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I. Diallo
S. Armstrong
Pedro Neto
1 - 1
T. Walcott
C. Adams
0 - 1
45' + 2'
Adama Traoré
Yellow Card
Rúben Neves
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Match Stats

45% 55%
Shots Off Target
Shots On Target 9 2
Total Passes 416 516
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Wolves travel to face Arsenal in their next game, while Southampton host Manchester United.
There goes the full-time whistle! Wolves and Southampton share the spoils after a hard-fought, entertaining contest. Walcott opened the scoring at the back post with his first league goal since returning to his boyhood club, but it was cancelled out as Wolves substitute Neto fired in the rebound after Jimenez hit the foot of the post. Saints remain fifth but the hosts rise to ninth as it finishes 1-1 at Molineux!
90' + 2' Both sides are pushing for a winner but neither has been able to wrest control of the game in the closing stages and mount a sustained spell of pressure. 
I. Diallo
S. Armstrong
90' Hasenhuttl makes a late change now, with Armstrong coming off for Diallo. He only has stoppage time to make an impact, though.
87' Since their promotion to the Premier League in 2018, only Mohamed Salah (17) has scored more winning goals in the competition than Jiménez (14). Can he grab another late winner for his side in the time that remains?
Daniel Podence
85' Podence comes off for Vitinha now as Nuno freshens up his attack in the closing stages.
83' SAVE! Neto fires a low shot at goal that McCarthy parries back into play and Jimenez collects it on the edge of the box. He squares for Podence, who tries to bend one into the top-left corner, but it's blocked away.
81' Only Sylvan Ebanks-Blake (5) and Steven Fletcher (5) have scored more PL goals for Wolves from the bench than Neto (2).
S. Long
M. Djenepo
79' Hasenhuttl isn't settling for a point and withdraws Djenepo for Long in the closing stages. Walcott will shift out wide to accommodate the presence of another striker.
77' NO GOAL! Moutinho whips another quality free-kick into the middle that Jimenez heads emphatically into the top corner, but the flag goes up for offside!
Pedro Neto
75' GOAL!!! WOLVES ARE LEVEL!! Neto's introduction looks a masterstroke from Nuno now as he fires in the equaliser! Jimenez hit the post with a low drive but Neto was on hand to slot the rebound home! It's 1-1!
73' Wolves are really ramping up the pressure since Neto's introduction and their subsequent shift to a 4-4-2. They're taking the game to Southampton now and both Neto and Jimenez have seen shots blocked from inside the box.
Pedro Neto
Rúben Neves
70' Nuno makes a bold change with 20 minutes to go. Central midfielder Neves is withdrawn for a forward in Neto. Wolves have to go for it now.
68' Wolves are breaking up Southampton's rhythm effectively now as a few fouls start to creep into their game.
66' Jimenez cuts a frustrated figure as he fails to control Moutinho's pinpoint free-kick that found him in the box unmarked. He's not been at his best today.
64' MISS! What a miss!! Adams pings a lovely ball over the top for Walcott to race onto in behind the Wolves defence and he's clean through in the box, but he drags his shot wide of the far post! He had to hit the target there!
62' Walcott's opener was his first league goal for Southampton since netting the winner in a 1-0 victory against Luton in December 2005, 14 years and 347 days ago.
60' A VAR check is conducted to ascertain whether there was a foul in the build-up from Armstrong on Ait Nouri as they came together, but after the review, the goal stands! 
C. Adams
58' Adams was fortunate to end up with the ball as Kilman attempted to cut Djenepo's cross out, but he showed class and composure in slotting the ball through for an unmarked Walcott to finish easily!
T. Walcott
58' GOAL!! SOUTHAMPTON TAKE THE LEAD!! Djenepo lofts a cross to Adams on the right side of the box from the left wing and the striker gets lucky as the loose ball ricochets off Kilman and to him. Adams fires a low cross through Kilman's legs for Walcott, who is waiting at the back post to tap it in! It's 1-0 to Southampton!
