Electric Everton edge Wolves 3-2

Electric Everton edge Wolves 3-2

Electric Everton edge Wolves 3-2

Everton play against Wolves in a Premier League encounter at Goodison Park on Sunday afternoon. "He really, really can raise the level of our team".

Everton were equally generous four minutes later as Adama Traore sent a low ball into the box and defender Seamus Coleman stopped it in front of the goal, teeing it up for Romain Saiss to poke home the equaliser.

Moise Kean comes in for his first league start since his move to the club from Juventus, whilst Andre Gomes keeps his place in the midfield.

That put the game on a knife edge going heading into the last 10 minutes as Wolves, who had introduced key men off the bench in the form of Joao Moutinho and Diogo Jota, looked just as capable of grabbing a victor as Everton. The Frenchman powered his way towards the corner flag where his marker assumed there was little danger but a deep cross invited a towering jump by Richarlison who steered the ball beyond the despairing glove of the keeper.

Should they lose on Sunday, it will be the first time since 1960 that Wolves have recorded back-to-back away victories against the Toffees.

After a disappointing showing in their 2-0 defeat to Aston Villa, Everton will be hoping to get back to winning ways against a strong Wolves side.

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