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90' + 5'
K. Hoever
Yellow Card
Nélson Semedo
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M. Keane
André Gomes
1 - 2
Rúben Neves
R. Aït Nouri
1 - 1
A. Iwobi
L. Digne
0 - 1

Match Stats

52% 47%
Shots Off Target
Shots On Target 3 3
Total Passes 558 500
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That's all for now. Until next time, goodbye!
The win takes Everton into fourth place, four points off pace-setters Manchester United, who have beaten Burnley at Turf Moor. Wolves, meanwhile, are in 14th place after 18 games.
A hard-fought win for Everton, who have overcome Wolves thanks to Keane's late header. It's the Toffees' first win over Nuno's Wolves side, who hit back through Neves' after Iwobi's early opener. It finishes 2-1 to the visitors at Molinuex.
K. Hoever
Yellow Card
90' + 5' Coleman dives to win a vital header, with Richarlison connecting onto it and rushing out wide, drawing a foul from Hoever, who goes into the book.
90' + 4' That was the chance to wrap it up for Everton! Richarlison got free, but instead of taking on an early shot, attempted to beat Coady, and Wolves’ defence recovered.
90' + 3' CHANCE! Another opportunity for Dendoncker, who meets the outswinging corner but sends his header wide. Mina and Hoever clashed just ahead of him, and perhaps that put him off.
90' + 2' A big chance here for Wolves, as Holgate diverts Neto’s attempted cross out for a corner. Can the hosts snatch something?
90' + 1' There will be five minutes of added time.
90' Clever play from Everton, with Keane rushing up to win a header and keep Wolves penned in down in the corner.
Nélson Semedo
Yellow Card
89' A slack pass from a Wolves attacker lets Everton off the hook, and Richarlison latches onto it, with Semedo drawn into a foul.
88' The intent from Everton is clear. They are sitting deep, keeping their shape, and the onus is on Wolves to find an opening.
S. Coleman
J. Rodríguez
86' Everton make a defensive change. James makes way, with Coleman coming on.
João Moutinho
86' Another change for Wolves. Vitinha is on for Moutinho.
85' SO CLOSE! Everton very nearly paid the price! Neves curls a superb strike around the wall. Pickford is beaten, but the corner of the post and crossbar comes to Everton’s rescue.
84' That’s a silly foul from Doucoure, who handles on the edge of Everton’s box, giving Neves the perfect chance to strike, 22 yards out.
83' Wolves get a corner, despite Neto’s shot appearing to have come off Cutrone last. However, Moutinho’s cross is cleared by Richarlison, and Digne then allows Ait Nouri’s delivery roll out of play.
81' Keane plays a sloppy pass out from the back which puts Everton on the back foot. However, the centre-back atones by clearing Hoever’s cross.
80' Everton have now scored nine headers in the league this season, more than any other side.
P. Cutrone
Fábio Silva
78' Cutrone is now on for Wolves, replacing Silva.
André Gomes
77' Gomes was in poor form against Rotherham on Saturday but that cross was superb. A real confidence booster for Everton, can they hold on, or will Wolves find a way back? The hosts are no strangers to a late goal this season.
M. Keane
77' GOOAAALLL!!! Everton retake the lead! Wolves fail to clear their lines from the corner and Gomes latches onto the loose ball. The ex-Barcelona man floats in a wonderful cross from the left, and Keane is on hand to power home a brilliant header. It’s Wolves 1-2 Everton!
G. Sigurðsson
76' Here is that Everton change, with Richarlison on in place of Sigurdsson.
75' Everton are control possession for a sustained spell and Gomes eventually slides a great pass into James. He lays it back towards Iwobi, but the winger’s shot is blocked at the vital moment.
73' Everton’s Richarlison has scored four Premier League goals in four appearances against Wolves, including a brace at Molineux in August 2018, and he appears set to come on shortly. Wolves are also readying a change, with Cutrone about to come on.
70' Wolves go short from the free-kick, with the ball worked back to Neves. He takes a first touch to set himself and unleashes a wicked half-volley. Pickford has to dive to his right, but the ball drops just over.
M. Holgate
Yellow Card
69' Holgate us booked after he lunges in on Neves.
68' Digne gets isolated against Semedo, but times his challenge well and gets it out for a corner, from which Everton clear their lines at the second attempt.
66' Holgate again whips in a decent cross, but once more there is only Sigurdsson to aim for. Surely Ancelotti has to be turning to his attacking options soon.
K. Hoever
M. Gibbs-White
64' Gibbs-White has gone off for the hosts, with former Liverpool defender Hoever coming on, suggesting a switch in shape.
André Gomes
T. Davies
64' A change for each side, now. First, Gomes replaces Davies for Everton.
