Date: 18th January 2009 at 12:45pm
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Wolves failed to capitalise on Reading and Birmingham’s weekend results, managing to let slip a two goal lead in their weather torn match at Bristol on Saturday evening, ending up with a point from a match they could have won.

Goals either side of half time from Neill Collins and Matt Jarvis were not enough to keep Bristol City at bay, who fought their way back into the match, equalising in the last five minutes to leave Wolves fans reeling at the full time whistle.

Played in atrocious conditions that had a hand in at least two goals, it was Wolves fourth game without a win, their worst run of results this season.

But its still leaves them with a five point cushion over nearest rivals Reading, their next league opponents on the 27th.

Anything less than a win would now blow the title race wide open.