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What a game? You have to feel a little bit of sympathy for Terry Connor and Wolves who missed numerous chances in this defeat. For Bolton, their mini-revival continues as they claim out of the bottom three.
Wolves 2 Bolton 3
Wolcves corner cleared by knight
Knight replaces ngog
Bolton manage to scramble the ball away as it bobbles around in their area
Hennessey runs off his line to save from Petrov who should have scored
Johnson is back on the pitch and straight back into the action.
Four minutes of added time will be played here now
Johnson is down on the ground after clashing heads with Ngog.
Wolves are going for the third goal and are piling on the pressure
Long punt upfield which finds Jarvis who produces a excellent finish.
It's sad to see but Wolves fans are leaving the the ground. It's really a game they should have won.
Eagles slips in Kevin Davies who slips in the strike. Davies leaves Johnson in his slipstream and fires into the far corner.
KEVIN DAVIES GOAL!!!!!
Hennessey is at full stretch to save Reo-Coker's controlled effort.
Wolves don't deserve to be behind but they have failed to take their chances
Ricketts does superbly to get to the byline and pulls it back for Eagles who fires over. Should have done better.
Doyle replaces Ebanks-Blake
Ngog's header came off the bar and fell to Alonso who thumped the ball home.
Hennessey produces a stunning save to keep out Wheater
Eagles replaces Miyachi
Fletcher manages to hook the ball to the back post to Jarvis who just heads wide. Another great chance for Wolves.
Kightly is stopped on the right flank and wins a throw in.
Bassong returns to the field of play but he is still limping.
Ngog challenges Bassong who ends up in a heap on the turf injured. He's walking gingerly off the pitch
Jarvis crosses the ball once again but this time it is behind Fletcher
Petrov fires in a stinging drive that is well saved by Hennessey. Super effort.
Davies replaces Klasnic
Bolton are getting ready to make a substitution
Alonso uses his body well to shield off Kightly who tries to race onto the ball before it goes out.
Wolves have lost some of their momentum but they need to come again quickly and regroup.
Can Wolves rally and come again. Replays have shown contact by Johnson on Davies was minimal, if any.
Petrov sends Bogdan the wrong way.
Bolton are awarded a penalty.
Mark Davies is wriggling his way through and Johnson's tackle is adjudged to be a foul.
Stearman is booked for bringing down Ngog on the edge of Wolves box.
Ben emailed in to say: I would hope to see a stronger second half from bolton with miyachi and petrov causing more problems on them wings, mark davies to bag the winner for bolton
Ebanks-Blake holds the ball up and tries to find his partner Fletcher but his angled pass is over hit
Kightly beats Alonso easily and whips a cross in that is punched away by Bogdan
Wolves have been spurred on by their goal and are chasing every loose ball
Klasnic miscontrols at a vital time as he links up well with Ngog which allows Johnson to thump the ball clear
Wolves totally deserve their lead. Can they go on and see the game out now?
Kightly cuts inside his marker and steers a left foot shot from 25-yards past Bogdan.
Wheater is inches away from putting Bolton ahead as his glancing headergoes just wide.
Alonso gets forward the left and his cross is cleared.
Fletcher shows instant control to bring it down but is halted by Ricketts
Wolves win another corner and the move eventually ends with Johnson heading in Jarvis' cross which Bogdan easily saves.
The game has begun and Hennessey is immediately needed to clear a long pass as Ngog tried to latch onto it
Bolton are preparing to get the game started.
Welcome back. The players are trotting out for the second half and should be invigorated by the words of their respective managers.
Will their wastefulness in front of goal come back to haunt them or will they find their killer touch after the interval? i'm off for a quick brew and a sandwich. I will join you in a few minutes and please remember to send your comments and thoughts on the game to email@example.com.
What an entertaining half of football. Fletcher has had three great chances to put Wolves ahead in a game the home side has so far dominated.
Wolves 0 v Bolton 0
Wolves manage to defend Ricketts' long throw as the referee blows for half-time.
Kighky gets back well to show his defensive skills as he blocks Alonso's cross.
Two minutes held up for added time
Kightly finds Fletcher with a peach of a cross but his header clips the bar and goes over.
