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Full Time: Wolves 2-1 Swansea City

Full Time: Wolves 2-1 Swansea City

Team Line-ups
Wolves
Carl Ikeme, Kevin Foley, Neill Collins, Jason Shackell, Stephen Ward, Michael Kightly, Karl Henry, David Jones, Carlos Edwards, Sylvan Ebanks-Blake, Chris Iwelumo.

Subtitutes: Wayne Hennessey, David Edwards, Andrew Keogh, Sam Vokes, Michael Mancienne.
Swansea City
Artur Krysiak, Angel Rangel, Garry Monk, Ashley Williams, Federico Bessone, Leon Britton, Darren Pratley, Jordi Gomez, Ferrie Bodde, Jason Scotland, Mark Gower.

Subtitutes: Alan Tate, Febian Brandy, Gorka Pintado, Thomas Butler, Dimitrios Konstantopoulos.
Key Match Incidents
Gower, still looking for his first Swansea goal, goes ever so close to getting a second equaliser for the Swans following some slick passing play, his powerful effort from 25 yards hits the crossbar.

Wolves quickly regain the lead as Ebanks-Blake gets his second of the game.

Like we did at Ipswich, Swansea City make the perfect start to the second half as they equalise within 4 minutes of the restart. Pratley scores his second goal in as many games.

Wolves score on the stroke of half time and it sounds like it's been coming as Ebanks-Blake scores his 8th League of the season.

Wolves have a goal disallowed after 15 minutes as Kightly heads home, but the referee waves for a free-kick for a push.

Team News
Martinez is forced to make one change as Bessone replaces the injured Marcos Painter. The other change sees Gower replacing Butler on the wing.

Young keeper Krysiak keeps his place in goal.

Referee: R Beeby

Score:
Wolves 2-1 Swansea City
Ebanks-Blake 45, 56 - Pratley 49
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Writer:VitalSwansea
Date:Tuesday October 28 2008
Time: 7:06PM

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good win in the end....
lincolnblue
29/10/2008 16:23:00
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good fightback .. almost.
ArabianKnight
02/11/2008 11:00:00
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