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Friday, November 18, 2011

Everton vs Wolverhampton Wanderers Live Stream Online 11/19/2011

Everton vs Wolverhampton Wanderers - Premier League
15:00 GMT, November 19, 2011
Goodison Park, England

11/19/2011 Watch Everton vs Wolves Live Streaming on internet Channels TV online and highlights goals video youtube which we will broadcast the game on schedule. What, Where, who, when for the match Everton vs Wolves? you can see in detail match.

Everton vs Wolves Preview
Everton welcome Wolves to Goodison Park this Saturday desperate to end a run of three consecutive defeats and pull themselves way from the Premier League relegation zone.
David Moyes’ side have suffered a dreadful start to the season with a run of three wins from their opening 10 games seeing them slide down the table to 17th. Goals have been a serious problem with Louis Saha the only experienced striker at the club after the sales of Jermaine Beckford and Yakubu in the summer. The Merseysiders have recovered well from the loss of Mikel Arteta with on-loan Royston Drenthe and Leon Osman turning in some virtuoso displays in midfield alongside the ever improving Jack Rodwell. Wolves on the other hand enjoyed their first win in eight games before the international break seeing off bottom of the table Wigan at Molineux to move up to 13th. The Irishman hasn’t found the net as regularly as has done in previous seasons but his unselfish running and link up play with O’Hara have softened the blow of losing Steven Fletcher to injury.

Everton vs Wolves Probable Line-Ups :
Everton (Probable, 4-5-1): Howard; Hibbert, Heitinga, Jagielka, Baines; Coleman, Fellaini, Rodwell, Osman, Drenthe; Saha. Out: Anichebe (groins).
Tests: Jagielka (toe).

Wolves (Probable, 4-4-1-1): Hennessey; Stearman, Johnson, Berra, Ward; Edwards, Henry, Guedioura, Hunt; O’Hara; Doyle.
Out: Foley (ankle).

Everton vs Wolves Prediction

Everton are suffering a real crisis of confidence at the moment and don’t look like a team who can go out and win a game. Their performance against Newcastle two weeks ago was encouraging but not enough and with their strikers faltering at every opportunity it could be another long afternoon on Merseyside. Wolves on the other hand will head to Goodison buoyed by their win over Wigan and will be desperate to make it consecutive wins for the first time since August and beat the Toffee’s on their own patch for the first time in 32 years.

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