62' Holgate clips in an early cross which, had Calvert-Lewin been on the end of it, may well have resulted in a chance. Instead, however, it was Sigurdsson trying, and failing, to get there.
60' James is consistently dropping into space when Everton have possession, but he simply has no players ahead of him who are making penetrating runs.
58' James switches the play crisply to Iwobi, who tries to free the overlapping Holgate. Silva gets back to challenge, however, and stewards the ball out for a goal-kick.
56' Neto is back on the pitch and has just committed a foul of his own, bringing down James.
54' Moutinho drops in an inviting free-kick. Dendoncker gets on the end of it but, under pressure from Keane, heads over.
52' Neto is back on his feet after receiving treatment. It looks like he’ll attempt to carry on.
51' The concern for Wolves is that Neto is still down, clutching his knee. It was a robust tackle from Doucoure, but the forward’s landing has appeared to do most of the damage.
A. Doucouré
Yellow Card
50' Doucoure has received a booking for a foul on Neto, and that means he will miss Everton's next league match.
49' Everton break down the left, but once again their problem comes when Digne looks up and he has nobody to find in the area. He tries to force a corner, but Neves gets across to make a strong challenge. Wolves look to counter, but Godfrey puts on the afterburners to get there ahead of Neto.
47' A hefty tackle from Iwobi gives Wolves a free-kick. They take it short, with Neto drilling a great ball which Davies turns behind for a corner.
46' KICK-OFF! We are back up and running, with Wolves getting the second half started.
This might be a match which is decided by a substitute. Everton have Richarlison on their bench and, if the forward is fit enough to offer 30 minutes, surely Ancelotti will turn to him soon, given the quality that Digne is producing. Wolves, meanwhile, have looked dangerous when they have got Neto and Semedo into attacking positions, while Neves has looked back to his best in midfield.
It’s all square at the break at Molineux. Everton raced ahead through Iwobi’s first league goal of the season, but Neves’ volley restored parity in what has been an entertaining tussle.
45' Digne does brilliantly to square up Semedo and drill in a wonderful cross. Ait Nouri clears it for a corner, but he was under little pressure, as James had been unable to get there. If Everton could get Richarlison on in the second half, then that route to goal seems their most likely threat.
44' That’s a half-chance for Wolves! Gibbs-White breaks from midfield and release Ait Nouri, who drills it across to Dendoncker, but his first-time strike slices wide.
41' As expected, Everton’s major issue is stretching Wolves’ defence. James drops off, but his pass aimed for Doucoure is poor, and Sigurdsson doesn’t have the pace to recover possession or press Patricio.
39' Wolves are winless in their last four Premier League games (D2 L2), last having a longer run between May-September 2019 (seven).
37' Semedo is making some excellent runs down the right, and seems to have the beating of Digne on pace. Godfrey is getting caught too, and it looks to be an area that Wolves are aiming to exploit as much as possible.
36' Wolves catch Everton on the break and Godfrey – who is playing as a hybrid between left-back and centre-back – charges into Gibbs-White to end the move.
33' Wolves certainly look more comfortable in possession in midfield, with Neves and Moutinho seeing plenty of the ball. Everton are remaining in their shape, but when Wolves get it wide, they are creating overloads. Semedo lofts in a cross, but Silva is caught on his back foot and the chance goes begging.
31' Everton work a decent move down the right, as Iwobi slips it through to Doucoure. He tries to squeeze a pass into the danger area, but he only has James to aim for and the Colombian is easily crowded out.
29' Wolves have had more shots following a fast break than any other side in the Premier League this season (13), and when Everton do get caught upfield, Nuno's team are looking extremely dangerous.
27' Neto fools Iwobi with a neat dummy and shapes in a cross with his left foot. It floats to the back post, but Silva can only help it out.
25' Full of confidence, Neves takes on a shot from distance. It had plenty of dip on it, but appeared to be heading wide. Pickford, however, seemed to misjudge it, and Everton now have to defend a corner.
23' After that spell of Wolves pressure, Everton have managed to hold the ball upfield. However, a stray James pass hands it back to the hosts and the away side just do not have the pace or energy up top to press, so have to drop back into a defensive shell.
21' Wolves race down the other end and they nearly take the lead! The ball falls back to Neto, whose strike appeared to be goalbound, but Keane gets a last-ditch block on it.
20' CHANCE! That could easily have been a second for Iwobi. He played a great one-two with James, but then failed to beat Patricio with what was ultimately a tame finish.
19' Neves has now scored three Premier League goals against Everton. He’s not scored more than once against any other side in the competition.
17' SAVE! Everton are all at sea now, and Wolves have their tails up. Digne gets beaten by Neto, who finds Silva. The youngster’s volley is low and quick, but Pickford manages to get down to it.
