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  •   Home > News > Sports > Soccer

    Wolves have continued their strong start to the Premier League football season with a 2-nil win over Crystal Palace

    Wolves have continued their strong start to the Premier League football season with a 2-nil win over Crystal Palace


    Their fourth victory lifts them to third on the ladder, with only goal-difference separating them and leader's Everton and second-placed Liverpool who both have a game in hand.

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