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Wolves draw with Arsenal

Wolves draw with Arsenal

Wolves and Arsenal reserves played out a 2-2 draw at Telford last night.

Wolves initially came from behind to take the lead following Gilles Sunu's goal after 20 minutes.

But once Richard Stearman and Ashley Hemmings had both scored Wolves were leading.

But within 60 seconds the game was level again as Carl Ikeme was beaten again, this time by Sanchez Watt.

Chris Iwelumo also had chances to add to the scoring but the game in front of over a thousand ended two a piece.

Teams according to WOW:

Wolves: Ikeme, Metcalf, Malone (capt), Stearman, Hill (Ebanks-Landell 45), Davis (Bennett 84), Mendez-Laing, Rooney, Hemmings, Iwelumo, Surman.

Arsenal: Fabianski, Gilbert, Evina, Eastmond, Bartley (capt), Ayling (Murphy 58), Randall, Coquelin, Watt, Nasri (Frimpong 58), Sunu.

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Writer:Akela
Date:Wednesday October 21 2009
Time: 2:00PM

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Glad Stears and big Chris are coming back, should dd some competition. Would expect Chris to feature with the Hoff cooling his heels....
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21/10/2009 17:55:00
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