Last Updated: 06/05/12 4:52pm
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Everton win a late corner. Pienaar to take. Cleared by Wolves. Everton pump it back into the box. Ward wins the header and then prevents the corner.
Hetinga has recoverd. But a bit of a delay as two Wolves fans ensure they are banned from the ground next season by running onto the pitch
Wolves living dangerously at the back, Hunt passes it from within his old six yard box, and nearly was straight to Stracqualursi
Jelavic fouled by Stearman, advantage played, Osman goes on, but it wa't quite a cross or a shot in the end. Wasted
Wolves in a mess at the back, couple of chances for Everton and somehow Wolves scramble it away. Hunt tries to counter, good chance, just can't find Ebanks-Blake
Jelavic with some great work on the left wing. Fires it across the six yard box, Stracqualursi sticks it in the net at the back post..........but it won't count. Fellaini was just off-side when the cross was played, he didn't get a touch but Lee Mason says he was interferring with play, which he probably was
De Vries goal-kick, header won by Fellaini, and the header puts Jelavic inbehind the Wolves defence, great chance, but drags his shot wide
Doyle makes a good run into the channel. Gives it back to Hunt, his cross headed clear, Hunt gets another chance but wastes it
The crowd urgre Henry to shoot, he plays to Kightly instead who does shoot, but he slips and it goes wide. And he might have injured himself
Everton guilty again of trying to walk it in. Ball sat up for Pienaar but he didn't take the shot on, instead tried to chip it over the top for Jelavic who was caught flat footed
Everton win free-kick in a dangerous area. Jelavic gets it up and over the wall, good save from de Vries
The question is what does it say about Roger Johnson that Wolves have put a left-back on at centre-back rather than the club captain
Wolves finally have come out of their shell in this game. Starting to push men forwards after a poor first 45
Kevin Doyle in the corner. Does a good job and wins a corner for Wolves. They don't make the most of it however. Ended up playing it all the way back to the half-way line
Back underway again. Pienaar will continue. As is Berra, who is still limping fromt he first half incident
Pienaar looks to be a lot of pain. Limited if any contact between him and Zubar. Hard to know what happened
Hibbert gets forward for the first time in the second half. Whips in a great cross. Fellaini rises the highest but heads over.
Another free-kick for Wolves. Hunt chips it in, Fletcher heads it across the goal, comes to Stearman, and he can't hit the target, maybe caught in two minds, but in the end wa't a cross or a shot
Into stoppage time. Everton still seeking the perfect goal. Perhaps a shoot on site policy would be better
Everton trying to walk it in. Hibbert breaks forward, gives it to Fellaini, he passes it to Jelavic, who gives it to Pienaar, back to Jealvic and back to Pienaar, in the end they waste the chance to get a shot in
Everton camped in the Wolves half as last two minutes, but no attempts on goal. Wolves with everyone back. Wave after wave of Everton attack.
Wolves finally get out of their own half with some numbers. Zubar crosses to the back post, Fletcher heads it down to Hunt on the penalty spot, but it's a terrible finish.
Another chance for Everton. McFadden picked the wrong option though. Should have played it to Osman or Jelavic on the edge of the box. Instead chipped it into a six yard box full of gold shirts
Cahill bursts into the box, cuts it back to Jelavic, who can't get a shot away. Wolves scramble it clear
What a chance. McFadden cuts in, crosses left footed, Fellaini unmarked, free header, makes terrible contact. Corner. Should have been a goal
Another chance. Pienaar feeds Jelavic. In behind, flag goes up straight away, maybe too quickly as he was clearly onside
Wolves win a free-kick as Fellaini was off side. But Stearman slips. Pienaar gets onto it. Stearman just got back to put him off. Shot goes high and wide.
Lovely curling effort from Pienaar after more nice build up play from Everton. Nearly found the top corner. De Vries saves
McFadden takes and it was terrible. Never tested the goalkeeper. Would have been the perfect position for the absent Baines
Taken short to Osman, who looked like he had his heels clipped. Might have been just inside the box. Lee Mason waves it away. But he does then give a foul against Ward on Jelavic on the other side. McFadden and Pienaar over it
Jelavic wide on the left. Has men in the middle, but maybe should have played the cross quicker as Everton broke. Corner.
