Lineups

Wolverhampton Wanderers

( 4-3-3 )

  • 11. Rui Patrício

  • 16. C. Coady

  • 22. Nélson Semedo Yellow Card

  • 3. R. Aït Nouri

  • 27. R. Saïss

  • 8. Rúben Neves Goal

  • 28. João Moutinho

    86'
  • 32. L. Dendoncker

  • 18. M. Gibbs-White

    64'
  • 17. Fábio Silva

    78'
  • 7. Pedro Neto

Substitutes

  • 21. J. Ruddy

  • 57. N. Lonwijk

  • 2. K. Hoever Yellow Card

    64'
  • 49. M. Kilman

  • 42. L. Richards

  • 20. Vitinha

    86'
  • 38. M. Shabani

  • 60. T. Corbeanu

  • 23. P. Cutrone

    78'

England - Premier League

50' A. Doucouré 50' Yellow Card 50'  A. Doucouré 69' M. Holgate 69' Yellow Card 69'  M. Holgate 89' Nélson Semedo 89' Yellow Card 89'  Nélson Semedo 90' K. Hoever 90' Yellow Card 90'  K. Hoever 6' A. Iwobi 6' Goal 6'   Iwobi A. Iwobi 14' Rúben Neves 14' Goal 14'   Neves Rúben Neves 77' M. Keane 77' Goal 77'   Keane M. Keane
Wolverhampton Wanderers

Wolverhampton Wanderers

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Everton

Everton

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    0 - 1
  • 14
    1 - 1
  • HT
    1 - 1
  • 77'
    1 - 2
  • Date: 12/01/2021
  • Time: 20:15
  • Venue: Molineux Stadium
  • Referee: Martin Atkinson
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Everton - Preview

Date published: 1/11/2021 8:26:48 PM

Wolverhampton Wanderers v Everton - Preview

Wolves set to be unchanged for Everton’s visit

Wolves are likely to have an unchanged squad for Tuesday’s visit of Everton.

Raul Jimenez (fractured skull), Daniel Podence (calf), Jonny (knee) and Fernando Marcal (groin) are all out.

Willy Boly has been battling a thigh problem while Patrick Cutrone and Morgan Gibbs-White returned from their loans at Fiorentina and Swansea respectively last week.

Everton’s top scorer Dominic Calvert-Lewin misses the trip to Molineux with a hamstring injury.

Fellow forward Richarlison has to prove his fitness in training before the game while Cenk Tosun, on the back of his first Toffees goal since November 2019, could retain his place up front in Calvert-Lewin’s absence.

Goalkeeper Jordan Pickford returns after being rested for the FA Cup but midfielder Allan is still a fortnight away from recovering from a hamstring injury.

Wolves provisional squad: Patricio, Ruddy, Kilman, Coady, Saiss, Buur, Hoever, Moutinho, Gibbs-White, Semedo, Ait-Nouri, Perry, Otasowie, Dendoncker, Vitinha, Neves, Traore, Neto, Silva, Cutrone.

Everton provisional squad: Pickford, Coleman, Keane, Holgate, Digne, Gomes, Doucoure, Sigurdsson, Rodriguez, Tosun, Richarlison, Olsen, Lossl, Godfrey, Mina, Nkounkou, Branthwaite, Davies, Bernard, Gordon, Simms.

 

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  • Premier League
  • Round 18
  • Molineux Stadium
  • Martin Atkinson
  • 12 Jan, 20:15

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Lineups

Wolverhampton Wanderers
(4-3-3)
Everton
(3-4-3)
  • 11. Rui Patrício

  • 16. C. Coady

  • 22. Nélson Semedo Yellow Card

  • 3. R. Aït Nouri

  • 27. R. Saïss

  • 8. Rúben Neves Goal

  • 28. João Moutinho

    86'
  • 32. L. Dendoncker

  • 18. M. Gibbs-White

    64'
  • 17. Fábio Silva

    78'
  • 7. Pedro Neto

Substitutes

  • 21. J. Ruddy

  • 57. N. Lonwijk

  • 2. K. Hoever Yellow Card

    64'
  • 49. M. Kilman

  • 42. L. Richards

  • 20. Vitinha

    86'
  • 38. M. Shabani

  • 60. T. Corbeanu

  • 23. P. Cutrone

    78'
  • 1. J. Pickford

  • 4. M. Holgate Yellow Card

  • 5. M. Keane Goal

  • 22. B. Godfrey

  • 13. Y. Mina

  • 12. L. Digne

  • 26. T. Davies

    64'
  • 10. G. Sigurðsson

    76'
  • 17. A. Iwobi Goal

  • 19. J. Rodríguez

    86'
  • 16. A. Doucouré Yellow Card

Substitutes

  • 33. R. Olsen

  • 23. S. Coleman

    86'
  • 2. J. Kenny

  • 18. N. Nkounkou

  • 20. Bernard

  • 21. André Gomes

    64'
  • 24. A. Gordon

  • 14. C. Tosun

  • 7. Richarlison

    76'

 

       

         

         

         

         

         

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Everton vs Wolverhampton Wanderers

There is a 39.1% chance of a draw.
In simulations where the game is not a draw Everton, at 36.7%, are solid favorites to beat Wolverhampton Wanderers who have a 24.2% chance at home.
Overall, the average simulation score is Everton 0.8 to Wolverhampton Wanderers 0.6.
In simulation wins, Wolverhampton Wanderers upsets Everton by averaging 6.8 shots and 2.7 shots on goal.
They average 1.5 goals in simulated victories vs just 0.2 in simulation losses.

