|Wolverhampton Wanderers:||Rui Patricio, Leander Dendoncker, Romain Saiss, Conor Coady, Nelson Semedo, Daniel Podence (Fabio Silva, min.46), Ruben Neves, Rayan Ait-Nouri (Ki-Jana Hoever, min.90), Pedro Neto, Willian Jose (Vitinha, min.72) and Adama Traore|
|West Ham:||Lukasz Fabianski, Vladimir Coufal, Craig Dawson, Issa Diop, Aaron Cresswell, Pablo Fornals (Said Benrahma, min.78), Jesse Lingard, Mark Noble, Tomas Soucek, Arthur Masuaku (Ben Johnson, min.67) and Michail Antonio (Jarrod Bowen, min.36)|
|Goals:||Jesse Lingard (0-1, min. 6), Pablo Fornals (0-2, min. 14), Jarrod Bowen (0-3, min. 38), Leander Dendoncker (1-3, min. 44) and Fabio Silva (2-3, min. 68)|
Wolverhampton Wanderers fell to a home defeat at the hands of West Ham at Molineux Stadium on Monday. Wolves were hoping to get something from this game after losing their last game 4-1 to Manchester City. The Hammers had managed to pick up a single point in their encounter with Arsenal. As it stands, Wolves and The Hammers currently occupy 14th and 4th spots in the league, with 35 points and 52 points respectively after 30 matches.
The Hammers started well, thanks to Jesse Lingard giving The Hammers the lead after only 6 minutes. The momentum was now with The Hammers, who then scored again through a goal from Pablo Fornals in the 14th minute to establish a 2-0. The momentum was now with The Hammers, who then scored again through a goal from Jarrod Bowen in the 38th minute to establish a 3-0. However, Wolves just before half-time pull-back following a Leander Dendoncker goal, finishing the first half 1-3.
The Wolves took the initiative in the second half, with a goal from Fabio Silva, 68 minutes in. The game ended with a 3-2 victory for the visitors.
Both teams used all available substitutes. For Wolves, Fabio Silva, Vitinha and Ki-Jana Hoever, came on for Daniel Podence, Willian Jose and Rayan Ait-Nouri, The Hammers brought on Jarrod Bowen, Ben Johnson and Said Benrahma to replace Michail Antonio, Arthur Masuaku and Pablo Fornals.
There were bookings for Ruben Neves from Wolves. For The Hammers, Craig Dawson, Issa Diop, Tomas Soucek and Jesse Lingard saw yellow.
Wolves will next travel to Fulham, while The Hammers will face Leicester City at home.