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38 A Sunday 12 May 15:00  Liverpool

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37 H Sat 4 May 15:00  Fulham     

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36 A Sat 27 Apr 15:00 Watford     

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31 H Arsenal (to be rescheduled) 19:45 Tu 23/Weds 24 April


35 H Sat 20 Apr 15:00  Brighton    

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FACSF A Sun7 April Watford at Wembley live on BT ko 4pm

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33 H Tue 2 Apr  19:45 Man Utd    

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32 A Sat 30 Mar 15:00 Burnley    

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31 H Sat 16 Mar  15:00 Arsenal  match to be rescheduled to Tues 23/Wed 24 April

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FAC Quarter Final 15-18 March H Manchester Utd Live on BBC1

FA Cup Quarter Final: Wolves 2 Jiminez 70', Jota 76' Man Utd 1 Rashfond 95'


Wolverhampton Wanderers produced an outstanding second-half performance to overpower Manchester United and reach their first FA Cup semi-final for 21 years on an atmospheric night at Molineux.  Nuno Espirito Santo's side, in their first quarter-final since 2003, fully deserved their victory as United produced their worst performance under the interim management of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. United goalkeeper Sergio Romero, in for David de Gea, had kept United level with brilliant saves from Diogo Jota and Raul Jimenez either side of the interval, before the Mexican striker swivelled in the area to finally give Wolves the reward their domination merited with 20 minutes remaining.  Wolves were rampant and it was no surprise when the dangerous Jota doubled their lead six minutes later, shrugging off United's Luke Shaw on the break before shooting low past the exposed Romero. United defender Victor Lindelof was shown a red card by referee Martin Atkinson for a touchline challenge on Jota, but it was downgraded it to yellow after a VAR review and, even though Marcus Rashford pulled one back in stoppage time, Wolves were worthy winners.

The celebrations on and off the pitch at Molineux when the final whistle sounded demonstrated what this win means to Wolves. Their resurgence under Nuno was exemplified by how they were simply too powerful, too energetic and too inventive for United as Solskjaer suffered his second successive defeat.  Wolves have real quality running through the side with the class and experience of Ruben Neves and Joao Moutinho in midfield augmented by the movement, pace and threat of Jota and Jimenez.  They have the backbone of captain Conor Coady and Willy Boly - and the bottom line was they were simply better than United in all areas of the pitch.  Now they head to Wembley and, make no mistake, they have the quality and confidence to threaten any team left in the FA Cup.


Manchester United get what they deserve - Solskjaer and United have deservedly been showered in praise for their dramatic rejuvenation since Jose Mourinho was sacked in December, the highlight of which was the stunning Champions League turnaround against Paris St-Germain in France earlier this month. This, though, was a performance that rolled back the months to the Mourinho era and was arguably worse than some of the displays turned in under the Portuguese. Paul Pogba was restored as captain as another Mourinho move was wiped away but he was poor - although he was not alone there.  United barely threatened Wolves keeper John Ruddy and, slowly but surely, their performance crumbled to almost shambolic levels in the second half as Wolves were all over them and ran them ragged. Solskjaer will hope it is just a temporary slump but the fight is now right on for the top four and Champions League opponents Barcelona will not lose a wink of sleep after watching United here.

Man of the match - Raul Jimenez (Wolves)

Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo, speaking to BBC Sport: "I'm very proud of the players. We had composure, shape, good running. Very well done to the boys and it was a fantastic atmosphere. It means a lot because we know how big Wolves were in the 1950s and 1960s and there are people in the stadium who have memories of that. To try to achieve the same is much, much harder now but we will try step by step. We will respect everybody in the semi-finals."

'A big step backwards' - reaction - Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, speaking to BBC Sport: "We started too slowly and played into their hands. Our possession wasn't bright enough and quick enough, so it's disappointing. I didn't think we had enough quality in the last third, enough combination play. We had decent dominance with the ball in the first half but that doesn't help if you give the ball away and they can counter. This was a big step backwards, mainly because of the quality of the possession and the passing."


Solskjaer's first back-to-back defeats - stats

Wolves have reached their 15th FA Cup semi-final and their first since 1997-98. They have been eliminated in each of their last four semi-final appearances. United have lost back-to-back games for the first time under Solskjaer, last doing so in December 2018 in Mourinho's last two matches in charge. Wolves have won three consecutive FA Cup games for the first time since February 2003. Wolves have won six of their last seven home matches across all competitions (D1), as many as their previous 16 before this (W6 D5 L5). United have lost an FA Cup clash with Wolves for the first time since January 1973, and for the first time in their four such meetings at the quarter-final stage. Raul Jimenez has scored 15 goals in all competitions this season, at least eight more than any other Wolves player.

What's next? Manchester United host Watford in the Premier League on Saturday, 30 March at 15:00 GMT, while Wolves are away at Burnley at the same time.


Wolves

21Ruddy 27Saïss 16Coady booked  86mins 15Boly booked  41mins 2Doherty 32Dendoncker 8Neves booked  43mins 28João Moutinho 19Castro Otto 9Jiménez sub for Hélder Costaat 90+5'  18Jota sub for Traoréat 87'  Substitutes 5Bennett 7Cavaleiro 10Hélder Costa 17Gibbs-White 29Vinagre 31Norris 37Traoré

Man Utd

22Romero 20Dalot booked  90mins  12Smalling  2Lindelöf booked  84mins  23Shaw 21Herrera booked  62mins sub for Pereiraat 71'  31Matic booked  45mins sub for Mataat 86'  6Pogba 14Lingard sub for McTominayat 86'  10Rashford booked  52mins 11Martial Substitutes 1De Gea 4Jones 8Mata 15Pereira 16Rojo 17Fred 39McTominay

Referee: Martin Atkinson Attendance: 31,004


FT Stats Wolves Man Utd

Possession 39%  61%

Shots      17   11

Shots on Tgt 7   2

Corners    10    6

Fouls      12    5


Match ends, Wolverhampton Wanderers 2, Manchester United 1.

Full Time 90'+6' Second Half ends, Wolverhampton Wanderers 2, Manchester United 1.

