20 minutes: "If you are hurting high-quality emails, let me express my response to e-mailer David Deon that many in the States would favor that Wolves kits are really old gold," says Alex Alfonso. "In fact, my university loved the color so much that they named a whole alumni weekend weekend (because you do that in the middle of nowhere in Indiana)."
18 minutes: Now wolves are wandering right. The excellent Doherty pings in a flank and this time Jimenez has room to get a shot just to cut across the counter. He should have scored points.
17 minutes: Wolves, dangerously lower left, attack this flank again. Jonny frees himself and pulls Jimenez towards. The striker seems ready to go home just so Atsu can break in and fight. Wolves scream for a punishment as Jimenez goes down, but a repeat shows that Atsu got the ball.
13 minutes: Lejeune makes a faint mistake, giving away the ball on the midline directly to Wolves, but the central defender is relieved when Lascelles intervene and Jimenez's attack on goal can be stopped.
11 minutes: Wolves have struggled several times this season to compete with the defensive teams at home, and they will have to work hard to defeat Newcastle. Visitors are more ambitious than last week against Tottenham.
9 min: Ritchie strolls to the left and sends an absolutely hopeless flank into the area of the wolves.
7 minutes: Jota collects a long ball in the Newcastle area, turns Yedlin and tries to cross. The ball floats past for a kick.
4 minutes: The wolves look to the left, Jota combined with Jonny, who tries to make Jimenez, who can not balance the ground, a skilful pass to the far post. At the other end, Rondon is off the edge of the area. Especially with Rui Patricio.
3 minutes: "Allow me to get something from my chest," says David Dein. "Why do you insist on upholding the myth that wolves play in old gold? They ask anyone who's not from the UK, what color the shirt has, and he'll tell you it's orange. I can understand if textiles were unable to make color gold cheaply, but this was a time that was literally decades ago. "
Just because, to be honest.
Have a look! Newcastle, who steps from right to left in the first half, starts the game. Mike Ashley is in Molineux tonight.
Here are the teams! Wolves are in gold and black, Newcastle in blue.
An email! "Supporting a failing team, such as a pet as a child, is a necessary way to get used to the fact of death," says Ian Copestake. "Man City fans are not so ceaseless, so let's top hats over the Newcastle rabbits that have pendants."
wolves: Rui Patricio; Bennett, Coady, Boly; Doherty, Dendoncker, Moutinho, Neves, Jonny; Jota, Jimenez. Subs: Ruddy, Cavaleiro, Costa, Gibbs White, Saiss, Vinagre, Traore.
Newcastle: Dubravka; Yedlin, Lejeune, Schar, Lascelles, Ritchie; Hayden, Longstaff, Atsu, Perez; Rondon Subs: Woodman, Fernandez, Manquillo, Diame, Almiron, Kenedy, Joselu.
Referee: Graham Scott.
Hello. With Rafael Benitez still refusing very logical calls from Richard Keys to pump some of his own money into Newcastle United, Mike Ashley deserves special praise for signing Miguel Almiron for £ 21m. Times are tough, but Ashley's generosity knows no bounds. Only 12 years since he pitched to the northeast, the owner has reached into his wallet to crush the club's transfer record and further consolidate his status as a club legend. Hurray for Big Mike …
… absolutely nobody said in a black and white shirt. While Almiron looks like a good signing, Ashley will be so stubborn if Newcastle find their way out of the last three on goal difference, get bogged down in another relegation battle and lose Benitez at the end of the season. The manager of Newcastle may need to be more ambitious before deciding to extend his contract and stay in a club whose enormous potential continues to be affected by joyless ownership. Benitez has done a brilliant job so far – the man defeated Manchester City the other day! – and it is clear that he could bring back the glory years if he receives adequate support, but at the moment it is hard to believe that this will not end in tears.
In the short term, at least Newcastle can feel reasonably confident to remain in charge of Benitez. But their fans need to look at what the Wolves are doing this season and wonder what would be possible if the suits were more ambitious. The wolves, led by the very impressive Nuno Espirito Santo, are well on their way to establishing themselves as the best of the rest in their first season in the first season and have inspired their fans with great football this season. After their seventh wins over Leicester, West Ham and Everton, they look good, have scored against every member of the Big Six, have reached the fifth round of the FA Cup and have the chance to win five wins, the leap in all competitions this season. Molineux is sure to rock, and Newcastle will probably need some of this organizational magic from Benitez to get something here. A creative spark from Almiron would not go wrong either.
Kicking off: 8 pm GMT.