Matt Doherty strikes twice for Wolves; Cardiff City win, Aston Villa stumble

Jose Verdugo
Marcha 14, 2018

You don't win 4-1 against a side like Wolves every week.

Furthermore, they are unbeaten in their past four visits to Villa Park and that augurs well for the visitors" hopes of completing a league "double' over their rivals for the first time since the 1962/63 season.

"Everyone is playing their part for us right now which is great, but it also makes it hard for me when it comes to picking the team". With hindsight I should have done.

"It was just the result we needed after Saturday", Doherty said. "My experience told me that the third game in a week was too much".

Coupled with Cardiff's home win earlier in the day, the defeat left Wolves three points clear at the top.

Wolves maintained their lead at the top of the Sky Bet Championship after a routine 3-0 win over Reading, with Irish defender Matt Doherty scoring twice for the midlanders.

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Sol Bamba, Callum Paterson and Kenneth Zahore scored after Neal Maupay had opened the scoring for Brentford.

It was the "we don't behave like that" statement that Wolves fans were raging about and it would seem that all Bruce has done is stoke the flames considerably going into the Birmingham derby.

"All the boys are enjoying it, though". We knew we had to play well, and certainly did that.

Sheffield United closed the gap to the play-off places to two points after a 2-0 win over second-bottom Burton. They've got some veery good players who played in the Champions League previous year.

Barnsley inched three points clear of the relegation zone after a 1-1 draw with Norwich.

Swansea loanee Oli McBurnie celebrated his first Scotland call-up with a neat volley just before half-time only for Josh Murphy to equalise.

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