Goal! 90'+5' Goal! Wolverhampton Wanderers 2, Manchester United 1. Marcus Rashford (MU) right footed shot from the centre of the box to the bottom right corner. Assisted by Luke Shaw.  90'+5' Sub, (WW) Hélder Costa replaces Raúl Jiménez. Booking 90'+4' Diogo Dalot (MU) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.  90'+4' Foul by Diogo Dalot (MU).  90'+4' João Moutinho (WW) wins a free kick in the defensive half. 90'+2' Anthony Martial (MU) wins a free kick on the left wing. 90'+2' Foul by Matt Doherty (WW). 90'+1' Attempt missed. Adama Traoré (WW) left footed shot from the right side of the box is close, but misses to the right. 88' Scott McTominay (MU) wins a free kick in the defensive half. 88' Foul by Rúben Neves (WW).  87' Sub, (WW) Adama Traoré replaces Diogo Jota.  86' Sub, (MU) Scott McTominay replaces Jesse Lingard.  86' Sub, (MU) Juan Mata replaces Nemanja Matic. Booking 86' Conor Coady (WW) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul. 86' Marcus Rashford (MU) wins a free kick in the defensive half. 86' Foul by Conor Coady (WW). 85' Corner, (WW) Conceded by Luke Shaw. 84' Delay over. They are ready to continue. Booking 84' Victor Lindelöf (MU) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul. 84' VAR: Red Card. Referee decision on field cancelled. 82' Delay in match (MU). Video Review. 81' Foul by Victor Lindelöf (MU). 81' Diogo Jota (WW) wins a free kick on the right wing. 80' Attempt missed. Rúben Neves (WW) right footed shot from outside the box is high and wide to the right. Assisted by João Moutinho following a corner. 79' Corner, (WW) Conceded by Chris Smalling. Goal!

76' Goal! Wolverhampton Wanderers 2, Manchester United 0. Diogo Jota (WW) left footed shot from the centre of the box to the bottom left corner. Assisted by Rúben Neves following a fast break.

76' Corner, (MU) Conceded by Willy Boly. 75' Corner, (MU) Conceded by Matt Doherty. 75' Paul Pogba (MU) wins a free kick in the defensive half. 75' Foul by Leander Dendoncker (WW). 74' Attempt missed. Andreas Pereira (MU) right footed shot from outside the box is close, but misses to the left. Assisted by Jesse Lingard. 73' Attempt blocked. Andreas Pereira (MU) right footed shot from a difficult angle and long range on the left is blocked. 72' Anthony Martial (MU) wins a free kick on the left wing. 72' Foul by Matt Doherty (WW).  71' Sub, (MU) Andreas Pereira replaces Ander Herrera. Goal!

70' Goal! Wolverhampton Wanderers 1, Manchester United 0. Raúl Jiménez (WW) right footed shot from the centre of the box to the bottom left corner.

68' Attempt blocked. Raúl Jiménez (WW) right footed shot from outside the box is blocked. Assisted by Diogo Jota. 67' Foul by Chris Smalling (MU). 67' Diogo Jota (WW) wins a free kick on the left wing. 65' Marcus Rashford (MU) wins a free kick on the left wing. 65' Foul by Romain Saïss (WW). 64' Jesse Lingard (MU) wins a free kick in the attacking half. 64' Foul by Rúben Neves (WW). Booking 62' Ander Herrera (MU) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul. 62' Foul by Ander Herrera (Manchester  United). 62' Diogo Jota (WW) wins a free kick in the defensive half. 60' Attempt blocked. Ander Herrera (MU) right footed shot from outside the box is blocked. 58' Corner, (WW) Conceded by Sergio Romero. 58' Attempt saved. João Moutinho (WW) right footed shot from outside the box is saved in the top right corner. Assisted by Raúl Jiménez. 57' Attempt blocked. Rúben Neves (WW) right footed shot from outside the box is blocked. Assisted by João Moutinho. 54' Paul Pogba (MU) wins a free kick in the defensive half. 54' Foul by João Moutinho (WW). 54' Corner, (WW) Conceded by Sergio Romero. 53' Attempt saved. Raúl Jiménez (WW) header from the centre of the box is saved in the top centre of the goal. Assisted by João Moutinho with a cross. 53' Corner, (WW) Conceded by Paul Pogba. Booking 52' Marcus Rashford (MU) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul. 52' Foul by Marcus Rashford (MU).

52' Leander Dendoncker (WW) wins a free kick in the defensive half. 50' Attempt missed. Raúl Jiménez (WW) left footed shot from the left side of the box is high and wide to the left. Assisted by Jonny. 49' Offside, (WW) John Ruddy tries a through ball, but Raúl Jiménez is caught offside. 49' Attempt missed. Rúben Neves (WW) right footed shot from more than 35 yards is close, but misses to the right. Assisted by João Moutinho. 48' Attempt blocked. Jesse Lingard (MU) right footed shot from outside the box is blocked. Assisted by Paul Pogba. 46' Attempt missed. Marcus Rashford (MU) right footed shot from the right side of the box is close, but misses to the right. Assisted by Diogo Dalot. Second Half

Second Half begins Wolverhampton Wanderers 0, Manchester United 0.

Half Time

45'+2' First Half ends, Wolverhampton Wanderers 0, Manchester United 0.

45'+2' Attempt blocked. Matt Doherty (WW) left footed shot from outside the box is blocked. Booking 45'+1' Nemanja Matic (MU) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul. 45'+1' Corner, (WW) Conceded by Ander Herrera. 45'+1' Attempt blocked. Diogo Jota (WW) right footed shot from outside the box is blocked. Assisted by João Moutinho.  44' Attempt missed. Nemanja Matic (MU) left footed shot from outside the box misses to the right. Assisted by Diogo Dalot. Booking 43' Rúben Neves (WW) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul. 43' Paul Pogba (MU) wins a free kick in the attacking half. 43' Foul by Rúben Neves (WW). 42' Attempt saved. Diogo Jota (WW) right footed shot from outside the box is saved in the bottom right corner. Assisted by Rúben Neves with a through ball. 42' Corner, (MU) Conceded by Romain Saïss. Booking 41' Willy Boly (WW) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.  41'Paul Pogba (MU) wins a free kick in the defensive half. 41' Foul by Willy Boly (WW). 40' Attempt blocked. Willy Boly (WW) header from the centre of the box is blocked. Assisted by João Moutinho with a cross. 40' Corner, (WW) Conceded by Victor Lindelöf. 38' Corner, (MU) Conceded by Jonny. 38' Attempt blocked. Diogo Dalot (MU) left footed shot from the centre of the box is blocked. 36' Corner, (WW) Conceded by Paul Pogba. 33' Attempt missed. Marcus Rashford (MU) right footed shot from outside the box is high and wide to the right following a corner.  33' Corner, (MU) Conceded by Jonny. 30' Attempt saved. Diogo Jota (WW) right footed shot from the centre of the box is saved in the centre of the goal. Assisted by Matt Doherty with a cross. 28' Attempt saved. Rúben Neves (WW) right footed shot from outside the box is saved in the bottom right corner. Assisted by João Moutinho. 28' Corner, (WW) Conceded by Luke Shaw. 25' Corner, (MU) Conceded by Conor Coady. 17' Corner, (WW) Conceded by Victor Lindelöf. 16' Attempt blocked. João Moutinho (WW) right footed shot from outside the box is blocked. Assisted by Raúl Jiménez. 13' Attempt saved. Marcus Rashford (MU) right footed shot from outside the box is saved in the bottom right corner. Assisted by Nemanja Matic. 10' Attempt missed. Paul Pogba (MU) right footed shot from outside the box is close, but misses to the left. Assisted by Marcus Rashford. 4' Jesse Lingard (MU) wins a free kick on the right wing. 4' Foul by Conor Coady (WW). 3' Luke Shaw (MU) wins a free kick in the defensive half. 3' Foul by Raúl Jiménez (WW). Kick Off