R. Aït Nouri
14' That was a brilliant run from Ait Nouri, though Ancelotti will be unhappy with his side’s defending. The finish from Neves was exquisite, and we look to have a real game on our hands here!
Rúben Neves
14' GOOOOAALLLL!!! WOLVES ARE LEVEL! With their first attempt, the hosts hit back! Sit Nouri bets his man and sends in a fine cross to the back post, where Neves is there to meet it on the volley. It’s 1-1!
13' For the first time in this mach, Wolves manage to string a move together, and it results in Semedo getting around his marker and drilling in a cross. It was a poor one, but Davies slips over and sends it out for a corner.
12' Everton have settled quickly, helped of course by their early goal. Digne is a real threat, and has just looped in a great cross which Neves coolly chested back to Patricio. Without Richarlison or Calvert-Lewin, the visitors have little in the way of an aerial threat.
10' Digne has now made 16 assists in the Premier League for Everton; since the start of the 2018-19 season, the only defenders with more are Liverpool pair Andy Robertson (28) and Trent Alexander-Arnold (27).
8' That is an early blow for Wolves, who had yet to really get any kind of foothold in the game. However, the hosts have only lost one of their six home Premier League matches against Everton (W2 D3), a 0-3 defeat in April 2011 under Mick McCarthy.
L. Digne
6' Digne has made a miraculous recovery from an ankle injury which was initially set to keep him out for three months, and the France international’s quality was on show there with a perfectly cushioned first-time cross into Iwobi.
A. Iwobi
6' GOOOAAAALLLLL!!! What an opener from Everton! Well, the system might be a strange one, but it has worked a treat! James drops out into space and floats a superb pass out to Digne, whose first-time cross is met brilliantly by Iwobi and his side-footed effort finds the bottom-right corner. Wolves 0-1 Everton!
4' Wolves look like they are playing in a fluid, interchangeable system of their own. Gibbs-White – a midfielder by trade – is up front, with Silva playing off the left and Neto on the opposite flank.
3' Everton, out of possession at least, are lining up in a 4-4-2 shape. Wolves look to squeeze the visitors, but Pickford picks out James with a nice ball and the Toffees play their way out.
2' It will be interesting to see how Everton’s system lines up. Both Sigurdsson and James want to drop in and get on the ball, so the onus will be on Iwobi and Digne – who appears to be playing ahead of Godfrey down the left – to stretch Wolves’ defence.
1' KICK-OFF! Everton, wearing their usual blue and white strip, get proceedings up and running! The referee tonight is Martin Atkinson.
The teams are out at Molineux and kick-off is coming up in a few moments!
Similarly, Everton have injury concerns of their own, with top scorer Dominic Calvert-Lewin joining Allan on the sidelines, while Richarlison is only fit for the bench. Ancelotti has gone without a striker, with Sigurdsson, Iwobi and James heading up what appears to be a 3-4-3 system. There is a severe lack of pace up top, though the Toffees are boosted by the return of Digne down the left.
EVERTON SUBSTITUTES: Jonjoe Kenny, Richarlison, Cenk Tosun, Niels Nkounkou, Bernard, Andre Gomes, Seamus Coleman, Anthony Gordon, Robin Olsen.
EVERTON (3-4-3): Jordan Pickford; Yerry Mina, Micheal Keane, Ben Godfrey; Mason Holgate, Tom Daves, Abdoulaye Doucoure, Lucas Digne; James Rodriguez, Gylfi Sigurdsson, Alex Iwobi.
Nuno makes two changes from the win over Palace, with Patricio and Gibbs-White coming in for Ruddy and Adama Traore respectively. Traore has not scored a league goal in over a year, but his pace would have been a real threat for a depleted Wolves team today.
WOLVES SUBSTITUTES: Ki-Jana Hoever, Vitinha, John Ruddy, Patrick Cutrone, Mertian Shabani, Lewis Richards, Maximilian Kilman, Nigel Lonwijk, Theo Corbeanu.
WOLVES (4-3-3): Rui Patricio; Nelson Semedo, Conor Coady, Romain Saiss, Rayan Ait Nouri; Leander Dendoncker, Ruben Neves, Joao Moutinho; Morgan Gibbs-White, Fabio Silva, Pedro Neto.
Everton, meanwhile, won four straight games to boost their hopes for the season, yet a defeat to West Ham last time out in the league means they sit seventh as it stands. Carlo Ancelotti’s team would move into the top four with a victory.
So far this term, Wolves have failed to find the consistency they have managed in recent seasons, though Nuno Espirito Santo’s side have been hit by a glut of injuries. They have not won in the league since beating Chelsea on December 15, though they did beat Crystal Palace in the FA Cup last time out.
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