PREMIER LEAGUE: Wolves finally earn a point on home soil

Already relegated Wolves earned their first home point since December after a scoreless draw with Everton.

Already relegated Wolves earned their first home point since December after a scoreless draw with Everton.

Everton will look on this result as a two points dropped as they look to finish above their neighbours Liverpool in the table.

The Toffees were the more dangerous team throughout, although the host’s did improve after the break, but Everton boss David Moyes will point to the controversial disallowing of Nikica Jelavic’s goal for offside in the first half.

Everton are now eight games unbeaten in the league and Wolves, who will be playing in the Championship next season, at least avoided the unwanted record of 11 straight home league defeats.

Referee: Lee Mason

Venue: Molineux

Attendance: 25,466

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