First Half begins.



TEAM NEWS

Wolves centre-back Ryan Bennett is available, despite currently serving a two-match Premier League ban, and could replace Romain Saiss.  Head coach Nuno Espirito Santo has no fresh injury concerns.

Manchester United's in-form forward Romelu Lukaku is a doubt because of a sore foot. Ashley Young is suspended but Phil Jones is fit after illness, while Jesse Lingard and Ander Herrera have returned to training and could be involved.

What to look out for in the FA quarter-finals this weekend Jota: Wolves' progress vindicates move despite criticism

MOTD COMMENTATOR'S NOTES

@Guymowbray: Top seven of the Premier League, last eight of the FA Cup - it's not the sort of season that sides coming up into the top flight generally experience.  Wolves, though, aren't your normal newly-promoted club, and those on the inside are presumably merely enjoying 'progress as planned'.  Nuno Espirito Santo will have a plan to beat Manchester United too, having been unlucky not to get the better of his old boss Jose Mourinho at Old Trafford in September. From Mourinho to the surprise of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, United's season has been anything but 'as planned' and yet could end incredibly well. Two in-form teams should give us great entertainment, and Molineux will be rocking. One for all to enjoy, Jose included.


VIEW FROM THE DUGOUT

Wolves head coach Nuno Espirito Santo: "It is the biggest game for the club for some time, we are aware of that. There is a lot of hard work ahead to repeat what happened in the 1940s, 50s and 60s. It was easier back then."

Manchester United caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on Wolves: "Last season you were impressed with them to go through the Championship as they did convincingly. They had a clear plan - didn't get Championship players in, [but] players above the Championship level - and you can see that now, in seventh, they trust their own way of playing. They defended fantastically well against Chelsea but at home they take the game to the opponent with the great passing ability in the team."

LAWRO'S PREDICTION

United lost their first league game under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer last week but, with the chances they had, they should have beaten Arsenal. Solskjaer's side actually played really well, and if they can repeat that performance then it should put them in the semi-finals. Prediction: 0-2


MATCH FACTS

Head-to-head This is the 100th meeting between the sides in all competitions. United, then known as Newton Heath, won the first game 10-1 in a home league game in October 1892. United have won four of the eight previous FA Cup meetings, with Wolves winning twice. This is the fourth quarter-final match between the sides. United won 5-3 at Molineux in 1965 and 3-2 away in 1976, after the original tie at Old Trafford had ended 1-1.

Wolverhampton Wanderers - The most recent of Wolves' four FA Cup wins was in 1960 - United had lifted the trophy twice at that point. This is their first FA Cup quarter-final since 2003, when they lost 2-0 away to Southampton. Wolves' last quarter-final triumph came at Leeds in 1997-98, Don Goodman with the only goal.

Matt Doherty has been involved in five FA Cup goals this season (three goals and two assists), more than any other player among the teams left in the competition.

Manchester United have won the FA Cup 12 times, just one fewer than record holders Arsenal. United are appearing in their fifth successive FA Cup quarter-final. However, they are looking to reach consecutive semi-finals for the first time since 2003-04 and 2004-05. They have won 17 and lost just two of their last 20 FA Cup games dating back to January 2015. United's seven FA Cup goals this season have all been scored by different players: Juan Mata, Romelu Lukaku, Alexis Sanchez, Jesse Lingard, Anthony Martial, Ander Herrera and Paul Pogba. Defeat at Arsenal last weekend ended their run of nine successive away wins in all competitions - they also failed to score for the first time in 22 away games this season. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has won all four FA Cup away ties as a manager: two with Cardiff in 2013-14 and two this season with United.