55' Despite no side scoring more first-half goals in the Premier League this season than Southampton (10) - Hasenhuttl's side were held at bay in the first half. Can they find the net in the second?
53' WIDE! Ait Nouri then crosses from the left and Jimenez meets it in the middle, but he doesn't connect with it cleanly and scuffs his header wide of the target!
52' SAVE! Ait Nouri feeds Podence on the edge of the area and he surges into the box past Vestergaard, but his firm drive towards the near post is beaten away by McCarthy!
50' A sloppy pass from Romeu gifts Traore possession and he bursts forward, skipping easily past several challenges and into the box, but his cross towards Jimenez is overhit and sails out of play. 
48' Since the start of last season, Wolves have failed to score in the first half of 34 Premier League games, more than any other side, going on to win nine, draw 14 and lose 11 of those matches.
46' We're back underway for the second half!
Southampton have dominated the ball, but Wolves have traded possession for shot volume. It's been a very even contest between two teams playing in contrasting styles and it's all to play for in the second half.
There goes the half-time whistle! It's been a hard-fought first half and both sides have had a couple of opportunities to take the lead. McCarthy made a great double-save from Semedo and then Dendoncker early on, while Armstrong prodded just wide from a promising position, but neither team was able to open the scoring. It's 0-0 at the break.
Adama Traoré
Yellow Card
45' + 2' Traore follows his team-mate into the book, catching Djenepo on the top of his ankle. That looked a painful one for the Saints winger.
Rúben Neves
Yellow Card
44' Neves is shown the first yellow card of the game for either side as he puts in a poor challenge on Romeu.
42' The intensity and urgency of the game has just dipped a little over the last few minutes. No notable goalmouth action since that Podence effort.
40' Wolves' counter-attacking approach appears to be working so far - the hosts have had 10 shots to Southampton's five and five shots on target to the visitors' one despite seeing less than 40% of the ball. 
38' Interestingly, Wolves' central defensive pairing tonight features the right-footed Boly as the left-sided centre-back and the left-footed Kilman as the right-sided centre-back. 
36' SAVE! Moutinho's free-kick is whipped with plenty of pace to the near post and Podence flicks it towards the far corner, but McCarthy reacts sharply to keep it out! 
35' Traore puts on a sudden burst of pace and eases away from two on the wing before drawing a foul from Vestegaard, who came across and clumsily barged him over.
33' Southampton are starting to click in attack now and the ball is worked into the box for Adams, who shoots first-time, but it's immediately charged down and goes behind for a corner.
31' CLOSE! Adams slips the ball forward for Armstrong, who races onto it and slides in to fire a low shot at goal, but it rolls just wide of the post with Patricio stranded! Southampton's best chance of the game so far.
29' SAVE! Traore goes on a trademark mazy run and ends up on the edge of the Southampton area. He checks back onto his right and has a shot that takes a sharp deflection, but McCarthy reacts well and gets across to hold the effort.
27' Southampton enjoy a lengthy spell of possession but it comes to nothing as nobody is able to meet Bertrand's dangerous cross into the box and the visitors are forced backwards.
25' Wolves pepper the Southampton box with crosses and Ait Nouri's delivery finds Boly in the middle, but he meets it awkwardly and can only loop his header over the bar.
23' NO PENALTY! A right-wing cross is headed into the Wolves box and is blocked by Semedo before being cleared away. The Southampton players appeal for a penalty but the referee doesn't give anything and VAR doesn't intervene to overturn his decision.
21' Both sides are very well-drilled in their pressing off the ball and it's making it difficult for either side to create much in the way of shooting opportunities at the moment.
19' Wolves press high and win the ball back, but Podence can't control a firm pass from Ait Nouri into the box and Southampton clear, forcing the hosts to build from the back again.
17' That effort from Walcott was Southampton's first shot of the evening. Despite seeing more of the ball, they're struggling to break Wolves down and craft clear-cut chances.
