The wolves look at Everton to get to the top six

in hive-101690 •  27 days ago 

The Wolves bounced back from a back to back defeat to advance to the top six in the Premier League on Sunday, beating Everton 0-2 at Molinex.

Before reaching Everton Raoul Gimenez's penalty on both sides of the half and Leander Dendonkar's header Diego Shaw in their next post, beat Jordan Pickford in the 16th minute to close the score, which would be England's number one check.

The Wolves have won the next two games against Burnley and Crystal Palace and on the final day of the season they will have a chance to snatch Champions League football from Chelsea while visiting Stamford Bridge.

It has been difficult for Nano Espiritu Santo’s men to score since the start of the season finale last month. Burnley's Nick Pope drew 1-1 at Anfield on Saturday to end Liverpool's all-time home record in the Premier League in the international expulsion of Pickford.

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