FA Cup quarter-final predictions

                       Result Lawro Danny

SATURDAY   

Watford v Palace x-x 2-1 2-3

Swansea v Man City x-x 0-2 0-4

Wolves v Man Utd x-x 0-2 1-2

SUNDAY   

Millwall v Brighton x-x 1-1* 0-2


30 A Sun 10  Mar 14:05 Chelsea  Live on Sky D 1-1

30 Chelsea 1 E Hazard (90'+2) Wolves 1 Jiménez (56')

HT 0-0

Eden Hazard scored a stoppage-time equaliser to rescue a point for Chelsea against Wolves at Stamford Bridge.  Hazard curled into the bottom corner in the second minute of added-time to deny Wanderers a memorable victory and ensure Chelsea remain unbeaten in the Premier League since their 6-0 thrashing at Manchester City last month. Maurizio Sarri's future at the club had been brought into question following that defeat, but this point keeps the Blues well in contention for a top four place. Raul Jimenez finished off a swift counter-attacking move to put Wanderers ahead with their only shot on target nine minutes into the second half. That looked to be enough, particularly when substitute Willian saw his curling effort well saved by Rui Patricio late on, but Hazard struck to salvage a draw with his 16th goal of the season. Despite only managing two attempts on goal all game, Wolves may feel aggrieved at only securing a point having defended diligently, restricting Chelsea to half-chances and efforts from distance. Chelsea only had one shot on target during the first half, an effort from Gonzalo Higuain from a tight angle that was comfortably pushed behind by Patricio. Maurizio Sarri's side improved after going behind, with Pedro having a shot tipped over before Higuain failed to convert when the ball flashed across the box following a corner. It was hard to see Chelsea scoring as the game entered added time but Hazard showed neat skill to turn away from Ruben Neves and finally beat Patricio from 18 yards. Chelsea were looking to maintain momentum after back-to-back wins in the Premier League had eased some of the pressure that had been growing on Sarri after his side's thrashing at Etihad Stadium last month. Another loss here may well have put his position under scrutiny once more, but Hazard's late intervention makes it three league games without defeat and seven points from nine since that defeat to the champions, though they have exited the FA Cup and lost the Carabao Cup final on penalties during that timeframe. After making a number of changes for Thursday's Europa League last-16 first leg win over Dynamo Kiev, Sarri restored many of his key players to the starting line-up, including Hazard and N'Golo Kante. However, they were subdued for much of the game, particularly during the first half where they managed just one shot on target. Chelsea enjoyed 75% possession but precious little of it was in dangerous areas, with Wolves content to sit back and look to hit on the counter. Half-hearted penalty claims were turned down when Hazard's corner hit Jimenez on the arm as he attempted to clear. Romain Saiss then had to be alert to clear the ball away from Hazard after Willy Boly's headed clearance inadvertently landed in his path. Jimenez's goal after the break jolted Chelsea into action, with Pedro and Higuain going close, but it took a dramatic intervention from top-scorer Hazard to finally breach the Wolves backline. The point was not enough to move Chelsea back into the Champions League qualification places, had they won they would have moved fourth, two points behind Tottenham and still with a game in hand. Instead, they remain sixth, locked in a tight battle with Spurs, Arsenal and Manchester United for the final two spots in the top four. They do, though, also have the chance to qualify for next season's Champions League by winning the Europa League and take a 3-0 lead into Thursday's second leg of their last 16 clash with Dynamo Kiev.

Wolves continue to impress (pic John Bray)

They may have only managed one shot on target, but this was far from a smash-and-grab by Wolves. The Black Country club have won more points against the 'big six' sides than any other club outside that group and have also taken points away at Arsenal, Manchester United and Tottenham this season. That success has been achieved by being well organised in defence but also having a clear gameplan to counter-attack with speed. That plan worked to perfection when, having restricted Chelsea to half-chances, Wolves struck with their first shot at goal 11 minutes into the second half with a move that started in their own penalty area. Willy Boly's clearance found Joao Moutinho, who immediately found the onrushing Jimenez. The Mexican striker strode forward and exchanged passes with Jota, before forcing the ball beyond Kepa Arrizabalaga via a deflection off Cesar Azpilicueta. Wolves were forced deeper as Chelsea pushed for an equaliser but held firm, with captain Conor Coady marshalling the back three. Leander Dendoncker also proved to be an efficient screen in front of the defence, with no Wolves player making more tackles or interceptions than the Belgian. The fact Wolves, promoted from the Championship last season, are disappointed to only take a point is testament to the progress they have made this season. But they can take plenty of encouragement from this performance as they prepare for their FA Cup quarter-final against Manchester United next weekend.  Man of the match - Leander Dendoncker (Wolves)

Wolves still unbeaten in London - the stats

After a five game winning run against promoted sides at Stamford Bridge, Chelsea have now failed to win two of their last four such home matches in the Premier League (P4 W2 D2 L0).  Wolves are now unbeaten in six league games in London this season (W3 D3), their longest such run in the capital in the top-flight since November 1974 (11 games). Of non-big six sides, Wolves have picked up at least two more points against big-six opposition than any other Premier League team this season (P9 W2 D4 L3 - 10 points). Eden Hazard's equaliser was his 50th Premier League goal at Stamford Bridge for Chelsea, becoming the third player to do so for the club in the competition after Frank Lampard and Didier Drogba. Only Cesc Fabregas (6) has assisted more Premier League goals for Chelsea's Eden Hazard than Willian (5). No player has scored more Premier League goals within a single season for Wolves than current striker Raul Jiménez (12 - also Steven Fletcher in 2011-12). Wolves duo Diogo Jota (one goal, two assists) and Raul Jiménez (two goals, one assist) have directly combined for each of their sides last three Premier League goals.

TEAMS

Chelsea

1Arrizabalaga 28Azpilicueta 2Rüdiger booked 78' 30David Luiz 33Emerson 7Kanté 5Jorginho sub for Willianat 72' 17Kovacic sub for Loftus-Cheekat 56' 11Pedro sub for Hudson-Odoiat 61' 9Higuaín 10E Hazard Substitutes 8Barkley 12Loftus-Cheek 13Caballero 18Giroud 20Hudson-Odoi 22Willian 27Christensen

Wolves

11Rui Patrício 27Saïss booked 66' 16Coady 15Boly booked 75' 2Doherty booked 37' 32Dendoncker 8Neves 28João Moutinho 19Castro Otto 9Jiménez sub for Traoréat 89' 18Jota booked 80' sub for Gibbs-Whiteat 82' Substitutes 7Cavaleiro 10Hélder Costa 17Gibbs-White 21Ruddy 29Vinagre 37Traoré 49Kilman

Referee: Michael Oliver Attendance: 40,692


         Chelsea  Wolves

Possession  76%   24%

Shots       22     1

Shots on Tgt 6     1

Corners     13     0

Fouls        8    14


Match ends, Chelsea 1, Wolverhampton Wanderers 1.

Full Time 90'+5' Second Half ends, Chelsea 1, Wolverhampton Wanderers 1.

