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90' + 1'
Pedro Neto
Yellow Card
87'
Fábio Silva
Willian José
82'
R. Aït Nouri
Fernando Marçal
81'
E. Alioski
M. Klich
64'
I. Meslier
Own Goal
1 - 0

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Shots On Target 5 7
Total Passes 308 440
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Wolves travel to face Newcastle United next, while Leeds host Southampton at Elland Road.
There goes the full-time whistle! A tight, hard-fought contest at Molineux goes the hosts' way thanks to a terrific strike from Traore that struck the woodwork and bounced in off the back of Meslier. Wolves complete a league double over Leeds and record back-to-back wins for the first time since October - the second of which was also against Bielsa's side. It finishes 1-0 to Wolves!
90' + 5' FULL-TIME: WOLVES 1-0 LEEDS UNITED
90' + 3' SAVES! How have Leeds not equalised?! Costa finds himself one-on-one with Patricio after taking down a long ball in the box, but he can only shoot straight at the feet of Patricio! It's swung back in and Raphinha heads towards the near post, but the goalkeeper is there again to tip it wide!
Pedro Neto
Yellow Card
90' + 1' Neto is booked for time-wasting as he takes his time over the corner. He protests his innocence, but the referee isn't having it.
90' BLOCK! Silva nods the ball down and drives into the box before lashing across goal, but Struijk gets his foot in the way and deflects it behind for a corner. 
89' Coady is down after blocking a venomous Roberts strike with his head. The Wolves skipper is a little dazed, but doesn't appear to have done any serious damage. He still heads to the sidelines for a precautionary check, however.
Fábio Silva
Willian José
87' Nuno replaces Willian Jose as the game draws to a close, replacing him up front with young striker Silva.
85' CLOSE! Leeds fail to clear their lines and it falls to Moutinho on the edge of the box. The midfielder hits a wicked, dipping effort across goal, but it flies just wide of the post!
R. Aït Nouri
Fernando Marçal
82' Nuno is forced to replace Marcal, who came on earlier in the half for Jonny, due to an injury. Ait-Nouri comes on in his stead.
Hélder Costa
J. Harrison
81' The second change sees Harrison replaced by Costa, who goes out to the right, meaning Raphinha switches to the left.
E. Alioski
M. Klich
81' Bielsa makes a double-change now as he looks to get his side on level terms in the closing stages of the game. Klich is the first to go off, with Alioski replacing him. The substitute goes to left-back, with Dallas moving into midfield.
78' In real time, Bamford did appear to have strayed offside, although the replay shows that it was very, very tight. Still, the Leeds striker is just beyond the last defender and the goal is ruled out.
77' NO GOAL! Leeds counter from deep and Roberts threads the ball in behind for Bamford, who races away and smashes a terrific finish past Patricio from just inside the box, but the flag is up for offside! VAR will take a look to ascertain whether or not the goal should stand.
74' An inviting cross is whipped in from the left, but Bamford just can't get to it and it flashes just wide of the far post!
72' Meslier is now the youngest ever goalkeeper to score an own-goal in the Premier League.
70' BLOCK! Wolves win a couple of corners in quick succession and the second sees Moutinho's delivery find Dendoncker in the middle, but the Belgian's header is blocked away!
68' CHANCES! Raphinha puts in another excellent delivery that Cooper heads towards the bottom-left corner, but Patricio is equal to it and keeps it out! Harrison then puts the ball back into the middle and Cooper is again the target, but he can only flick it wide!
Pablo Hernández
J. Shackleton
66' Bielsa responds immediately to going behind by replacing Shackleton with Hernandez in midfield. Klich drops deeper to dictate the game.
I. Meslier
Own Goal
64' OWN-GOAL! WOLVES TAKE THE LEAD! It's outstanding play from Traore, who bursts infield from the left and brushes two challenges aside before blasting a ferocious effort towards the top-right corner that hits the bar and then bounces in off the back of Meslier, who had dived to save the initial shot! It's 1-0 to Wolves!
63' SAVE! Raphinha swings a lovely free-kick into the box and Cooper meets it in the middle, but Patricio makes a terrific save from close-range, and Bamford's follow-up is then blocked away!
62' The game is going through a bit of a scrappy period now, with a number of fouls and stoppages interrupting the flow of proceedings.
Fernando Marçal
Jonny Castro
60' Jonny is replaced in what appears to be a pre-planned substitution, managing the Spaniard's game-time after a lengthy injury layoff. Marcal replaces him at left wing-back.
58' It's still very tight here. Neither team is giving anything away and there's still not been a really clear-cut opportunity.
56' CHANCE! Raphinha takes a left-wing corner and sends it deep to Roberts just inside the area, but his volley is skewed wide and blocked away!
54' BLOCK! Ayling crosses into the box for Raphinha, who lashes at goal with his right foot, but it's blocked behind for a corner by Coady!
52' CHANCE! Neto drives into the box down the right and he has Willian Jose waiting in the middle, but he elects not to cross and lashes over the bar from a tight angle instead! The striker is not at all pleased with his team-mate.
50' Neves tries his luck from outside the box, but it's high and wide this time. Nowhere near the target.
48' Traore tries to burst between two players in the middle, but the ball skips up and strikes him on the arm as he does so, leading to a Leeds free-kick.
46' We're back underway for the second half!
These two teams have created a handful of chances, but both managers will be hoping their players can create something more clear-cut in the second half as most of the opportunities thus far have been either from distance or tight angles.