Ebanks-Blake tries to conjure some space in the box after Kightly's cross but the ball just gets away from him
Good work again by Javis and his pull back to Ebanks-Blake is pyt way over the bar by the Wolves striker
Another positive run from Jarvis as he backs up Ricketts but the ball bounces off him for a goal kick
Bolton are trying to put some passes together so that they can launch attacks of their own.
Miyaichi is again in the action as he is the victim of a solid tackle from Johnson
Fletcher is denied another certain goal as Miyaichi clears his header off the line from another Wolves corner.
Johnson and Hennessey are involved in a face-to-face confrontation which has to be diffused by the ref.
Klasnic latches onto a lose ball and hits an effort on his right foot from outside the area that sails over
Miyaichi leads a counter attack and his cross is cleared by bassong.
Bogdan produces a wonder save down to his left from Fletcher's header. Prevents a certain goal.
Petrov flicks the ball into path before firing a sizzling volley just over Hennessey. Brilliant effort.
Kightly stands up a cross to the back post but Stearman is pulled up for a foul.
Ngog tries his luck from distance but was never going to trouble Hennessey from there
Qiuck free-kick by Bolton. Petrov's cross is almost perfect for Miyaichi but Ward defends well to head it clear
Alonso's deep cross to the back post for Miyaichi is cleared by the Wolves defence
Ward flagged offside in a promising position high up on the left flank.
Fletcher finds himself in a good position in the inside left channel but his shot goes out for a throw
Ebanks-Blake drags his effort wide of the post when he had better options around him
Ricketts clears a telling cross at the back post as a Wolves player had a certain tap in
Ricketts clears Wards pass to concede Bolton's sixth corner of the game.
Jarvis drifts easily past his marker but Ream is strong in the air to head away the danger as Fletcher closed in
Kightly does well to beat Alonso in a tight space but his ball into Fletcher is poor.
Miyaichi does well to beat his man easily but his delivery is poor and is easily cleared
Fletcher tries to turn Wheater after being by Kighty but he just looses his footing in the box.
Wheater heads out Kightly's delightful cross to Fletcher but it's cleared for another Wolves corner
Petrov finds himself in space and tries to volley a spectucular effort but he fails to connect correctly with the ball.
Wolves get another corner which is cleared
Ebanks-Blake drifts out to the left flank and his teasing deliver is cleared by Ricketts.
Reo-Coker puts in a stern challenge on Kightly as he tries to get around the Bolton midfielder.
Bolton have not quite settled into this game yet as Wolves compete for every ball.
Stearman gets back well to block Petrov's shot after his mistake
Ebanks-Blakes controls the ball well and creates space for a shot that is well saved by Bogdan.
Wolves have started well and are putting the early pressure on their opponenets.
Ebanks-Blake beats Reo-Coker to the corner but the ball is gathered by Bogdan.
Kightly delivers a great cross that is cut out by Wheater and the ball is eventually cleared for a corner.
Wolves get the game on the way
The teams are lining up and kick-off is now just moments away.
Bolton fan John says: Coyle never gives up on 442, we win with 451 time and time again and he reverts to type here Wolves will win this game. Vela is so good we turn down huge money for him but he's not good enough to play!
Kick-off is less than 10 minutes away and both teams are going through their final phases of preparations.
The club have rallied superbly since the Fabrice Muamba incident. A continuation of their recent revival would extend their points advantage over Bolton to seven points.
Bolton are seeling their third consecutive Premier League victory - something they have not achieved since December 2006.
Today's game is a must win game for Wolves as their last three remaining fixtures at home after this are against Arsenal, Manchester City and Everton.
Wolves have managed just 1 point in the last 15 under Connor and have failed to keep a clean sheet in 27 matches.
Wolves fan Alison has emailed in to say: Glad to see ebanks blake and davis back in squad but still can't understand why stearman keeps getting picked. He is far to error prone but at least it looks like clipboard conner is going for an attacking style for a change,my heart says we will win but my head reckons a draw at best.
David Wheater is back in the team after missing the Tottenham game through injury.
Ebanks-Blake is in the starting line up to add some extra thrust to the Wolves attack.
Ronald Zubar is available again after suspension but he too is only a sub for this game.
Wolves boss Terry Connor has resisted recalling Karl Henry into the team. The midfielder has been out for four weeks with a hamstring injury but is only named amongst the substitutes today.