90'+4' Attempt missed. Adama Traoré (WW) left footed shot from outside the box is close, but misses to the right. Assisted by João Moutinho following a set piece situation. 90'+4' Foul by N'Golo Kanté (CFC). 90'+4' Adama Traoré (WW) wins a free kick on the right wing. 90'+3'Offside, (WW) Rúben Neves tries a through ball, but Morgan Gibbs-White is caught offside. 90'+3' Attempt missed. Antonio Rüdiger (CFC) left footed shot from outside the box misses to the left. Goal! 90'+2' Goal! Chelsea 1, Wolverhampton Wanderers 1. Eden Hazard (CFC) right footed shot from outside the box to the bottom right corner. Assisted by Willian following a corner. 90'+1' Corner, (CFC) Conceded by Leander Dendoncker. 90'+1' Corner, (CFC) Conceded by Matt Doherty. 90'+1' Attempt blocked. Ruben Loftus-Cheek (CFC) left footed shot from the left side of the box is blocked.  Assisted by Gonzalo Higuaín. 90' Attempt blocked. César Azpilicueta (CFC) right footed shot from outside the box is blocked. Assisted by Willian.  89' Sub, (WW) Adama Traoré replaces Raúl Jiménez. 88' Attempt blocked. Emerson (CFC) left footed shot from the left side of the box is blocked. Assisted by Antonio Rüdiger with a headed pass. 87' Corner, (CFC) Conceded by Rui Patrício. 87' Attempt saved. Willian (CFC) right footed shot from outside the box is saved in the bottom right corner. Assisted by Emerson. 84' Offside, (WW) Matt Doherty tries a through ball, but Raúl Jiménez is caught offside. 84' Foul by Callum Hudson-Odoi (CFC). 84' Willy Boly (WW) wins a free kick in the defensive half.  82' Sub, (WW) Morgan Gibbs-White replaces Diogo Jota. Booking 80' Diogo Jota (WW) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul. 79' David Luiz (CFC) wins a free kick on the right wing. 79' Foul by Diogo Jota (WW). Booking 78' Antonio Rüdiger (CFC) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul. 78' Foul by Antonio Rüdiger  (CFC). 78' Diogo Jota (WW) wins a free kick in the defensive half. 77' Corner, (CFC) Conceded by Raúl Jiménez. 76' Corner, (CFC) Conceded by Rúben Neves. 76' Attempt blocked. Willian (CFC) right footed shot from outside the box is blocked. 75' Foul by Willy Boly (WW). Booking 75' Willy Boly (WW) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul. 75' Ruben Loftus-Cheek (CFC) wins a free kick in the attacking half. 74' Eden Hazard (CFC) wins a free kick on the right wing. 74' Foul by João Moutinho (WW).  72'Sub, (CFC) Willian replaces Jorginho. 71' Emerson (CFC) wins a free kick on the left wing. 70' Attempt saved. Ruben Loftus-Cheek (CFC) right footed shot from the centre of the box is saved in the bottom left corner. 70' Attempt blocked. Antonio Rüdiger (CFC) right footed shot from outside the box is blocked. 69' Attempt missed. Gonzalo Higuaín (CFC) header from the centre of the box misses to the left. Assisted by Callum Hudson-Odoi with a cross. 67' Callum Hudson-Odoi (CFC) wins a free kick in the attacking half. 67' Foul by Rúben Neves (WW). Booking 66' Romain Saïss (WW) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul. 66' Eden Hazard (CFC) wins a free kick on the left wing. 66' Foul by Romain Saïss (WW). 66' Attempt blocked. David Luiz (CFC) right footed shot from the left side of the box is blocked. Assisted by Ruben Loftus-Cheek. 63' Attempt blocked. César Azpilicueta (CFC) right footed shot from outside the box is blocked. Assisted by N'Golo Kanté.  61' Sub, (CFC) Callum Hudson-Odoi replaces Pedro. 61' Foul by Antonio Rüdiger (CFC). 61' João Moutinho (WW) wins a free kick in the defensive half. 61' Corner, (CFC) Conceded by Willy Boly. 60' Corner, (CFC) Conceded by Rui Patrício. 60' Attempt saved. Pedro (CFC) right footed shot from outside the box is saved in the top centre of the goal. Assisted by Ruben Loftus-Cheek. 58' Attempt blocked. César Azpilicueta (CFC) header from the centre of the box is blocked. Assisted by Eden Hazard with a cross. 58' Corner, (CFC) Conceded by Rui Patrício. 58' Attempt saved. Gonzalo Higuaín (CFC) left footed shot from the centre of the box is saved in the bottom left corner. Assisted by Pedro.  56' Sub, (CFC) Ruben Loftus-Cheek replaces Mateo Kovacic. Goal! 56'

Goal! Chelsea 0, Wolverhampton Wanderers 1. Raúl Jiménez (WW) right footed shot from the centre of the box to the bottom left corner. Assisted by Diogo Jota with a through ball following a fast break.

53' Foul by Emerson (CFC). 53' Leander Dendoncker (WW) wins a free kick in the defensive half. 51' Corner, (CFC) Conceded by João Moutinho. 51' Attempt blocked. David Luiz (CFC) right footed shot from outside the box is blocked. 50' Eden Hazard (CFC) wins a free kick in the attacking half. 50' Foul by Matt Doherty (WW). 49' Eden Hazard (CFC) wins a free kick in the defensive half. 49' Foul by João Moutinho (WW). 46' Attempt blocked. Gonzalo Higuaín (CFC) left footed shot from the centre of the box is blocked. Assisted by Emerson.

Second Half begins Chelsea 0, Wolverhampton Wanderers 0.


Half Time

         Chelsea Wolves

Possession  77%  23%

Shots        5    0

Shots on Tgt 1    0

Corners      4    0

Fouls        3    6

TEAM NEWS

45'+2'

First Half ends, Chelsea 0, Wolverhampton Wanderers 0.


45'+1' Foul by Jorginho (CFC). 45'+1' Raúl Jiménez (WW) wins a free kick in the defensive half. 42' Foul by Emerson (CFC). 42' Raúl Jiménez (WW) wins a free kick in the defensive half (but Emerson not booked). 41' Hand ball by Diogo Jota (WW). Booking 37' Matt Doherty (WW) is shown the yellow card for a bad (innocuous)foul. 37' Eden Hazard (CFC) wins a free kick on the left wing. 37' Foul by Matt Doherty (WW). 36' Pedro (CFC) wins a free kick on the right wing. 36' Foul by Raúl Jiménez (WW). 33' Mateo Kovacic (CFC) wins a free kick in the attacking half. 33' Mateo Kovacic (CFC) wins a free kick in the attacking half. 33' Foul by Romain Saïss (WW). 31' César Azpilicueta (CFC) wins a free kick in the defensive half. 31' Foul by Diogo Jota (WW). 31' Offside, (CFC) Jorginho tries a through ball, but Gonzalo Higuaín is caught offside. 26' Delay over. They are ready to continue. 25' Delay in match Conor Coady (WW) because of an injury. 25' Corner, (CFC) Conceded by Romain Saïss. 25' Attempt blocked. Gonzalo Higuaín (CFC) header from the centre of the box is blocked. Assisted by Pedro with a cross. 23' Corner, (CFC) Conceded by Jonny. 20' Attempt blocked. Antonio Rüdiger (CFC) header from the centre of the box is blocked. Assisted by Eden Hazard with a cross. 19' Corner, (CFC) Conceded by Rui Patrício. 19' Attempt saved. Gonzalo Higuaín (CFC) right footed shot from a difficult angle on the right is saved in the bottom right corner. Assisted by N'Golo Kanté. 18' Jorginho (CFC) wins a free kick in the defensive half. 18' Foul by João Moutinho (WW). 11' Corner, (CFC) Conceded by Romain Saïss.   11' Attempt blocked. Gonzalo Higuaín (CFC) left footed shot from outside the box is blocked. Assisted by Pedro. 7' Foul by Gonzalo Higuaín (CFC). 7' João Moutinho (WW) wins a free kick in the defensive half. 3' Attempt blocked. Mateo Kovacic (CFC) right footed shot from outside the box is blocked. Kick Off First Half begins.

