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Richarlison
L. Digne
3 - 2
75'
R. Jiménez
W. Boly
2 - 2
12'
A. Iwobi
G. Sigurðsson
2 - 1
9'
R. Saïss
Goal
1 - 1
5'
Richarlison
M. Kean
1 - 0

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58% 41%
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Shots Off Target
Shots On Target 6 5
Total Passes 451 320
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That result moves Everton into the top six heading into the international break, while Wolves remain 17th and are still searching for their first win of the Premier League season.
Richarlison was the hero with his brace giving Everton a sixth consecutive victory at Goodison Park, as they put Wolves to the sword 3-2. The Brazilian headed in what proved to be the winner 10 minutes from time, after his earlier strike and Alex Iwobi's header were cancelled out by Romain Saiss and Raul Jimenez.
90' + 6'  FULL-TIME: EVERTON 3-2 WOLVES
W. Boly
Yellow 2nd/RC
90' + 5' Wolves' misery is completed as Boly is shown a second yellow card for bringing down Richarlison.
Pedro Neto
Yellow Card
90' + 4' Neto is booked for bringing down Richarlison after a poor touch left him desperate to recover the situation.
90' + 2' The hosts have the ball exactly where they want it as Digne forces a corner on the far side. They are closing in on all three points...
90' There are going to be five minutes of stoppage-time at the end of this game. Can Everton hold on or will Wolves hit back again?
88' At the other end, Wolves are awarded a free-kick which Moutinho whips into the box. But Everton remain solid at the back and are able to deal with the danger once more.
86' BRILLIANT SAVE! Patricio keeps Wolves in the game once more as he gets down well to claw away Mina's goalbound header from Sigurdsson's corner.
Pedro Neto
Rúben Neves
84' A third and final change from Wolves sees Neves make way for new signing Pedro Neto.
82' GREAT SAVE! Patricio denies Richarlison his hat-trick! The Brazilian cleverly skipped away from Vinagre before looking for the far corner with a bending effort that is well-beaten away by the Wolves goalkeeper.
L. Digne
Assist
80' Digne did brilliantly to beat his marker and deliver a marvellous cross that was begging to be attacked.
Richarlison
Goal
80' WHAT A HEADER!!! RICHARLISON HEADS EVERTON BACK IN FRONT! The Toffees regain the lead with 10 minutes remaining as the Brazilian ghosts into the area to meet Digne's cross, and brilliantly guide a header beyond the dive of Patricio.
78' Thankfully for Wolves, the Mexican international is fine to continue this game. That is now eight goals in 10 appearances this season for him.
77' Jimenez is in need of attention after taking an accidental boot to the face as he headed in the equaliser.
Bernard
A. Iwobi
76' The other sees Bernard introduced in favour of Iwobi.
D. Calvert-Lewin
M. Kean
76' Everton respond by making a double-substitution. The first sees Kean make way for Dominic Calvert-Lewin.
W. Boly
Assist
75' Boly rose brilliantly to help on Bennett's throw into the path of Jimenez.
R. Jiménez
Goal
75' JIMENEZ EQUALISES FOR WOLVES!!! IT'S 2-2! Bennett's long throw into the box is flicked on by Boly, and Jimenez ghosts in at the far post to bravely head past Pickford.
75' The medical team give the thumbs-up to the bench and Iwobi should be fine to continue. In the meantime, Wolves have a throw...
74' There is a worry for Everton as Iwobi stays down following his attempted challenge on Traore.
72' At the other end, Mina appeals for a penalty after his shot strikes the arm of Bennett in the box. However, there was little the Wolves defender could do about that from point-blank range, and the referee waves away any protests.
70' Wolves push for the equaliser and put a neat move together around the edge of the Everton penalty area. But the hosts stand firm and eventually win the ball back.
Diogo Jota
P. Cutrone
68' Another change for Wolves as Cutrone makes way to be replaced by Diogo Jota.
67' Everton still hold the advantage as we enter the final quarter of this game. As things stand, the Toffees will move into the top six of the Premier League - something that will certainly be high on their priority list this season.
65' Jimenez embarks on a strong run into the heart of the Everton defence, but holds onto the ball for too long and Gomes steps in and dispossesses him.
F. Delph
Yellow Card
63' Delph has his name taken for a rash challenge on Jimenez.
