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Rúben Neves
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M. Holgate
A. Doucouré
André Gomes
G. Sigurðsson
Nélson Semedo
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G. Sigurðsson
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41% 59%
Shots Off Target
Shots On Target 4 3
Total Passes 377 528
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That's all for now though, goodbye!
The result means that Everton move up to eighth in the table - they'll now hope that seventh-place West Ham slip up against West Brom later today. Wolves, meanwhile, remain 12th.
Richarlison's header secures a vital 1-0 win to keep Everton's hopes of European qualification alive. The first half was a drab affair, where set-pieces provided the only glimpses at goal. Gibbs-White and Traore both narrowly missed after latching onto corners for Wolves, while Richarlison also wasted a big chance from a set-piece. However, the game opened up in the second half when Richarlison guided Sigurdsson's corner beyond Ruddy to give the hosts the lead. From there both Coleman and Sigurdsson could have made it more comfortable for Everton, but they held on to grab an important three points.     
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90' + 5' FULL TIME: Everton 1-0 Wolves
90' + 3' Everton continue to frustrate the visitors as Ait Nouri has a cross blocked by Digne.
90' + 2' Four minutes of stoppage time are added on.
M. Holgate
A. Doucouré
90' Another change for Everton as Doucoure goes off for Holgate.
90' Traore shimmies to the byline once again, but his eventual cross is plucked confidently out the air by Pickford.    
89' Richarlison leads another counter-attack down the left flank, before whipping in a low cross that Calvert-Lewin diverts comfortably wide of the far post.   
88' Wolves are still hunting for an equaliser, but Everton are shutting this game down effectively right now.
André Gomes
G. Sigurðsson
86' Everton slow the game down with another sub - this time, Sigurdsson is replaced by Gomes.
83' Sigurdsson goes close again! The midfielder lets fly from distance once more, and this time his 25-yard effort arcs narrowly wide of the far post!    
T. Davies
S. Coleman
82' Everton make a change too - Coleman makes way for Davies.
João Moutinho
80' Moutinho also makes way, with Vitinha coming on.
L. Dendoncker
W. Boly
80' Wolves make two more changes: the first sees Boly depart for Dendoncker.
Nélson Semedo
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80' Semedo is shown a yellow card after barging Richarlison over to stop a break.
79' Traore jinks past both Godfrey and Coleman to get to the byline, before Doucoure deflects his cross behind. VAR checks for a possible handball, but no penalty is awarded and eventually the set-piece amounts to nothing.   
77' Inches wide! Sigurdsson pounces on Neves' clearance, before bending a swerving effort from 25 yards that spins just wide of the top right corner!  
74' The visitors work a neat corner short, but Pickford sails out to claim Moutinho's eventual delivery.   
72' Chance! Richarlison slips Calvert-Lewin in behind the Wolves defence with a crisp throughball, but the angle's too tight for the striker and he can only hit his eight-yard effort straight at Ruddy!  
70' Keane heads Sigurdsson's deep free-kick across goal and it looks ominous for Wolves until Kilman heads it away inside the six-yard box.
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M. Gibbs-White
68' Gibbs-White is replaced by Willian Jose as Wolves continue to chase an equaliser.   
66' Neves slides a throughball towards Semedo, but the wing-back can't quite reach it and it races out of play. Wolves can't quite create a clear shooting opportunity at the moment.  
64' Keane makes a brilliant intervention to slide in and dispossess Traore, just as the attacker began motoring down the right flank to lead a counter-attack.   
62' Ait Nouri is down after a heavy aerial challenge from Godfrey, but he should be able to continue.   
60' Wolves enjoy a long spell of possession inside the Everton half as they attempt to haul themselves back into this game.    
58' Traore and Gibbs-White do offer Wolves hope of getting back into this game though. The attacking duo have had five shots between them so far and they've looked lively going forward.  
56' This half has been much more open than the first, with both teams attacking with far less caution.  
54' Brilliant from Traore! The Wolves attacker slaloms past three challenges, before entering the box at an angle and drilling an 18-yard shot straight at Pickford! It was a mazy run that just needed a better finish!   
52' Sigurdsson now has a fierce shot blocked from 20 yards. Everton look like a completely different team all of a sudden!
50' Almost a second! Everton hit Wolves on the break, as Richarlison squares it to Calvert-Lewin who miskicks from eight yards, only for it to run to Coleman who drills it across goal and narrowly wide via a deflection!   
G. Sigurðsson
48' That was an excellent delivery from Sigurdsson. It was whipped with plenty of pace towards the near post, and it ensured that Richarlison only had to guide it beyond Ruddy rather than having to generate power.   
48' RICHARLISON! 1-0! Sigurdsson's outswinging corner is met by Richarlison at the near post, where the attacker beats Boly to the ball before directing a powerful header across Ruddy and into the top left corner!
46' Everton get the second half underway.
A draw doesn't help Everton all that much today and you'd imagine they'd commit to a more attacking style in the second half.   