TEAM NEWS

Chelsea head coach Maurizio Sarri will again rotate his squad for the Wolves fixture, which is sandwiched between two Europa League games.  Among those rested against Dynamo Kiev were Eden Hazard, N'Golo Kante, Cesar Azpilicueta and Antonio Rudiger.

Wolves will be without defender Ryan Bennett, who begins a two-match ban. Rui Patricio is set to return in goal, with John Ruddy given playing time last week ahead of his likely start in the FA Cup quarter-final.

MOTD COMMENTATOR'S NOTES

@SimonBrotherton: The recent storm around Maurizio Sarri seems to have passed for now with back-to-back wins over Spurs and Fulham in the league and a comfortable 3-0 first-leg lead established over Dynamo Kiev in the last 16 of the Europa League. Wolves will provide a stern test though, having already beaten Chelsea 2-1 at Molineux back in early December.  They've built on results like that, and have taken more points from the established top six than any of the other 14 sides in the Premier League. What's more, they head for Stamford Bridge having lost only one of the last seven games and are unbeaten in their five league matches played in London this season.

VIEW FROM THE DUGOUT

Chelsea head coach Maurizio Sarri: "I think we can gain the spot in the Champions League in the Premier League. We are fighting. We are only two points away, at the moment, and have to play one match in hand."

Wolves head coach Nuno Espirito Santo: "[December's win over Chelsea] was a very important moment because it ended a very bad moment, a bad run we had. It was a turning point in the competition but we know there are always ups and downs. When you have something that doesn't work out, it's about bouncing back and recovering and returning to these standards again. We made those against Cardiff after a bad performance, so let's sustain that consistency and challenge ourselves on Sunday."

LAWRO'S PREDICTION

Wolves have got a good record against the top-six clubs this season and beat Chelsea at Molineux in December, but I think they will find it a lot harder this time. Prediction: 2-0


MATCH FACTS

Head-to-head - Chelsea have registered six successive home wins against Wolves in all competitions, scoring 21 goals and conceding just two. Wolves could earn their first league double over Chelsea since 1974-75, when the Blues were relegated from the top flight. Chelsea have won three of their past four Premier League games - although they lost the other 6-0 at Manchester City. They haven't won three in a row in the league since beginning the season with five straight victories. The Blues are unbeaten at Stamford Bridge in the league in 2019, winning their last three home games in the top flight. Chelsea have kept clean sheets in half of their home league games this season. They are the only side not to have had a player sent off in this season's Premier League. Eden Hazard has been directly involved in 23 Premier League goals this season, scoring 12 and setting up 11 to equal his previous best, set in 2014-15.

Wolverhampton Wanderers have lost just one of their last seven league games (W4, D2). Only the two Manchester sides and Arsenal have taken more points than Wolves during that spell. They have kept just two away clean sheets in this season's Premier League. Nuno Espírito Santo's side are unbeaten in their five Premier League games in London this season (W3, D2). Wolves have used just 19 players in the league this season, the fewest of any top-flight side. Raul Jimenez is one short of equalling Wolves' Premier League record of 12 goals in a single campaign, currently held by Steven Fletcher. Jimenez has been directly involved in seven goals in his last seven Premier League games, with five goals and two assists.



29 H Sat 2 Mar 15:00 Cardiff    W2-0

29 Wolves 2 Jota (16'), Jiménez (18') Cardiff 0

HT 2-0


Diogo Jota and Raul Jimenez were on target as Wolves ended a three-match winless run in the league with victory over struggling Cardiff. Jota broke the deadlock in the 16th minute, exchanging passes with Jimenez on the edge of the Cardiff penalty area before finishing confidently past Neil Etheridge. Wolves doubled their lead just two minutes later when Jota returned the favour for Jimenez, who fired low into the corner for his 11th league goal of the campaign. Leander Dendoncker nearly made it 3-0 in the first half but struck the post from point-blank range before being denied by Etheridge on the follow-up. Cardiff's woes were compounded by an injury to Sol Bamba, who was carried off on a stretcher before half-time with what appeared to be a knee injury.

The win lifts seventh-placed Wolves onto 43 points - more than they have previously amassed in the Premier League - while Cardiff remain 18th, two points off safety following a third consecutive defeat.

Ryan Bennett's 10 yellow means he misses Chelsea and Man Utd, and was lucky not to be sent off just before half time.


Line-ups

Wolves

21Ruddy 5Bennett Booked at 34' 16Coady  15Boly 37Traoré sub for Cavaleiroat 75' 32Dendoncker 27Saïss 17Gibbs-White sub for João Moutinhoat 64' 29Vinagre 9Jiménez

 18Jota sub for Doherty at 47' Substitutes 2Doherty 7Cavaleiro 8Neves 10Hélder Costa 19Castro Otto 28João Moutinho 31Norris

Cardiff

1Etheridge 2Peltier Booked at 62' 4Morrison 22Bamba Booked at 45' sub for Ecuele Mangaat 45+2' 3Bennett 17Gunnarsson 21Camarasa 8Ralls 14De Cordova-Reid sub for  Patersonat 59' 10Zohore 29Niasse sub for Healeyat 76' Substitutes 5Ecuele Manga 7Arter 12Smithies 13Paterson 15Bacuna 23K Harris 32Healey

Referee: Andre Marriner Attendance: 31,309

Match Stats

        Wolves Cardiff

Possession 56% 44%

Shots      13  12

Shots on Tgt 6  4

Corners     7   8

Fouls      11   6


Match ends, Wolverhampton Wanderers 2, (Cdf) 0.