61' Can Moutinho make a difference? The Portuguese international was certainly an influential player for Wolves last season. He provided eight assists while only four players made more tackles than him in the Premier League.
João Moutinho
R. Saïss
59' The visitors make their first change with Joao Moutinho introduced to replace Saiss.
R. Bennett
Yellow Card
58' The Wolves defender then goes into the book for pulling back the advancing Digne.
58' GREAT TACKLE! Kean almost gets in behind for Everton, but is denied by a fantastic last-ditch interception by Bennett on his 80th appearance for Wolves.
56' Everton have controlled most of the possession in the second half and going in search of a third goal. Wolves need to be careful but have been pretty switched-on since the break.
54' Another statistic that favoured Wolves ahead of this game was the fact that Santo has been victorious on each of the three previous occasions that he has faced Silva as a manager. However, barring a turnaround, that record will end today.
52' Coleman appeals for a penalty after he appeared to be held back by Saiss. However, the referee is unmoved and, even had the decision gone the way of the Everton skipper, contact had taken place just outside the area.
51' That is Wolves' third yellow card of the game already. Bookings are not something unfamiliar to Nuno's men - only three teams received more in the Premier League last season.
W. Boly
Yellow Card
49' Boly is booked after tripping Richarlison, who was threatening to break.
48' Everton's impressive defensive streak at Goodison Park may be over, but the Toffees can still record a sixth consecutive victory on home soil should they hang on today.
46' The referee blows his whistle and Everton get us off and running again.
Wolves have work to do in the second half but they certainly know what it takes to win at Goodison Park, having won 3-1 here in February. In fact, they are one of only three times to beat Everton on home soil in 2019.
Everton have the edge at half-time at Goodison Park. Richarlison put the Toffees in front after just five minutes as he pounced on slack defending by Wolves, but Romain Saiss equalised soon after. However, the hosts regained the initiative in the 12th minute, when Alex Iwobi headed home Gylfi Sigurdsson's cross.
45' + 3' HALF-TIME: EVERTON 2-1 WOLVES
45' + 1' As we enter the first of two additional minutes at the end of this first half, Traore bursts into life and embarks on a strong run down the right flank. However, his cross is well-gathered by Pickford.
R. Jiménez
Yellow Card
44' Jimenez goes into the referee's notebook after preventing Digne from taking a quick throw-in.
42' As we approach the latter stages of the first half, Everton will be eager to hold onto their lead before the break. Meanwhile, a goal now would make Nuno's team-talk a lot easier.
40' Jimenez is ruled offside as he chases another long ball forward. The Mexican international is aiming to build on his excellent start to the season, having scored seven goals in nine appearances across all competitions so far.
Rúben Vinagre
Yellow Card
38' Vinagre is shown the first yellow card of the game after catching Richarlison, who had just pipped him to the ball.
36' Boly is not particularly happy following a challenge with Kean. Replays show that the Everton forward had a little kick at the Wolves defender and he was quite fortunate that wasn't spotted by the referee.
34' Wolves look to hit Everton on the counter with Cutrone chasing a long ball forward. However, Pickford is quickly out of goal to gather and snuff out the danger.
32' Things are looking good for Everton so far as they search for their first win over Wolves in four attempts. Their most recent triumph came courtesy of a 2-1 victory at Goodison Park in November 2011.
30' Sigurdsson delivers another dangerous ball into the box looking for Kean, who cannot connect cleanly and Patricio gathers once more.
29' Everton force a corner on the far side and it is met by Mina, but the Colombian can only head straight into the grateful arms of Patricio.
28' The former Paris Saint-Germain defender is patched-up and back in the thick of the action. He will be looking to make another positive impact today following his goal against Lincoln on Wednesday.
27' Digne has to temporarily leave the field after taking an accidental arm to the mouth during an aerial challenge with Jimenez. The full-back is currently being cleaned up by the medical team.
25' GOOD BLOCK! Wolves continue to threaten and a deep ball into the box falls kindly to Cutrone, whose goalbound shot is deflected behind by Keane.
24' Shortly after Saiss' header is easily gathered by Pickford, Jimenez cuts in from the left wing before shooting straight at the England number one.
22' It is worth noting that Saiss' equaliser was the first goal that Everton have conceded at Goodison Park since February - going back well over nine hours of football.
