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90' + 9'
Y. Mina
M. Keane
1 - 1
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Matheus Nunes
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J. Garner
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Hwang Hee-Chan
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Shots On Target 5 4
Total Passes 451 382
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Everton's scenario heading into their final match on Sunday will not be clear until the conclusion of this weekend's action. However, they will more than likely need to beat Bournemouth at home to guarantee survival and a 70th successive top-flight season. Meanwhile, Wolves finish their campaign away at Arsenal.
Everton rescue a crucial point in dramatic fashion with Yerry Mina's 99th-minute equaliser earning a precious 1-1 draw against Wolves. That result, which could be huge in the battle to avoid relegation, moves the Toffees two points clear of the bottom three. Rivals Leeds United and Leicester City play later this weekend, but defeats for both of them would further strengthen Everton's hopes of survival. Wolves, who took a first-half lead through Hwang Hee-Chan, are denied a fifth straight home league win.
M. Keane
90' + 9' Keane reacted quickly to help the ball into the six-yard box for Mina to finish.
Y. Mina
90' + 9' MINA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! EVERTON EQUALISE!!! IT'S 1-1! The visitors equalise right at the death! Tarkowski does brilliantly to keep Gray's deep cross alive. With Bentley caught cold, Keane helps the ball into the six-yard box, where Mina provides the finishing touch. How crucial will that goal be?!
90' + 8' Time running out for Everton, who embark on one of their final surges. Gray steps inside and goes for goal from distance, but Dawson is well-placed to deflect his shot behind for a corner.
90' + 6' Pickford takes matters into his own hands, charging towards the halfway line before launching the ball forward. However, it evades his team-mates and trickles behind for a goal kick.
Matheus Nunes
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90' + 4' Matheus takes out Mina on the right flank and is booked.
90' + 2' CHANCE! Wolves with the opportunity to seal victory as Matheus embarks on a dangerous surge into the box. The substitute looks to pull a low shot back across Pickford, who reacts brilliantly to block and keep Everton in this.
90' + 1' There are going to be NINE minutes of stoppage time at the end of this game. That is plenty of time for Everton to potentially grab an equaliser.
J. Garner
Yellow Card
90' Garner stops Matheus in his tracks with a tactical foul and goes into the book.
Matheus Cunha
Adama Traoré
88' Adama Traore is also replaced with Matheus entering the action.
B. Traoré
Rúben Neves
88' Wolves make two more changes. The first sees Neves, who receives a huge ovation, replaced by Boubacar Traore.
87' Everton send another long throw into the box. It drops for Maupay, but his attempted acrobatic volley is well wide and never troubling Bentley.
86' After neatly breaking up an Everton attack, Lemina launches the counter as he finds Costa in space. The midfielder continues his powerful run into the area in anticipation of his team-mate's cross, which is not the best and the visitors survive.
84' Semedo eventually makes his way to the touchline and is waved back into the action.
M. Holgate
I. Gueye
82' Holgate also comes on with Gueye making way.
N. Maupay
A. Onana
81' Everton make a double-change. The first sees Maupay thrown on in place of Onana.
81' We have a break in play with Semedo in need of attention after taking a knock during an aerial challenge.
80' Just 10 minutes remain at Molineux. Can Everton grab something from this game, or will Wolves hold on?
78' The visitors just cannot find a way through at the moment. They are trying, but need to demonstrate more creativity in the final third.
76' Everton's 69-year stay in the English top flight is under serious threat. The Toffees are in charge of their own destiny, but anything other than a win here would open the door for Leicester or Leeds to potentially pounce this weekend.
M. Lemina
Hwang Hee-Chan
74' Goalscorer Hwang is given a breather with Lemina coming on for his 100th appearance in English football.
72' An immediate chance for Costa to make an impact, but Pickford gets down well to keep him out.
Diego Costa
Daniel Podence
70' Podence also makes way with Costa taking his place for the final 20 minutes.
Matheus Nunes
Pablo Sarabia
70' Wolves make a double-substitution. The first sees Nunes replace Sarabia.
69' GOOD TRY! Everton embark on a sweeping move towards dangerous territory. Gray cuts inside from the left flank and unleashes a decent strike that Bentley is forced to turn away.
68' After a free-kick comes to nothing, Keane sends a long throw into the box. However, Bentley is relatively unchallenged as he comes out of goal to collect. That will be really frustrating for Everton supporters.
Rúben Neves
Yellow Card
66' Neves catches Keane and has his name taken by the referee.
65' There are 25 minutes remaining at Molineux. Wolves are still 1-0 to the good. Will they see it out, or can Everton respond?