Full Time 90'+4' Second Half ends, Wolverhampton Wanderers 2, (Cdf) 0.

90'+2' Attempt blocked. Sean Morrison (Cdf) header from the centre of the box is blocked. Assisted by Joe Ralls with a cross. 90'+2' Corner, (Cdf). Conceded by Conor Coady. 90' Corner, (WW) Conceded by Joe Bennett. 89' Corner, (WW) Conceded by Neil Etheridge. 89' Attempt saved. Rúben Vinagre (WW) left footed shot from the left side of the box is saved in the top centre of the goal. Assisted by Romain Saïss. 89' Corner, (Cdf). Conceded by Matt Doherty. 88' Foul by Rúben Vinagre (WW). 88' Sean Morrison (Cdf) wins a free kick in the defensive half. 87' Attempt saved. Sean Morrison (Cdf) header from the centre of the box is saved in the top centre of the goal. Assisted by Joe Ralls with a cross. 86' Corner, (Cdf). Conceded by Romain Saïss. 86' Offside, (WW) Rúben Vinagre tries a through ball, but Ivan Cavaleiro is caught offside. 84' Attempt missed. Aron Gunnarsson (Cdf) right footed shot from outside the box misses to the left. 81' Attempt blocked. Joe Ralls (Cdf) left footed shot from outside the box is blocked. 80' Corner, (Cdf). Conceded by Romain Saïss. 80' Foul by Ivan Cavaleiro (WW). 80' Aron Gunnarsson (Cdf) wins a free kick on the right wing. 77' Ivan Cavaleiro (WW) wins a free kick on the left wing. 77' Foul by Aron Gunnarsson (Cdf). 76'Sub, (Cdf). Rhys Healey replaces Oumar Niasse. 75' Sub, (WW) Ivan Cavaleiro replaces Adama Traoré. 74' Corner, (WW) Conceded by Neil Etheridge. 74' Attempt saved. Raúl Jiménez (WW) left footed shot from the centre of the box is saved in the centre of the goal. Assisted by Matt Doherty. 72' Foul by Ryan Bennett (WW). 72' Kenneth Zohore (Cdf) wins a free kick on the left wing. 70' Willy Boly (WW) wins a free kick in the defensive half. 70' Foul by Sean Morrison (Cdf). 69' Attempt blocked. Joe Ralls (Cdf) right footed shot from outside the box is blocked. 69' Corner, (Cdf). Conceded by Leander Dendoncker. 65' Attempt missed. Raúl Jiménez (WW) header from the centre of the box is too high. Assisted by João Moutinho with a cross following a corner. 64' Sub, (WW) João Moutinho replaces Morgan Gibbs-White. 64' Corner, (WW) Conceded by Neil Etheridge. 63' Attempt saved. Rúben Vinagre (WW) left footed shot from the centre of the box is saved in the bottom right corner. Assisted by Raúl Jiménez. Booking 62' Lee Peltier (Cdf) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul. 62' Rúben Vinagre (WW) wins a free kick in the attacking half. 62' Foul by Lee Peltier (Cdf).  59' Sub, (Cdf). Callum Paterson replaces Bobby De Cordova-Reid. 58' Raúl Jiménez (WW) wins a free kick in the defensive half. 58' Foul by Joe Ralls (Cdf). 57' Delay over. They are ready to continue. 56' Delay in match Joe Bennett (Cdf) because of an injury. 54' Attempt missed. Adama Traoré (WW) left footed shot from outside the box misses to the right. Assisted by Raúl Jiménez. 53' Attempt missed. Bobby De Cordova-Reid (Cdf) left footed shot from outside the box is high and wide to the left. Assisted by Kenneth Zohore. 47' Attempt missed. Adama Traoré (WW) right footed shot from outside the box misses to the right. Assisted by Raúl Jiménez following a fast break. 7' Sub, (WW) Matt Doherty replaces Diogo Jota because of an injury.

Second Half

Second Half begins Wolverhampton Wanderers 2, (Cdf) 0.

HT

        Wolves Cardiff

Possession 54%  46%

Shots       6    5

Shots on Target 3  2

Corners  3   3

Fouls      6   2

Half Time

45'+8' First Half ends, Wolverhampton Wanderers 2, (Cdf) 0.

45'+7' Attempt missed. Aron Gunnarsson (Cdf) right footed shot from the centre of the box is close, but misses to the left following a set piece situation. 45'+6' Foul by Ryan Bennett (WW). 45'+6' Joe Bennett (Cdf) wins a free kick on the left wing. 45'+6' Hand ball by Morgan Gibbs-White (WW). 45'+5' Attempt saved. Sean Morrison (Cdf) header from the centre of the box is saved in the top centre of the goal. Assisted by Joe Ralls. 45'+4' Foul by Romain Saïss (WW). 45'+4' Oumar Niasse (Cdf) wins a free kick in the attacking half. 45'+2' Delay over. They are ready to continue. 45'+2' Sub, (Cdf). Bruno Ecuele Manga replaces Sol Bamba because of an injury. Booking  45'+1' Sol Bamba (Cdf) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul. 43' Delay in match Sol Bamba (Cdf) because of an injury. 43' Adama Traoré (WW) wins a free kick in the attacking half. 43' Foul by Sol Bamba (Cdf). 41' Foul by Romain Saïss (WW). 41' Bobby De Cordova-Reid (Cdf) wins a free kick in the defensive half. 39' Delay over. They are ready to continue. 39' Delay in match Diogo Jota (WW) because of an injury. 37' Foul by Diogo Jota (WW). 37' Víctor Camarasa (Cdf) wins a free kick in the defensive half. Booking 34' Ryan Bennett (WW) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul. 34' Foul by Ryan Bennett (WW). 34' Bobby De Cordova-Reid (Cdf) wins a free kick in the attacking half. 33' Corner, (WW) Conceded by Sol Bamba. 33' Attempt blocked. Willy Boly (WW) header from the centre of the box is blocked. Assisted by Morgan Gibbs-White with a cross. 33' Corner, (WW) Conceded by Neil Etheridge. 33' Attempt saved. Leander Dendoncker (WW) left footed shot from very close range is saved in the centre of the goal. 33' Leander Dendoncker (WW) hits the left post with a right footed shot from very close range. Assisted by Romain Saïss following a corner. 32' Corner, (WW) Conceded by Joe Bennett. 29' Corner, (Cdf). Conceded by Ryan Bennett.

