As it happened: Wolverhampton Wanderers 1-1 Newcastle United in the Premier League
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19:25a month ago

That's all for now!

I’ve been Harry Roy and it’s been a pleasure to bring you all of this afternoon's action, see you all next time!
19:23a month ago

Stats breakdown

Wolverhampton Wanderers 1-1 Newcastle United


Possession: 63%-37%


Goal attempts: 16-5


Shots on target: 3-2


Shots off target: 8-0


Blocked shots: 5-3


Free-kicks: 10-10


Corners: 2-3


Offsides: 0-0


Goalkeeper saves: 1-2


Fouls: 10-10


Tackles: 12-22


Yellow cards: 0-1


Red cards: 0-0

19:20a month ago

FULL-TIME! Wolves 1-1 Newcastle

Raul Jimenez must have thought he had won the game for the hosts when he fired home on 80 minutes, but a sensational free-kick from Jacob Murphy with just one minute of normal time to play means it ends a draw in the West Midlands.


It will feel like two points dropped for Wolves, but it will feel like an point gained for Steve Bruce's men!

19:17a month ago


We will have three additional minutes here at Molineux.
19:15a month ago

89' - GOAL! Wolves 1-1 Newcastle (Murphy)

Jacob Murphy steers in the equaliser with a magnificent free-kick!
19:14a month ago


Andy Carroll replaces Jamaal Lascelles who limps off the pitch.
19:14a month ago


Free-kick for Newcastle in a dangerous position.


Can they snatch an equaliser?

19:09a month ago

83' - Wolves sub

Joao Moutinho replaces his Portugal teammate Ruben Neves.
19:07a month ago

81' - GOAL! Wolves 1-0 Newcastle (Jimenez)

Raul Jimenez gives the hosts the lead with a sensational strike from the edge of the box.


Wolves deservedly in front!

19:04a month ago

79' - Double Newcastle change

Ryan Fraser and Allan Saint-Maximin are replaced by Joelinton and Sean Longstaff.
19:04a month ago


Neto flashes a ball across the box but no Wolves player can get on the end of it and it goes out for a Newcastle throw in.
19:03a month ago


Jimenez turns Jeff Hendrick on a pivot a fires a low-driven shot, but Darlow is equal to it and makes the save.
19:00a month ago


Traore gets in a position on the right-hand side to run at Lewis and cross the ball, he does that, but it is easily cleared by the Newcastle defence.
18:54a month ago

68' - Wolves double change

Adama Traore and Marcal replace Daniel Podence and Romain Saiss.
18:48a month ago


Murphy does brilliant down for Newcastle down the right-hand side.


He plays in Wilson who sets up Almiron for a shot, but Conor Coady blocks the effort and Wolves are able to clear.

18:43a month ago

56' - VAR check

A potential penalty for Wolves is not given by VAR after the ball seemingly struck Fernandez' arm after he slid to block Podence's shot.
18:39a month ago


Some quick passing play from Wolves is halted by Neto who strikes from distance, but just like his last shot, it sails over the bar.
18:38a month ago


Wilson is dispossessed in the middle of the pitch by Leander Dendoncker - the Belgian finds Podence on the left-hand side who plays a low ball just outside the box - it finds Neto who skies his effort over the bar.
18:33a month ago


Podence plays the ball to Jimenez who strikes from distance, but his effort is nowhere near challenging Darlow in the Newcastle goal.
18:32a month ago


The visitors get us underway here in the second half!
18:23a month ago

Silky skills from Daniel Podence

18:17a month ago

HALF-TIME! Wolves 0-0 Newcastle

The hosts have edged it in terms of possession, but Newcastle have arguably had the best chances of the game with Callum Wilson and Allan Saint-Maximin both going close for The Magpies.


A big second half needed from both sides!

18:15a month ago


There will be one minute of additional time at the end of the first half.
18:12a month ago


Almiron finds Saint-Maximin with a long-range pass, the Frenchman cuts inside and unleashes a shot from distance, it comes off Conor Coady and Rui Patricio is forced to make a save.


A good chance for Newcastle!

18:10a month ago


Almiron is booked for a cynical challenge on Neto.
18:09a month ago


A beautiful piece of skill from Podence tricks Murphy, he crosses towards Jimenez but Lascelles towers the ball away from danger.
18:08a month ago


A great ball from Neves finds Neto - who drags the ball down the line - he crosses the ball in towards the middle of the goal, but Schar heads away and Newcastle clear.
18:06a month ago


Neto cuts inside from the right and fizzes the ball towards Jimenez, but he can't get on the end of it and Darlow catches with ease.
18:00a month ago


A pause in play as Podence is on the recieving end of a tough tackle from Schar.


The Portuguese is now back on his feet.

17:59a month ago


The free-kick is steered towards Jamaal Lascelles but Wolves get to it first and hack the ball away.
17:58a month ago


Newcastle have a free-kick in a dangerous position as Saint-Maximin is fouled by Ruben Neves.
17:57a month ago


Slight break on the counter for Newcastle as Allan Saint-Maximin shifts the ball wide to Miguel Almiron, but Wolves get back in numbers and clear the ball.
17:47a month ago


Long ball by Jacob Murphy finds Callum Wilson who gets one-on-one with the goalkeeper, but Max Kilman recovers and blocks the shot out for a corner.
17:43a month ago


Slick play by Wolves down the right-hand side as Raul Jimenez back heels the ball to Pedro Neto - he gives it back to the Mexican striker - but he scuffs his shot wide.
17:40a month ago


A let off for Newcastle as Fernandez makes a poor pass to Hendrick, which lets Podence pounce on ball and have a shot from distance.