63' Wolves are creating plenty of opportunities. Another sees Toti whip a cross into the penalty area, where Podence's first-volley goes just wide of the target.
61' WIDE! The hosts threaten again with Podence finding Semedo, who drills wide from inside the box.
60' JUST WIDE! Wolves go straight down the other end with Traore cutting in from the left and feeding Sarabia. The latter cuts back onto his left foot and aims for the far corner, but his effort is just wide.
59' It just needed a touch. Taking on Toti, Gray whips a delicious ball across the face of goal. But frustratingly, none of his team-mates are there to apply the finishing touch.
58' Following a neat build-up from Wolves, Semedo goes for goal and his ambitious 30-yard drive is not too far away in all fairness.
56' Thankfully for the visitors, Mina is back on his feet and jogs to the touchline ready to re-enter the action.
55' Mina is now down for Everton after Neves accidentally stamps on his foot when going in for a challenge. It looked very painful, but the defender should be all right.
53' Iwobi has space to try his luck from distance. There is plenty of whip on his curling left-footed effort, but Bentley gathers it easily enough.
Nélson Semedo
Yellow Card
51' Semedo catches Gueye on the follow through and goes into the book.
50' CHANCE! An Everton free-kick almost culminates in Keane equalising. However, the ball just will not drop kindly for the defender, who is eventually denied by Bentley.
49' Having already withdrawn two injured players today, Dyche will be pleased to see Onana back on his feet and able to continue.
48' An early worry for the visitors this second half with Onana down and in need of attention after a strong challenge by Gomes.
46' We are back underway at Molineux as Everton get the ball rolling.
Everton must try not to be despondant at half-time. There were plenty of positive signs for them during that first period, but they must be more clinical when the contest resumes.
Wolves lead Everton by Hwang's goal to nil at Molineux. The striker put the hosts ahead in the 34th minute, reacting quickly to tuck home after Pickford could only parry Traore's low strike directly into his path. The visitors have demonstrated good spirit during the first half, carving out decent opportunities, but they have already lost two players to injury in Patterson and Calvert-Lewin.
C. Dawson
Yellow Card
45' + 5' Dawson catches Doucoure with his trailing arm and goes into the book.
45' + 4' Wolves look for a second goal before half-time. Following a good spell of pressure, Podence drags a low effort wide of the target.
D. Gray
D. Calvert-Lewin
45' + 2' Everton forced into their second substitution of the first half. Calvert-Lewin is unable to continue and limps off to be replaced by Gray.
45' + 1' We are into the first of four additional minutes at the end of this first half. There is a break in play at the moment with Calvert-Lewin seemingly struggling.
44' Nervy! Onana dangerously hesitates inside his own penalty area. Semedo is ready to pounce, but the Everton midfielder does well to recover with a perfectly timed sliding challenge to deny the Wolves full-back.
42' That will disappoint Everton. Awarded the free-kick in a dangerous position, Garner steps up but sends his delivery into the stand.
41' The visitors have generally responded well to falling behind and after emarking on a swift counter, they are awarded a free-kick when Neves upends Calvert-Lewin.
39' Everton go in search of the equaliser at the other end. Iwobi tries his luck from distance, but the effort is fairly tame and easy enough for Bentley to gather.
38' Wolves have their tails up and continue to threaten. Traore is at the centre of things again, using his strength to escape his marker and advance down the flank. However, he just takes too long to release the ball, and Everton recover to snuff him out.
36' GOOD SAVE! Wolves look for a second goal in as many minutes. Neto dispossesses Onana and Gomes darts into the area before drawing a smart save from Pickford. Podence's follow-up header goes over.
Hwang Hee-Chan
34' HWANG!!! 1-0 WOLVES! Hwang gets the goal, but Traore deserves huge credit. The winger breaks on the counter and embarks on a trademark powerful run into the area. He drills a low shot that Pickford can only parry straight to Hwang, who makes no mistake from close range.
32' Goals have been hard to come by for Wolves this season. Neves and Podence are their joint-top scorers with 6 goals apiece, with no other player managing more than two.
30' Wolves attack at the other end and Sarabia lets fly with his left foot, but his effort is well-blocked by the Everton defence.
M. Keane
N. Patterson
29' Everton forced into an early change. Unable to recover from an initial knock, Patterson limps off to be replaced by Keane.
28' CHANCE! Mina must do better! Once again, an Everton player gets their head on a dangerous ball into the box. But they are unable to capitalise once more, as Mina nods over with Bentley having missed the corner delivery.
