Philip Ian Murray
One point is better than none
On paper we should have won this game. We needed to bounce back after our abysmal performance at Villa last Sunday. The scene was set for us to do that with a home game against struggling Wolves. Yet it was an even, slightly scrappy game. Both sides had a number of good opportunities to score. It was goalless at half-time but we went ahead in the 50th minute with a great scissor kick from Ben Mee. Unfortunately, two minutes late they equalised and the game finished 1-1. Annoyingly, Ivan Toney was booked so he misses our next game away to Nottingham Forest (I feel this is a must win game for us). It is now up to our summer sightings to step up to the mark (yet they didn’t seem to do that against Wolves when they came on as subs).