There goes the half-time whistle! It's been a very even half so far, with Neto looking particularly lively for the hosts, notably forcing a fine save from Meslier with a wicked strike from distance. Leeds have had chances of their own, with Klich hitting the post from a tight angle, but neither side has been able to take the lead. It's 0-0 at the break!
45' HALF-TIME: WOLVES 0-0 LEEDS UNITED
43' Neto has been involved in five of Wolves' nine shots so far in this half (four shots, one chance created).
41' Dallas cuts in from the left and curls a clever ball through the lines towards the back post, but Raphinha just can't reach it and it runs behind for a goal-kick.
39' WIDE! Raphinha drives into the box down the right and lashes a shot across goal that is deflected towards the back post where Roberts tries to run onto it, but he can't quite get there!
37' There's a brief delay as there's a clash of heads between Roberts and Semedo. Thankfully, both appear to be fine and can carry on without requiring treatment.
35' SAVE! Traore twists and turns to keep the ball and finds Willian Jose in a dangerous pocket outside the box. The striker threads it down the right for Semedo, but the right-back is denied once again from a tight angle by Meslier!
33' Wolves have already had eight shots at goal - as many as in their previous two first halves combined.
31' Neto has yet another shot from range, but this one is charged down by Cooper and blocked away to safety.
29' SAVE! Wolves break away on the counter and slice their way through Leeds down the right. Semedo is one-on-one with Meslier from a tight angle, but the keeper parries his shot behind!
27' CHANCES! Raphinha finds Klich in the box with a delivery and the midfielder strikes at goal from a tight angle, but it comes off the post! Struijk then follows up with a shot from inside the box that Patricio saves int the bottom-left corner, before Roberts fires wide from the edge of the area!
26' Leeds win a couple of corners in succession, but Wolves repel them at the near post both times. They're struggling to get out, however.
24' Leeds have done a good job of marshalling Traore so far, but he skips away from two on this occasion and can run at the defence, but his pass to the left is a little aimless and Ayline cuts it out easily.
22' WIDE! Neto is once again given space on the edge of the area and he hits a low drive towards the bottom-right corner, but it flashes wide of the post!
20' CHANCE! Raphinha swings a terrific free-kick into the middle and Cooper gets free to head at goal, but he's always stretching and can only nod into the ground and into the grateful grasp of Patricio!
18' Meslier is called into action as Neto has another strike from distance, but it's too central and the goalkeeper makes the save.
17' BLOCK! It breaks kindly for Traore on the edge of the box and he lashes a fierce effort at goal, but Ayling comes across bravely to block the shot away!
15' Raphinha works himself a yard on the right and looks to hit one at goal from distance, but it takes a big deflection on the way through that takes all the sting out of the effort, allowing Patricio to simply catch the looping ball.
13' Wolves seem to have settled into the game quicker than Leeds and have pushed the visitors back into their own half, looking to assert their dominance.
11' SAVE! What a save! A loose pass is picked off and Neto cuts in from the right before hitting a lovely, swerving effort towards the top-left corner from just outside the box, but Meslier somehow gets across and tips it over the bar!
9' Raphinha is caught on the ball and Willian Jose drives forward before sliding it into the box for Traore, but Dallas is back to cover and manages to turn the pass behind for a corner.
7' Wolves wingers Traore and Neto appear to have been given some freedom to interchange, with Traore starting out on the left but now popping up on the right to drive at the Leeds defence.
5' BLOCK! Bamford has a shot across goal from the right side of the area after being fed by Roberts, but Dendoncker gets himself in the way to divert it behind for a corner!
3' Interestingly, Shackleton has started in the holding midfield position tonight after starting at right-back against Arsenal, with Ayling returning to his preferred right-back role and Struijk dropping into centre-back from midfield. 
1' We're underway at Molineux!
Wolves are looking to win back-to-back league matches for the first time since October, with the second game in that run coming at Elland Road against Leeds.
Leeds have won 50% of their Premier League matches when Phillips has played a part this season (9/18), compared to just 20% without him (1/5).
Leeds manager Marcelo Bielsa, meanwhile, makes just one change after his side were beaten 4-2 away at Arsenal in their last outing. Alioski drops to the bench and is replaced by Roberts. Gaetano Berardi, Rodrigo, Adam Forshaw, Kalvin Phillips and Robin Koch are all out injured for the visitors. 
Wolves head coach Nuno Espirito Santo keeps faith with the 11 players that started last time out in the 2-1 victory over Southampton. Daniel Podence, Willy Boly and Raul Jimenez are all still out through injury, meaning the bench is also unchanged.
Leeds United substitutes: Leif Davis, Ezgjan Alioski, Niall Huggins, Pablo Hernandez, Jack Jenkins, Kiko Casilla, Helder Costa, Joe Gelhardt, Diego Llorente.
Leeds United XI (4-1-4-1): Illan Meslier; Luke Ayling, Pascal Struijk, Liam Cooper, Stuart Dallas; Jamie Shackleton; Raphinha, Mateusz Klich, Tyler Roberts, Jack Harrison; Patrick Bamford.
Wolves substitutes: John Ruddy, Marcal, Ki-Jana Hoever, Fabio Silva, Rayan Ait-Nouri, Vitinha, Owen Otasowie, Maximilian Kilman, Morgan Gibbs-White.
Wolves XI (3-4-3): Rui Patricio; Leander Dendoncker, Conor Coady, Romain Saiss; Nelson Semedo, Ruben Neves, Joao Moutinho, Jonny; Pedro Neto, Willian Jose, Adama Traore.
12th-placed Wolves host 11th-placed Leeds United, with both sides looking to put together a strong run of results to climb out of mid-table and stake their respective claims for a European spot.
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