27' A clever reverse pass by Onana sets Everton on the attack down the right. The ball gets pulled back to the midfielder, who eventually forces a corner from Dawson.
25' Wolves have kept a clean sheet in seven of their nine home Premier League games at Molineux in 2023. Although, Everton look like they could do deny them an eighth in 10 here.
23' Wolves threaten at the other end and send a couple of dangerous crosses into the box from both flanks. Thankfully for Everton, Mina and McNeil are there with important headers to clear their lines.
21' It has been a spirited performance from Everton so far. However, the Toffees will be well aware they must take any opportunities that fall their way.
19' The visiting fans are in great voice as they urge their team on in search of the opening goal. Can they oblige?
Adama Traoré
Yellow Card
17' A strong challenge on Onana by Traore culminates in the Wolves winger receiving the game's first yellow card.
16' Iwobi demonstrates great strength to hold off his marker before finding Doucoure in the box. However, the latter's touch is just too heavy and Bentley collects.
15' The visitors continue to apply the pressure and are awarded a corner. However, the Wolves defence stands firm to block Onana and Tarkowski, before eventually scrambling the ball clear.
13' This is a good spell from Everton. Wolves fail to properly deal with a free-kick and the ball is picked up by Gueye, but his ambitious 30-yard effort is always rising. Nevertheless, these are positive signs for the Toffees to build on.
11' JUST OVER! Another chance for Calvert-Lewin, who rises to meet Iwobi's cross following a swift Everton counter. But once again, the England striker cannot hit the target as he heads over.
10' CHANCE! Doucoure is alert and latches onto a quickly taken throw down the left flank. His cross is just behind Calvert-Lewin, who is subsequently unable to direct his header towards the target.
8' Wolves are looking to record five successive top-flight victories on home soil for the first time since August 1973. You must go back to December 1969 for the last time they emarked on such a streak without conceding.
6' Wolves have won each of their last three Premier League games against Everton. Although, the hosts are without a victory in each of their last six English top-flight clashes with sides managed by Dyche.
4' WIDE! Everton are awarded a free-kick and a chance to threaten the Wolves goal. Mina beats Collins to cushion the ball down for Calvert-Lewin, who gets a shot away from a tight angle, but it flashes the wrong side of the post.
3' Wolves continue their promising start and attack down the right again. This time, Semedo has space to run into before sweeping the ball across the face of goal, but it is just too far ahead of Sarabia and runs through.
2' Traore with the first opportunity to stretch his legs down the right flank. But the Wolves winger's cross is lacking the required accuracy, and goes behind for a goal kick.
1' Referee David Coote blows his whistle and Wolves kick things off!
The teams are out and we are almost ready to go at Molineux.
The form book makes this a tough one to call today. Wolves have win each of their last four home games without conceding, while Everton have suffered just one defeat in their last six on the road.
Meanwhile, Sean Dyche was pleased with Everton's performance and character during last weekend's defeat by Manchester City - so much so that he only makes a single alteration to the starting line-up. Onana replaces Holgate, who drops to the bench, while Calvert-Lewin has shaken off a knock to lead the line.
Julen Lopetegui makes six changes from Wolves' defeat to Manchester United last weekend. Bentley impressed on his first senior start at Old Trafford, so keeps his place in goal. Semedo, Toti, Dawson and Neves are the other players to remain from the 2-0 reverse.
SUBS: Asmir Begovic, Andy Lonergan, Mason Holgate, Reece Welch, Michael Keane, Sean McAllister, Demarai Gray, Neal Maupay, Ellis Simms.
EVERTON (3-5-1-1): Jordan Pickford; Nathan Patterson, James Tarkowski, Yerry Mina; Alex Iwobi, Idrissa Gueye, Amadou Onana, James Garner, Dwight McNeil; Abdoulaye Doucoure; Dominic Calvert-Lewin.
SUBS: Jose Sa, Maximilian Kilman, Hugo Bueno, Mario Lemina, Boubacar Traore, Matheus Nunes, Matheus Cunha, Diego Costa, Raul Jimenez.
WOLVES (4-4-2): Daniel Bentley; Nelson Semedo, Craig Dawson, Nathan Collins, Toti; Adama Traore, Ruben Neves, Gomes, Daniel Podence; Pablo Sarabia, Hwang Hee-Chan.
Wolves, who are 13th in the table, recently secured their Premier League survival, but 17th-place Everton are fighting for their lives in the English top flight. The Toffees would take a huge stride towards safety with victory here, though a defeat would open for the door for relegation rivals Leeds United and Leicester City to capitalise later this weekend.
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