29' Attempt blocked. Oumar Niasse (Cardiff City) right footed shot from outside the box is blocked. Assisted by Víctor Camarasa. 28' Attempt blocked. Diogo Jota (WW) left footed shot from the left side of the box is blocked. Assisted by Willy Boly. 24' Attempt missed. Joe Ralls (Cdf) left footed shot from outside the box is high and wide to the left. Assisted by Bobby De Cordova-Reid. 23' Attempt missed. Morgan Gibbs-White (WW) right footed shot from the centre of the box misses to the right. Assisted by Rúben Vinagre with a cross following a fast break.

Goal!

18' Goal! Wolverhampton Wanderers 2, (Cdf) 0. Raúl Jiménez (WW) right footed shot from the centre of the box to the bottom left corner. Assisted by Diogo Jota.

Goal!

16' Goal! Wolverhampton Wanderers 1, (Cdf) 0. Diogo Jota (WW) right footed shot from the centre of the box to the bottom left corner. Assisted by Raúl Jiménez.

13' Hand ball by Raúl Jiménez (WW). 12' Foul by Kenneth Zohore (Cdf). 12' Willy Boly (WW) wins a free kick in the defensive half. 10' Attempt blocked. Kenneth Zohore (Cdf) header from the centre of the box is blocked. Assisted by Joe Bennett with a cross. 9' Corner, (Cdf). Conceded by Ryan Bennett. 6' Attempt saved. Aron Gunnarsson (Cdf) right footed shot from the centre of the box is saved in the centre of the goal. Assisted by Víctor Camarasa with a cross. 5'  Corner, (Cdf). Conceded by Ryan Bennett. 4' Aron Gunnarsson (Cdf) wins a free kick in the defensive half. 4' Foul by Morgan Gibbs-White (WW). Kick Off

First Half begins.


TEAM NEWS

Wolves goalkeeper John Ruddy will make his first league start of the season to help prepare him for the FA Cup quarter-final later this month. Defender Ryan Bennett is currently on nine yellow cards, so one more would trigger a two-match ban.

Cardiff's Victor Camarasa is finally fit after a calf problem. Oumar Niasse returns after being ineligible to face parent club Everton in midweek, while Joe Ralls, who missed the game with a pelvic problem, is fit. Harry Arter and Callum Paterson could both return after being rested in midweek.


MOTD COMMENTATOR'S NOTES

Martin Fisher: Cardiff's climb out of the relegation zone proved to be brief, and losing heavily at home to Watford and then Everton will have severely dented already fragile confidence. In this deeply troubling season for Neil Warnock, it's a major challenge of his motivational powers to rouse his players again. No doubt he will bring up their recent wins at Southampton and Leicester, while Wolves' loss at Huddersfield on Tuesday might provide further encouragement - as should their victory in the reverse fixture in Wales last November.

Wolves have stuttered of late but surely it's only a matter of time before they click into gear again. Isn't it?

VIEW FROM THE DUGOUT

Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock on his players: "I had a chat with them all [after the Everton defeat] and put my point of view forward about the remainder of the season. After that they had a meeting of their own and I was quite pleased about that. When you do make mistakes you don't tend to look in the mirror, you tend to look around. All I've asked is for them to look in the mirror."

Wolves head coach Nuno Espirito Santo on the decision to play John Ruddy: "Because in two weeks' time, we're going to play in the FA Cup, and John Ruddy is going to be in goal. We consider this is the right moment for him to get some game time in competition, and to be stronger."

LAWRO'S PREDICTION

Wolves have now lost home and away to Huddersfield, which is a surprise when you think about the season that Nuno Espirito Santo's side have had. Defeat here would mean Cardiff will also do the double over them, but I don't expect that to happen. Prediction: 2-1

MATCH FACTS

Head-to-head Cardiff came from behind to win 2-1 in their first Premier League meeting last November.  Wolves have lost on three of the last five occasions they have hosted Cardiff. The away team is winless in each of the last 22 Premier League fixtures between two promoted teams since Leicester City beat Burnley in April 2015.

Wolverhampton Wanderers have lost just one of their last six league matches, and one of nine in all competitions - but that was against bottom-of-the-table Huddersfield. They are unbeaten in five home games in all competitions, winning four of them. Wolves have scored just four first-half goals at home in this season's Premier League - no other top-flight team has scored fewer. Wanderers have already equalled their highest Premier League tally of 40 points.

Nuno Espirito Santo's first defeat as Wolves head coach was against Cardiff City.

Cardiff have lost successive league matches, conceding eight goals in the process. The Bluebirds have failed to score in 12 of their 28 league games (43%). Only bottom side Huddersfield have a worse record. Cardiff have conceded at least three goals in 11 different Premier League games this season, more than any other side.

They have a passing accuracy of just 64.2% this season, the lowest tally by a Premier League team in a season since Stoke's 64% in 2010-11. Cardiff have scored seven first-half goals this season, fewer than any other Premier League side. Sixteen of their last 19 league goals were scored in the second half.


 









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29

Sat

2 March

15:00


Wolves

2

0

Cardiff

3

43

7

2

Sheeps H

30

Sun

10 March

14:05:00

Sky

Chelski   

1

1

Wolves

1

44

7

2

Chelski A

FACQ

Sat

16 March

19:55

BBC

Wolves

2

1

ManUtd

FA

Cup

qtr

final

FAC6

31

Sat

16 March

15:00


Wolves



Arsenal   

moved to 23/24 April

Gooners H

32

Sat

30 March

15:00


 Burnley  



Wolves





Clarets H

33

Tue

2 April

19:45

Sky

Wolves



 ManUtd  





ManU A

FACSF

Sun

7 April

16:00

BT

Watford

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 Wolves

FA

Cup

semi

final

FACSF

34

Sat

13 April

15:00


Saints   



Wolves





Saints A

35

Sat

20 April

15:00


Wolves



Brighton   





Seagulls H

31

Wed

24 April

19:45


Wolves



Arsenal   





Gooners H

36

Sat

27 April

15:00


Watford   



Wolves





Hornets A

37

Sat

4 May   

15:00


Wolves



Fulham   





Cottagers H

38

Sun

12 May 2019

15:00


 Liverpool



Wolves





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