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Saturday, March 22, 2008

QPR Three Times Go Ahead...Before Wolves Equalized in the 95th Minute

QPR took the lead...Wolves equalized and at half-time it was 1-1..QPR went ahead from a Blackstock Penalty. Wolves equalized with a penalty...Leighterwood put QPR 3-2 ahead. Then Wolves scored - of course - deep into injury time.
QPR now have 52 points with six games remaining. If they'd have won, they would have been 5 points out of a playoff spot.

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16.57: Full time and Wolves grab a point, could prove crucial in the final standings.

16.55: Keogh equalises in the last second for Wolves, his 95th minute leveller gives Wolves a point.

16.45: Wolves are throwing everything at QPR to get a deserved equaliser but it’s to no avail so far.

16.45: Wolves are throwing everything at QPR to get a deserved equaliser but it’s to no avail so far.

16.38: QPR go ahead for a third time through Leigertwood, he hits Wolves on the break and lashes past Hennessey.

16.36: It’s all Wolves and Camp makes two terrific saves to deny the home side.

16.31: Wolves putting the pressure on now really going for the three points that could take them into the play-offs with Plymouth level and Palace losing.

16.29: That was SEB’s 20th of the season.

16.25: The striker gets the chance from the spot now when Wolves are awarded a penalty and SEB capitalises, converting from 12 yards, it’s 2-2.

Jarvis was tripped in the area, no doubt about that spot kick.

16.23: SEB forces another save from Camp.

16.22: Wolves make a change and Freddy Eastwood comes on with 30 minutes left to make an impression. He replaces Michael Gray.

16.17: Camp parries SEB’s effort and it is quite a duel between the two men this afternoon.

16.14: The controversy has stirred both teams and it is a full blooded game now.

16.09: Swain says Collins did handle but there was no intent on his part.

16.07: QPR get a penalty at the start of the second half, it’s controversial again, the home fans not happy.

Collins handles from Buszaky’s free kick according to the referee. Blackstock converts the spot kick.

15.50: half time at Molineux and a good boost for Wolves.

15.46: Spoke too soon just before the break Keogh puts Wolves level, he heads home Gray’s cross.

15.44: Half time approaching and no real signs of Wolves grabbing an equaliser.

15.37: Sixth placed Plymouth lead against Watford - it’s Jermaine Easter at Easter.

15.34: QPR have to make a change when skippe Rowlands has to be replaced by Mahon.

15.33: That was harsh on Wolves after their opening efforts but it’s an uphill struggle now.

15.29: QPR take the lead after a good 10 minute spell through Hungarian Buszaky, and it’s a terrific goal, a snap shot from 25 yards which finds its way into the corner.

Foley was caught dwelling on the ball and Buszaky capitalised.

15.22: First real threat from the visitors. Buszaky’s header drops over the Wolves defence into the path of Agyemang but his fierce shot bounces just wide of the post.

15.21: Ipswich lead at Scunthorpe as Wolves continue to impress at Molineux.

15.19: Sheff Wed lead Palace 1-0. At Molineux SEB volleys over from the edge of the box.

15.15: Swain: “Wolves started a home game as brightly as they had done for some time.”

15.11: Keogh misses a good chance, scuffing wide from close range after good build up from SEB.

15.09: Gray fires a shot which Lee Camp parries. SEB follows up but is thwarted by the offside flag.

15.07: Wolves force the first corner but it is cleared. Our man Martin Swain says Wolves have begun with a high tempo.

15.06: Poor Rob Edwards, he is off injured just 10 minutes into his return. What misfortune but at least Jody Craddock is able to replace him.

15.02: Preston have already done Wolves one favour, beating play off chasing Burnley 2-1.

15.00: We are about to get underway. We will keep you up to date with the other scores affecting Wolves. They could go top six with a win today.

14.43: Swedewolf Bro: “No snow in Sweden”. That’s a role reversal then.

We must be in England because the Saturday afternoon talk is about football and the weather. Just the way it should be.

14.41: Lee said: “Snow Rain and Sun, all intermittent… crazy weather.” Lets hope the sun shines on Wolves today.

14.33: It’s not very nice conditions at Molineux for this game. Is it snowing where you are?

14.17: Two changes for Wolves. Matt Jarvis and Rob Edwards in for Darren Potter and Darren Ward, who is out with flu. Minute-by-Minute Report


Wolves: Hennessey, Collins, Olofinjana, Henry, (c), Keogh, Edwards, Jarvis, Ebanks-Blake, Foley, Gray, Elokobi. Subs: Craddock, Eastwood, Gibson, Stack, Kyle.

QPR: Camp, Delaney, Mancienne, Blackstock, Buzsaky, Connolly, Agyemang, Vine, Hall, Leigertwood, Rowlands (c). Subs: Mahon, Ainsworth, Pikens, Rehman, Balanta.

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