But unfortunately for him it goes well over the bar.

17:38a month ago


The corner is easily gathered by Darlow.
17:38a month ago


Wolves get the first corner of the game.
17:36a month ago


First chance of the game falls to the home side as Daniel Podence shoots from just outside of the box and it forces Karl Darlow to make a good save to his bottom left corner.
17:33a month ago


An odd moment early on Fabian Schar kicks the ball off a stray water bottle left on the pitch!
17:30a month ago

1' - Kick-off

We are underway!
17:26a month ago

Here come the teams!

The teams are on their way out at Molineux and kick-off is imminent!
17:14a month ago

Steve Bruce addresses his curious looking starting line-up

16:30a month ago

Starting XI - Newcastle United

16:30a month ago

Starting XI - Wolverhampton Wanderers

16:25a month ago

VAVEL arrive at Molineux...

Our man at the game this afternoon is Wolves editor Josh Holland.
15:30a month ago

Two hours to go!

We are officially two hours away from kick-off at Molineux - stay tuned for team news at 15:30 BST.
15:27a month ago

Newcastle have arrived at Molineux...

12:57a month ago

Stat attack

- Wolves have kept a clean sheet in seven of their last nine home Premier League games.


- Newcastle have not lost in their last six away games against Wolves.


- Wolves are unbeaten in their last five games against Newcastle


- In Newcastle's last three away games, there has been less then three goals scored.

12:35a month ago

Form guide

Wolves: LLLWW


Newcastle: WDWWL

12:10a month ago

Previous meeting

The last time Wolves and Newcastle met was at the start of the year, and the two sides played out a 1-1 draw at Molineux.


Miguel Almiron gave Newcastle the lead on seven minutes, but Leander Dendoncker cancelled out the Paraguayan's just a few minutes.


A special save late in the first half from Toon goalkeeper Martin Dubravka in particular gave the away a very good point on the road.

11:30a month ago

It's matchday!

20:11a month ago

Live updates here!

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Follow along with us all the details, commentaries, analysis and lineups for Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Newcastle United.

20:10a month ago

How to watch Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Newcastle United Live TV and Stream

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20:09a month ago

What Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo said ahead of tomorrow's game

“I'm expecting a very tough and demanding match.


"Newcastle has a good manager in Steve Bruce, I know him well, and he has quality players, talented players, and it’s going to be a very tough.


“They are a very tough opponent, and all the matches we’ve had against Newcastle were very competitive, very intense, and we expect the same for Sunday.


“I'm absolutely sure that it is very early in the competition to establish any kind of difference between teams.


"I think every team is improving, every team is taking time and needs time, so as the competition goes by, it will be much harder, because the standards will grow.


“That's what I see in us, in Newcastle, and they are a very good team with very good players.”

20:07a month ago

Steve Bruce on the pressure of being Newcastle boss

"As manager of Newcastle, criticism will flow.


"Sometimes you feel it's unjust, but it’s part and parcel, with social media and TV.


"You used to discuss it in the pub, now everyone is a manager, I can’t stop it.


"Hopefully, we can now produce a performance."

20:00a month ago

Predicted line-up - Newcastle United

Darlow; Krafth, Lascelles, Fernandez, Lewis; Hendrick, Hayden, Shelvey, Saint-Maximin; Joelinton, Wilson. (4-4-2)
19:55a month ago

Predicted line-up - Wolverhampton Wanderers

Patricio; Boly, Coady, Kilman; Semedo, Neves, Moutinho, Saiss; Traore, Neto, Jimenez. (3-4-3)
19:20a month ago

Team news - Newcastle United

Martin Dubravka, Dwight Gayle and Matt Ritchie all remain ruled out for Newcastle.


Sean Longstaff will be available for selection tomorrow after recovering from tonsillitis.


Karl Darlow and Isaac Hayden are both official injury doubts,  but it is expected both will feature.


19:10a month ago

Team news - Wolverhampton Wanderers

The only player who is ruled out for Wolves tomorrow is Jonny Otto, who remains sidelined with a knee injury.
18:45a month ago

Magpies looking to get back to winning ways

Newcastle come into this fixture after a 4-1 drubbing at home against Manchester United.


 The Magpies will be desparate to get back to winning ways after a mixed run of results.


Head coach Steve Bruce has in particular been under a lot of criticism from Newcastle supporters, so he will be determined to take the scalp of a very good Wolves side tomorrow afternoon. 

18:00a month ago

Wolves seeking a third straight win

Wolves arrive into this game with two narrow 1-0 victories against Fulham and Leeds - and they will be looking to make Newcastle their next victims.


The West Midlands club currently sit nineth in the league table, and with victory tomorrow, could go as high as third.

17:25a month ago

Kick-off time

Wolves vs Newcastle will be played at Molineux, in Wolverhampton, England.


The kick-off is scheduled at 16:30 BST.
17:20a month ago


Welcome to VAVEL UK's LIVE coverage of the 2020/21 Premier League match: Wolves vs Newcastle!


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