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Wolverhampton Wanderers

Premier League
Game 19: Sunday 28 December 2003

Wolverhampton Wanderers 3 - 1 Leeds United
(Half-time: 1 - 1)
Crowd: 29139
Referee: A D'Urso (Billericay)
Leeds United
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Match Facts
Wolverhampton Wanderers Team Leeds United
Michael Oakes   Paul Robinson
Oleg Luzhny   Gary Kelly
Booked - 59 minutes Lee Naylor   Ian Harte
Jody Craddock   Michael Duberry Goal - 3 minutes Booked - 26 minutes
Paul Butler   Dominic Matteo Booked - 29 minutes Sent off - 76 minutes
Henri Camara   Matthew Kilgallon
Colin Cameron   Jermaine Pennant Subbed - 82 minutes
Paul Ince   Eirik Bakke Booked - 71 minutes
Subbed - 82 minutes Shaun Newton   Stephen McPhail Booked - 39 minutes Subbed - 62 minutes
Goal - 47 minutes Goal - 90 minutes Steffen Iversen   Alan Smith Own goal - 18 minutes
Kenny Miller   Mark Viduka
Andy Marshall   Scott Carson
Mark Clyde   Frazer Richardson
Sub - 82 minutes Hassan Kachloul   Seth Johnson
Johannes Gudjonsson   James Milner Sub - 62 minutes
Jorge Manuel Silas   Lamine Sakho Sub - 82 minutes
Match Reports
BBC Wolves 3 - 1 Leeds
The Guardian Wolves sense new hope after Smith's slip-up
The Independent Iversen piles on Leeds' misery to give Wolves glimmer of hope Ten man Leeds sunk by Wolves
The Sporting Life Wolves 3 - 1 Leeds
The Electronic Telegraph Iversen puts the seal on rousing rally
The Times Iversen opens escape hatch
Yorkshire Evening Post United handed a wake-up call

The Times, Sunday Times and Telegraph now seem to require registration to view articles on their sites, with the Times and Sunday Times charging readers outside the UK. The Times/Sunday Times has also moved some of the older articles into an archive which requires separate registration and requires you to pay to access the content. The Independent now charges for access to articles more than a week old.

Wolves sense new hope after Smith's slip-up - Adrian Milledge

Copy from Football Unlimited of 29/12/2003.

Wolves took their first step towards defying the bookmakers and Premiership lore by winning a pulsating contest to end Leeds' mini-revival.

If history is to be maintained then Wolves are already relegated, doomed by virtue of them propping up the Premiership at Christmas.

The bookies reflect that tradition by making Wolves 1-12 to return to the Nationwide League; and those odds would have become even more prohibitive had they lost yesterday.

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