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Super League: Widnes Vikings 10-18 Warrington Wolves

Steve Price got his first win as Warrington coach as two Ryan Atkins tries saw off local rivals Widnes 18-10. After defeats to Leeds and Huddersfield, Price needed a win and he got it, though the game may well be remembered for the thunderous accidental collision between referee Phil Bentham and Widnes captain Chris Houston. Bentham had to leave the field after Houston – chasing a kick – inadvertently clattered him from behind – with the ‘ref cam’ showing the full effect of Bentham’s tumble. Away from that, Atkins was…

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Sheffield Wednesday 0-0 Cardiff City: Visitors unable to take advantage of Wolves and Derby's dropped points

Sheffield Wednesday and Cardiff fought out a goalless draw at Hillsborough. There were chances for both sides, with Wednesday strikers Jordan Rhodes and Lucas Joao both spurning opportunities to score while Yanic Wildschut and Marko Grujic went close for the visitors. The result leaves Wednesday with just one victory from their last 12 Sky Bet Championship games. Wednesday boss Jos Luhukay, taking charge of his first home league game, handed a start to Jordan Thorniley. The young defender was making his debut after spending time on loan at Accrington earlier…

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Swansea City v Wolves live stream and confirmed line-ups: talkSPORT FA Cup third-round replay coverage on January 17, 2018

Swansea take on Wolves for a place in the FA Cup third round replay on Wednesday night at the Liberty Stadium.  The two sides played out a goalless draw at Molineux in a game which saw Wolves’ Ruben Vinagre and Swansea’s Leroy Fer sent off, however, the Swans player has since had his red card rescinded.  The hosts are currently bottom of the Premier League while Nuno Espirito Santo’s side are in a great position to win promotion to the top flight with a ten-point cushion at the top of…

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Bristol City 1-2 Wolves: Championship leaders edge past Robins in bad-tempered contest

Ryan Bennett headed an injury-time winner to put Wolves ten points clear at the top of the Championship with a 2-1 win at Bristol City that saw both sides finish with 10 men. The substitute pounced to convert a Barry Douglas free-kick from the right and send the Wanderers fans behind the goal into ecstasy at the end of an action-packed game. Wolves had skipper Danny Batth red-carded for a 14th-minute challenge on Hordur Magnusson, sliding in with studs raised 35 yards from City’s goal. Four minutes later visiting boss Nuno…

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Championship round-up: Wolves win again, Derby dismantle Millwall

Here are the highlights from an eventful day in the Championship: Bolton 2-0 Cardiff City Two late Bolton goals saw the Trotters inflict a fourth Championship defeat of the season on Cardiff. Gary Madine’ 74th-minute penalty put Wanderers ahead after Sol Bamba had handled the ball, before Josh Vela tapped-in from close range. Neil Warnock’s team had a first-half effort ruled out, but otherwise could not make a breakthrough. Derby 3-0 Millwall  Derby are making a serious push for the top two and three goals in the space of five…

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Birmingham City 0-1 Wolverhampton Wanderers: Wolves reopen four-point lead atop Championship table

Leo Bonatini reopened Wolves’ four-point lead at the top of the Sky Bet Championship by scoring the only goal of a 1-0 derby win at 10-man Birmingham.  The striker’s 12th goal of the season sealed a sixth straight victory for Nuno Espirito Santo’s side as they reasserted their dominance in the league. They host struggling Sunderland on Saturday as overwhelming favourites to return to the Premier League for the first time since 2012.  That relegation sparked a tumble into League One a year later but it is rivals Birmingham who…

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