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    Wolverhampton Wanderers 1 - 2 Everton - Match Report

    Date published: 1/12/2021 11:40:13 PM

    In-form Everton maintain Champions League challenge with victory at Wolves

    Alex Iwobi and Michael Keane scored as the Toffees won at Molineux.

    Michael Keane maintained in-form Everton’s Champions League challenge after a 2-1 win at Wolves.

    The defender’s second-half header lifted the Toffees back into the Premier League’s top four.

    Ruben Neves cancelled out Alex Iwobi’s first league goal for 17 months as the teams traded early blows.

    Wolverhampton Wanderers v Everton – Premier League – Molineux Stadium
    Michael Keane headed home Everton’s winner at Wolves (Richard Heathcote/PA)

    But Keane’s far post header secured victory, although Neves hit the woodwork with a late free-kick, to leave Carlo Ancelotti’s side back in the European picture.

    Wolves have now won just once in eight league games since Raul Jimenez fractured his skull at the end of November and they dropped to 14th.

    Last season’s 3-0 defeat at Molineux in July left the Toffees 11th and boss Ancelotti furious as he questioned their spirit and blasted an “unacceptable” display.

    This time the visitors came away back in the top four after a fifth win in six games to underline their progress.

    They were robbed of 14-goal Dominic Calvert-Lewin with the striker out with a hamstring injury but Iwobi eased concerns over his absence after just six minutes.

    Wolverhampton Wanderers v Everton – Premier League – Molineux Stadium
    Alex Iwobi opened the scoring at Molineux (Rui Vieira/PA)

    James Rodriguez’s measured pass found Lucas Digne and his cushioned volley was met by the onrushing and unmarked Iwobi to produce a first-time finish from 16 yards into the bottom corner.

    It was the forward’s first Premier League goal since he scored against Wolves in September 2019.

    It also meant the hosts have now conceded first in 10 of their last 11 league games but they trailed for just eight minutes.

    Tom Davies conceded a soft corner which Yerry Mina only half cleared and Rayan Ait-Nouri skipped down the left. His drilled cross was volleyed in by Neves for his second goal in two league games.

    Three minutes later only a sharp Jordan Pickford stop denied Fabio Silva and Rui Patricio saved from Iwobi soon after.

    Wolverhampton Wanderers v Everton – Premier League – Molineux Stadium
    A goal from Ruben Neves drew Wolves level against Everton (Richard Heathcote/PA)

    Iwobi should have done better and it was the final chance of an entertaining first half, despite the game failing to build on the early drama.

    Two well-matched teams struggled to find the same fluency after the break, though, although Leander Dendoncker headed over Joao Moutinho’s free-kick.

    It came after Abdoulaye Doucoure was booked for chopping down Pedro Neto and the midfielder will now miss the Toffees’ next game.

    Wolves are yet to find the consistency which propelled them to Europe and, without Jimenez, look unlikely to challenge again this season after another lightweight display.

    Neves was close to a spectacular second when his 30-yard volley dipped just wide with 20 minutes left but the hosts never prised Everton open.

    Richarlison was introduced to give the visitors some impetus but it was Keane who grabbed the winner with 13 minutes remaining.

    Andre Gomes worked space on the left and his teasing cross was powered in at the far post by the England defender.

    Neves’ free-kick then clipped the bar with five minutes to go but Wolves could not find a leveller.

       

    Lineups

    Everton

    ( 3-4-3 )

    • 1. J. Pickford

    • 4. M. Holgate Yellow Card

    • 5. M. Keane Goal

    • 22. B. Godfrey

    • 13. Y. Mina

    • 12. L. Digne

    • 26. T. Davies

      64'
    • 10. G. Sigurðsson

      76'
    • 17. A. Iwobi Goal

    • 19. J. Rodríguez

      86'
    • 16. A. Doucouré Yellow Card

    Substitutes

    • 33. R. Olsen

    • 23. S. Coleman

      86'
    • 2. J. Kenny

    • 18. N. Nkounkou

    • 20. Bernard

    • 21. André Gomes

      64'
    • 24. A. Gordon

    • 14. C. Tosun

    • 7. Richarlison

      76'