Date: 13th May 2007 at 12:56pm
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A late strike from captain Jody Craddock sends Wolves into the break even with West Brom in the play off semi final first leg.

Wolves started the half the brighter side, dominating the early exchanges but failed top make the most of their chances.

On 25 minutes a poor clearance from Gary Breen whose poor clearance went straight to Kevin Phillips who drilled a rocket of a shot into teh top corner of stand in ‘keeper Wayne Hennessey’s goal leaving the youingster no chance.

West Brom then enjoyed their only real spell of dominance earning a string of corners before Wolves did as they have done so many times this season and dug dee, and fought back.

Dean Kighly pulled of a string of fine saves to deny Wolves time and time again, and both Andy Keogh and Jay Bothroyd failed to hist the target when they could have dome better before Jody Craddock rose to meet an Andy Keogh cross and glance the ball into the net for a deserved equaliser.

Nw comes a massive 45 minutes for McCarthy’s men with everything to play for in the hunt for The Premiership.