Last Updated: 13/08/11 4:59pm
The full-time whistle goes and Stephen Ward's second-half winner claims the points for Wolves at Blackburn.
We're into injury time. It's only a matter of minutes before Wolves have claimed a fully-deserved win.
Wolves are looking so dangerous on the counter-attack. Hunt has time and space, but lashes a left-footed shot wide.
Rovers have made their third and final change with goal-scorer Formica going off and he's replaced by Blackman.
Decent attempt by Goodwillie. He controls nicely in the penalty area before sending a right-footed curler just wide of the far post.
It's all Rovers. Wolves are just inviting pressure on themselves. Their earlier composure seems to have deserted them.
Rovers are at least exerting pressure now. Dunn tries his luck from distance, but it's high and wide.
Jarvis wins a corner for Wolves. A third would kill this one off. However, Ward's header floats wide of the far post.
Summer signing Goodwillie is on the sidelines receiving instructions, expect him to be introduced by Blackburn shortly.
hi im tom and i think that rovers will win 3 - 2 if they bring Goodwillie on but they are going to struggle this season if they don't bring in someone to play with him!
Blackburn are putting Wolves on the back foot, but Hennessey has had nothing to do in the second half.
An hour of the game played and Wolves are looking in control. They are retaining possession well. Roberts' frustration boils over and he is booked.
Without looking to put the kiss of death on Wolves they are looking comfortable to the back at the moment.
Hoilett fails to punish O'Hara for his woeful clearance. Rovers win a corner, but Formica heads over.
Fletcher has the chance to pull the trigger, but he opts to control the ball allowing Blackburn to clear.
sounds like a good game but i fancy wolves to snatch this one 2-1 with a late header from johnson - Scott, british forces, Germany
What a difference from a couple of months ago - although I personally would have kept Henry as Capt.. Only fear is we havent had Henneseys traditional 1 howler per game ... so will stay with my 2-2 prediction - Tim
GOAL! Wolves are in front! It's a horrible penalty from Doyle. However, the visitors keep the ball in the danger zone and Ward eventually volleys home. Super strike.
The teams are back out for the second half. Rovers have made a change with Rochina replacing Emerton.
I do not understand why our main signing of the summer David Goodwillie is on the bench? GET HIM ON KEAN!!
The half-time whistle goes and it's all square at Ewood Park at one a piece with Fletcher cancelling out Formica's opener.
O'Hara should have done better there as he scuffs his left-footed effort from distance. It was well off target.
Some excellent defending from Berra halts Roberts' run. He also prevented the home side from winning a corner.
Johnson of all people attacks Doyle's cross into the box, but it's over Robinson's goal. Wolves are looking the better side at the moment.
That would have been some goal! Hunt skips past Nzonzi, but with only Robinson to beat he blazes over. Good build-up play by the visitors.
It is end to end here as Stephen Hunt sends a shot over. I can see there being plenty more goals in this one.
Jarvis stands up the ball to the back post and Fletcher heads home superbly to level matters. Game on!
Wolves again respond. Their attack is halted when Stearman is booked for diving attempting to win a penalty.
Roberts does well to hold up the ball from a long clearance. He feeds in Formica who send a shot back across Hennessey, who cannot prevent the ball from crossing the line.
Roger Johnson is booked for a lunge on Gamst Pedersen. Looked a bit of a soft one as the Norwegian went down easily.
Sadly for the home side Gamst Pedersen's effort is over hit, so Formica is unable to do anything with it at the back post.
Not much to report from Ewood. Plenty of probing going on, but no immediate signs of a goal. Commentators curse coming on?
Hoilett is looking lively for the home side. Blackburn seem to be settling now. Doyle is back on the pitch after having his head strapped up.
Another chance for Wolves but O'Hara's right-footed volley is straight at Robinson. It was easy for the ex-Tottenham man to make the save there.
Wolves go straight up the other end, however, their attempt is not really a cross or shot as the ball rolls wide of the far post.
So nearly an opener for Blackburn! Hoilett connects with a back-post, but somehow Hennessey prevents the ball from crossing the line.
Blackburn are trying to put the visitors under pressure. They have a throw-in deep into Wolves territory.
Plenty of head tennis so far in the middle of the park between the two teams. Nothing for either keeper to save as yet.
Summer signing Goodwillie is on the bench for Rovers today. I suspect he will be thrown in at the deep end if the home side need a late goal.
Never felt so comfortable about a season before ... mid table finish, safe with 4 games to go and Mighty Mick to be knighted (OK as Meatloaf said 2 out of 3 aint aint bad !). Todays game probably a safe 2-2. Come on Wolves ! - Tim
As a blackburn fan im slighty worried as who's gunna start in the back four and also think hoilett and formica will team up well today - Matty
Blackburn boss Steve Kean has given Argentina striker Mauro Formica his first Premier League start but central defenders Chris Samba and Ryan Nelsen are both ruled out.
New boy Roger Johnson has been handed the captain's armband by Wolves boss Mick McCarthy for his new side's Premier League opener at Blackburn. The former Birmingham defender is joined by Kevin Doyle in the starting line-up after Doyle shrugged off the knee injury which kept him out of midweek international duty.
I have my full backing to Wolves this afternoon and i say that they will win 2-0 with Doyle and O'hara bagging them - Chris
Cian Hughes - Hello James! - I can't wait for the start of the new season! I think this a tough game today! I will snatch a 1-1 draw!
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Both sides are tipped to struggle but home advantage makes Rovers favourites to get off to a winning start at 6/5. Wolves are 23/10 and the draw is available at the same price. Rovers big money purchase David Goodwillie is 11/2 to be first goalscorer and 6/4 to score anytime.
Blackburn: Robinson, Salgado, Hanley, Nzonzi, Olsson, Emerton, Dunn, Pedersen, Hoilett, Formica, Roberts. Subs: Bunn, Rochina, Blackman, Goodwillie, Ribeiro, Anderson, Henley.