

16 September

15:00

Sky

Wolves



Burnley  





Clarets A

6

Sat

22 September

15:00


Man Utd  



Wolves





ManU H

7

Sat

29 September

15:00


Wolves



Saints  





Saints H

8

Sat

6 October

15:00


Crystal Palace  



Wolves





Palace A

9

Sat

20 October

15:00


Wolves



Watford  





Hornets H

10

Sat

27 October

15:00


Brighton & HA  



Wolves





Seagulls A

11

Sat

3 November

15:00


Wolves



Spurs  





Spurs H

12

Sat

10 November

15:00


Arsenal  



Wolves





Gooners A

13

Sat

24 November

15:00


Wolves



Huddersfield  





Terriers H

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