Kightly crosses, Berra heads it into Cahill. Corner on the otherside. Hunt takes this one, Cahill wins the first header, falls to Doyle, goal mouth scramble, but it goes just wide of the post
Wolves win a throw high up the pitch. Zubar crosses deep, Hunt gets there, heads it back across the box. No-one gambled
Fellaini caught in possession. Kightly tries a lofted through-ball, Edwards is the man making the run, but Howard cuts it out. Back up the other end Jagielka's long ball lets Jelavic in behind. Chance comes to nothing though
Jagielka pumps a free-kick long, Fellaini wins the header, knocks it down to Jelavic. He tries to find Fellaini again but he is crowded out
Long ball into the channel. Finds Fellaini. He holds the ball up and finds Pienaar. But when Wolves win it back, they give it away straight away again. Zubar making mistakes
Joel via Email - Joel from London thinks Everton will win 3 - 0, a brace from Jelovic with Piennar bagging the third COYB!
Heitinga will a fantastic cross field pass, finds McFadden in space. Off-side given. Just maybe a coupel inches off. But that was a let off for Wolves
Good chance for Everton. McFadden crosses. Fellaini flicks it on to Cahill at the back post, but De Vries gets down to stop the Australian's shot
Everton free-kick. McFadden with an outswinging left-footed cross. Doe't reach Fellaini but Everton come again. Pienaar starting to get involved. Finding space in the whole
Doyle causing Heitinga all kinds of problems, gets a great cross in and Hibbert just rescues Everton
Wolves doing the early running. Henry heads to the corner, tries to link up with Kightly who has a swing at the ball, just gets air and it's a goal kick
Terry Cullen via Email - Wolves will win 2-1 I reckon. Terrible home record this season, but after their great performance against Man City, i reckon they can do it.
Dan Smith emails - I think it will finish 4-1 to Everton, Jelavic is on fire and will bag a double. Everton are Playing great football at the moment and that will prove to much for a Wolves side who look without confidence.
Terry Connor's side have conceded 18% of their goals in the opening 15 minutes of games, the highest proportion shipped in this period.
Wolves are the only team without a goal in the opening 15 minutes of a Premier League game this season.
some more facts for you - 34% of the goals Everton have scored have been netted in the final 15 minutes, a divisional high this season.
Oliver, the Everton fan from London, thinks that Everton will come away with a 3-0 win! Jelavic, Fellaini and Pienaar getting the goals! This game is worth finishing above Liverpool! COYB!
Matt in Leeds reckons it will be a five star performance - Everton are in red hot form. 5-0 Everton with goals from Jelavic, Cahill, Osman and a couple from Pienaar
Spencer Langford though is backing Wolves to get back to winning ways - Wolves 2-1 Everton; Jelavic will miss a sitter...
Stewart emails - This is Stewart MacLaren from a warm & windy Torrevieja in Spain saying that Everton will beat Wolves 3-1 at Molineux this Afternoon with Good Goals from Leon Osman, Tim Cahill & Nikica Jelavic.
Today's teamsWolverhampton: De Vries, Zubar, Stearman, Berra, Ward, Kightly, Henry, Edwards, Hunt, Doyle, Fletcher. Subs: Ikeme, Elokobi, Ebanks-Blake, Johnson, Milijas, Jonsson, Forde.Everton: Howard, Hibbert, Heitinga, Jagielka, Distin, McFadden, Cahill, Osman, Pienaar, Fellaini, Jelavic. Subs: Mucha, Stracqualursi, Gueye, Barkley, Coleman, Duffy, Baxter.Referee: Lee Mason (Lancashire)
Wolves have lost their last nine Premier League home games in a row. If they lose vs Everton they will equal Sunderland's record of 10 home defeats in succession.
Everton are unbeaten in their last five games against Wolves and head into the game in much better form