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Michael Keane maintains Everton’s European challenge against Wolves

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Don't show me this message again Find your bookmarks in your Independent Premium section, under my profile Wolves 1-2 Everton: Defender’s header lifted the Toffees back into the top four James: ‘Everton and Ancelotti had confidence in me when nobody else did’ This time the visitors came away back in the top four after a fifth win in six games to underline their progress.

It was the forward's first Premier League goal since he scored against Wolves in September 2019.

His drilled cross was volleyed in by Neves for his second goal in two league games.

Neves was close to a spectacular second when his 30-yard volley dipped just wide with 20 minutes left but the hosts never prised Everton open.

Three minutes later only a sharp Jordan Pickford stop denied Fabio Silva and Rui Patricio saved from Iwobi soon after.

It also meant the hosts have now conceded first in 10 of their last 11 league games but they trailed for just eight minutes.

Iwobi should have done better and it was the final chance of an entertaining first half, despite the game failing to build on the early drama.
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