With the fixtures between Wolves and Everton finishing 1-1 and 0-0 last season, another draw at Goodison Park was perhaps a rather predictable outcome. What was interesting about the 1-1 scoreline, however, was how much the game was one of two halves. Draws often reflect an evenly-matched tie with neither side being able to outmanoeuvre the other. Yet at half time on Saturday, Everton were in control and the 1-0 scoreline failed to reflect their dominance or the amount of chances they had. Fast forward 45 minutes and it was Wolves, buoyed by the addition of Adl
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