20' Richarlison is back on the field for the hosts, albeit moving around a little gingerly at the moment. They will be hoping it is something he can quickly shake off.
19' There is a slight concern for Everton as Richarlison stays down following a heavy challenge. The Brazilian is currently receiving attention from the medical team.
18' What a start to this game from both sides! Before kick-off, the two teams had managed just three goals between them in the Premier League this season. Who knows how many they could score today?!
16' Cutrone gets another sight at goal as he latches onto a long ball towards the edge of the Everton area. However, the Italian can only fire wide of the target.
14' GOOD SAVE! Back come Wolves again and Pickford shows tremendous reactions to push away Cutrone's strike from a tight angle.
G. Sigurðsson
Assist
12' As is so often the case, Sigurdsson's delivery was top-class as he landed his cross perfectly on the head of Iwobi.
A. Iwobi
Goal
12' IWOBI!!!!!!! EVERTON ARE BACK IN FRONT! It's a first Premier League goal for the Nigerian international, who is perfectly placed in the area to head home Sigurdsson's magnificent cross.
11' Wolves are at it again! No side has gained more Premier League points from losing positions than Nuno's side since the start of last season. This would be 17 should the outcome remain the same.
R. Saïss
Goal
9' WOLVES ARE LEVEL!!! SAISS MAKES IT 1-1! The visitors respond almost immediately as some silky skills from Traore see him leave Digne for dead. His cross ricochets off Pickford and Coleman, before an alert Saiss stabs the ball home.
7' Everton's top scorer last season with 14 goals in all competitions, Richarlison is off and running in the Premier League this season. Only nine players scored more times than him in the English top-flight last term.
M. Kean
Assist
5' Kean showed great anticipation to capitalise and divert Patricio's attempted clearance into the path of Richarlison, who did the rest.
Richarlison
Goal
5' 1-0 EVERTON!!! RICHARLISON PUTS THEM IN FRONT! What a mix-up in the Wolves defence! A lapse in communication between Coady and Patricio is pounced on by Kean and the ball breaks kindly for Richarlison, who finishes brilliantly first time.
4' CHANCE! At the other end, Sigurdsson is unmarked in the area to meet Iwobi's inviting cross. The Everton number 10 is unable to keep his header down on this occasion, though.
3' Wolves go on the attack with Bennett going across to take a long throw-in. However, Everton deal with the danger well.
1' The referee blows his whistle and Wolves get the match underway!
The teams are making their way out onto the field and kick-off is moments away.
Everton are looking to get back to winning ways in the Premier League today following their 2-0 defeat by Aston Villa last weekend. Whereas, Wolves are targeting their first league win of the campaign, having drawn all three of their games so far.
Meanwhile, Nuno Espirito Santo makes four changes to the Wolves side that beat Torino and booked their place in the Europa League group stages on Thursday. Ryan Bennett returns in defence and Ruben Vinagre and Ruben Neves come into midfield, while Patrick Cutrone makes his first Premier League start as he is preferred to Diogo Jota up front. 
Marco Silva makes three changes to the Everton side that began the League Cup victory over Lincoln City on Wednesday. Skipper Seamus Coleman and Yerry Mina return to the four-man defence, while Andre Gomes is recalled in favour of Morgan Schneiderlin. That means there are first Premier League starts for new signings Alex Iwobi and Moise Kean, as well as a maiden league appearance for Fabian Delph. 
SUBS: John Ruddy, Jesus Vallejo, Jonny Joao Moutinho, Pedro Neto, Morgan Gibbs-White, Diogo Jota.
WOLVES (3-5-2): Rui Patricio; Ryan Bennett, Conor Coady (captain), Willy Boly; Adama Traore, Leander Dendoncker, Ruben Neves, Romain Saiss, Ruben Vinagre; Raul Jimenez, Patrick Cutrone.
SUBS: Maarten Stekelenburg, Djibril Sidibe, Mason Holgate, Morgan Schneiderlin, Bernard, Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Cenk Tosun.
EVERTON (4-2-3-1): Jordan Pickford; Seamus Coleman (captain), Michael Keane, Yerry Mina, Lucas Digne; Andre Gomes, Fabian Delph; Richarlison, Gylfi Sigurdsson, Alex Iwobi; Moise Kean.
It is 12th against 17th in the Premier League today, although a win for either side would see them climb into the top six.
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