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Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Watford LIVE: Premier League result, final score and reaction

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Follow live coverage as Wolverhampton Wanderers face Watford in the Premier League today.

Manchester City are reigning champions after a dominant 2020/21 season and Pep Guardiola's side are favourites to win it again boasting as they do one of the best squads in Europe.

European champions Chelsea have proven they have what it takes to dethrone City, however, having done it in last season's Champions League final and will be hoping to add a domestic title to the one won in Porto.

Liverpool were winners back in 2020 ending a 30-year wait for league glory and Jurgen Klopp is sure to have them back challenging again at the sharp end this season too while Manchester United will be looking to be back in the title picture with Cristiano Ronaldo returning to his former club in the summer.

It's not all about the action at the top though with Norwich, Watford and Brentford promoted to the top tier for 2020/21 and hoping to hold their own against the best English football has to offer and avoid the drop.

We will bring you all the action and updates from today's game in the live blog below:

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Thats' all from us, we hope to see you for the next game. Until then, goodbye!

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Wolves' resounding victory doesn't move them any higher in the table, but the performance certainly puts them back in contention for European places. Watford remain in a bleak 19th, and with only ten games left, now or never territory is fast approaching for the Hornets.

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Neves' superb fourth goal for Wolves capped off a wondrous performance from the Portugal midfielder, who also made an assist and completed the most passes of any player in both halves. Neves also made three tackles, winning the ball ten times in total, more than anyone else on the pitch.

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The full-time whistle goes, bringing an end to a fantastic performance from Wolves! After those three quick-fire goals in the first half sent Bruno Lage's side on their way, they controlled the second half throughout, and added a fourth with Neves' beautiful strike! Watford were frankly woeful, and, on that evidence, Roy Hodgson has his work cut out if he's to keep the Hornets in the Premier League.

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FULL-TIME: WOLVES 4-0 WATFORD.

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