This game remains finely poised at 0-0 heading into the break. Both teams struggled to carve out chances and set-pieces provided most of the exciting moments in that half. Wolves went close through Gibbs-White and Traore after picking up on the loose ball from corners, while Everton had a huge opportunity when Richarlison's shot deflected wide from close range. Aside from that, both teams have been nullified and there'll be much to work on in the second half. 
45' + 1' HALF TIME: Everton 0-0 Wolves
45' Moutinho drags a low shot wide from 25 yards.    
43' Everton have just started to grow into this game before half time.
41' Huge chance! Wolves struggle to clear Sigurdsson's corner at the near post and it falls to Richarlison, whose scruffy finish from close range deflects inches wide!   
39' Digne drills in a low cross that finds its way to Godfrey on the edge of the area, whose powerful effort ricochets neatly off Kilman and into the arms of Ruddy.    
37' Coady catches Calvert-Lewin with a late challenge to stop a counter-attack and surprisingly avoids a yellow card. The resulting set-piece amounts to nothing.  
35' Wolves are building the pressure on Everton right now and the hosts will be desperate to ride this out and regroup after half time.
33' Another chance for Wolves! Traore pounces on a loose ball following Moutinho's corner, before punting a powerful effort from eight yards that forces Pickford into a reflex save!  
31' Close! Traore finds Silva inside the box and the striker swivels, hitting an eight-yard shot that flicks off Mina before looping agonisingly over the bar. 
29' Coleman's 25-yard shot is charged down by Coady.
27' Everton continue to patiently move the ball around in midfield, but they're struggling to make any inroads.     
25' Everton's home form has come under fire recently - they've lost nine games at Goodison Park to equal their highest tally in a league campaign. And with just two shots in total so far, it looks like the malaise could continue.    
23' Neither side has been able to gain the upper hand so far and there have been few chances. Wolves have had plenty of set-pieces, but they've failed to make any of them count.      
20' Moutinho's testing delivery towards the back post is headed behind by Godfrey, under pressure from Boly.
18' Calvert-Lewin harmlessly nods Sigurdsson's corner straight at Ruddy at the back post. The striker just couldn't get the necessary power on that effort.    
16' Close! Moutinho's corner is headed out towards Gibbs-White, who replies with a vicious 25-yard volley that forces Pickford into an acrobatic leap to tip it around the post!   
14' Mina's long, searching pass over the top to Calvert-Lewin drifts harmlessly behind for a goal kick.   
12' Richarlison meets Allan's pacy cross 10 yards out, but he can only guide his header straight into the hands of Ruddy.
10' Everton enjoy a long spell of harmless possession as they attempt to settle into this game.   
8' Semedo forces a corner as Wolves continue their bright start. However, Moutinho's delivery is headed away easily at the near post.    
6' Moutinho's deep cross is comfortably cleared by Richarlison on the edge of the box.  
4' Wolves striker Silva will be hoping to have a better time in front of goal today. In their 2-0 defeat to Spurs, Silva had seven shots without scoring, with only Andy Keogh against Hull City in August 2009 having more in a Premier League match for the club without finding the net (eight shots).
2' Traore robs Allan to kickstart a counter-attack for the visitors, but Godfrey gets back to block Gibbs-White's cross out of play.  
1' Wolves get the first half underway.   
The players are emerging from the tunnel and kick off is just seconds away!
Everton are looking to complete their first league double over Wolves since the 1975-76 campaign, following their 2-1 win in the reverse fixture in January.
Wolves make four changes after losing 2-0 to Tottenham: Patricio, Hoever, Dendoncker and Vitinha drop out for Ruddy, Kilman, Ait Nouri and Neves.
Everton make two changes following their disappointing defeat to Sheffield United: James Rodriguez is ruled out through injury meaning Sigurdsson comes into the side, while Holgate is replaced by Mina in defence.
SUBS: Andreas Sondergaard, Vitinha, Leander Dendoncker, Marcal, Willian Jose, Ki-Jana Hoever, Rui Patricio.
WOLVES (3-4-3): John Ruddy; Willy Boly, Conor Coady, Max Kilman; Nelson Semedo, Ruben Neves, Joao Moutinho, Rayan Ait Nouri; Adama Traore, Fabio Silva, Morgan Gibbs-White.
SUBS: Bernard, Alex Iwobi, Tom Davies, Andre Gomes, Joshua King, Robin Olsen, Niels Nkounkou, Mason Holgate, Fabian Delph.
EVERTON (4-4-2): Jordan Pickford; Ben Godfrey, Yerry Mina, Michael Keane, Lucas Digne; Seamus Coleman, Abdoulaye Doucoure, Allan, Gylfi Sigurdsson; Richarlison, Dominic Calvert-Lewin.
Wolves, meanwhile, are safely placed in 12th but they’ll be looking to end an underwhelming season with a flourish and lift themselves going into the next campaign.
Hello and welcome to live commentary of this Premier League fixture between Everton and Wolves. Everton enter this one in ninth with slender hopes of qualifying for Europe on the line – they’ll need to win today to put any pressure on the teams above them.