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Keane's fine header keeps Everton's top-four push on track against Wolves

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Alex Iwobi shot the visitors an early lead before Rúben Neves drew Wolves level in a contest in which the home side’s absences ultimately proved the more costly.

Michael Keane headed his third league goal of the season as Everton overcame problems with their strikeforce to claim a win that lifts them into the top four.

In the 76th minute Ancelotti decided it was time to introduce Richarlison.

Within seconds of the Brazilian’s arrival, Everton took the lead, though that had nothing to do with the striker.

With Dominic Calvert-Lewin missing because of thigh trouble and Richarlison judged to be fit enough only for a place on the bench, Carlo Ancelotti decided to start without a specialist striker.

Fears about Everton’s potency were banished after six minutes, when Iwobi opened the scoring with a beautifully constructed goal.

Gylfi Sigurdsson and James Rodríguez served as a pair of false nines while Cenk Tosun was left among the substitutes despite scoring his first club goal of the season in last weekend’s narrow FA Cup win over Rotherham.
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