15' SAVE! Armstrong slides a lovely ball into the box for Walcott, who races in behind and tries to angle a shot back across goal, but the angle is a little tight and Patricio is able to hold on to the effort.
13' Southampton have seen more of the ball so far despite being the away side. Wolves do enoy brief spells of possession but seem largely content to draw their opponents forward and break quickly when they turn the ball over.
11' Wolves appear to have moved away from their usual formation today, with Dendoncker lining up as part of a midfield three in a 4-3-3 rather than at the back in a 3-4-3.
9' Both teams are tenacious in their pursuit of the ball when they lose it, although Wolves' press is triggered closer to their own goal than Southampton's.
7' Kilman gets his head on the resulting corner in the box, but the effort is tame and McCarthy can gather the ball easily.
6' DOUBLE-SAVE! How are Wolves not in front?! Moutinho's free-kick is straight against the wall but it comes out to Semedo who hits a firm, low drive towards the bottom-right corner that McCarthy keeps out, but his parry falls into Dendoncker's path. The Belgian is unmarked in the area and fires at goal, but McCarthy makes another fine save and sends the ball over the bar with his shoulder!
5' Wolves win the ball and launch a slick counter-attack through Podence, who slices his way through the Southampton defence before a clumsy challenge by Romeu stops him in his tracks near the edge of the box. The free-kick is in a dangerous position for Wolves.
3' CHANCE! Bertrand receives the ball on the left and curls in a lovely cross that evades Boly in the middle, but Adams can't adjust himself to get a touch and it flashes across the six-yard box and away from the danger zone! Southampton then win a corner and i's eventually lofted towards Adams again, but Neves heads behind and the subsequent corner is dealt with. Bright start from the visitors.
1' We're underway at Molineux!
Wolves have kept more Premier League clean sheets than any other side so far in 2020 (13). However, they are yet to score more than twice in a Premier League match so far this season (along with Burnley and Sheffield United) and only Burnley’s Premier League games have seen fewer goals (16) than Wolves’ this term (17), with the hosts having scored eight and conceded nine in their eight games so far.
Recent history is not on the visitors' side today - Southampton haven’t won any of their last four away league games against Wolves (D2 L2) and have just one win in their last eight league meetings (D3 L4).
There's just one change for Southampton, meanwhile, as Saints boss Ralph Hasenhuttl brings fit-again Bertrand back into the team at left-back, replacing Stephens, who drops to the bench. Danny Ings and Mohamed Salisu remain sidelined through injury and are not in the squad.
Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo makes two changes after his side fell to a narrow 1-0 defeat against Leicester City last time out. Captain Conor Coady is left out of the starting line-up for the first time in over three years as he self-isolates, while Neto drops to the bench. Moutinho and Traore come into the team in their places.
Southampton substitutes: Michael Obafemi, Shane Long, Daniel N'Lundulu, Fraser Forster, Ibrahima Diallo, Jack Stephens, Nathan Tella.
Southampton XI (4-4-2): Alex McCarthy; Kyle Walker-Peters, Jan Bednarek, Jannik Vestergaard, Ryan Bertrand; Stuart Armstrong, James Ward-Prowse, Oriol Romeu, Moussa Djenepo; Theo Walcott, Che Adams.
Wolves substitutes: Owen Otasowie, Ki-Jana Hoever, Vitinha, John Ruddy, Pedro Neto, Fabio Silva, Marcal.
Wolves XI (4-3-3): Rui Patricio; Nelson Semedo, Max Kilman, Willy Boly, Rayan Ait Nouri; Leander Dendoncker, Ruben Neves, Joao Moutinho; Adama Traore, Raul Jimenez, Daniel Podence.
A win for fifth-placed Southampton tonight would see them rise to third place in the Premier League table, whilst Wolves - just three points behind tonight's visitors - would be at least seventh if they secure victory.
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