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Unfair challenge on Christophe Berra by Luke Moore results in a free kick. Luke Moore receives a yellow card. Leon Britton booked. Michael Kightly takes the direct free kick.
David Edwards handles the ball and concedes a free kick. Leon Britton restarts play with the free kick.
Effort on goal by Michael Kightly from deep inside the area goes harmlessly over the bar.
Luke Moore is brought on as a substitute for Danny Graham.
Stephen Hunt produces a left-footed shot from just outside the penalty area that goes harmlessly over the target.
Foul by Leon Britton on Sylvan Ebanks-Blake, free kick awarded. Stephen Hunt crosses the ball from the free kick left-footed from right channel, save by Michel Vorm.
Foul by Danny Graham on Stephen Ward, free kick awarded. Christophe Berra takes the free kick.
Sylvan Ebanks-Blake is brought on as a substitute for Steven Fletcher.
Kevin Doyle is adjudged to have handled the ball. Free kick taken by Michel Vorm.
Stephen Hunt on for Matthew Jarvis.
Matthew Jarvis fires in a goal from inside the six-yard box to the bottom right corner of the goal. Swansea 4-4 Wolverhampton.Assist on the goal came from Steven Fletcher.
Karl Henry gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Nathan Dyer. Steven Caulker takes the direct free kick.
Danny Graham produces a header from inside the six-yard box that clears the bar.
Steven Fletcher fouled by Ashley Williams, the ref awards a free kick. Free kick taken by Kevin Foley.
Matthew Jarvis takes a short corner.
Foul by Stephen Ward on Nathan Dyer, free kick awarded. Stephen Ward shown a yellow card. Steven Caulker takes the free kick.
Unfair challenge on Garry Monk by Kevin Doyle results in a free kick. Garry Monk restarts play with the free kick. Garry Monk concedes a free kick for a foul on Kevin Doyle. Free kick taken by Kevin Doyle.
Goal scored by David Edwards from deep inside the penalty area to the bottom right corner of the goal. Swansea 4-3 Wolverhampton.Assist by Michael Kightly.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Joe Allen on Karl Henry. Direct free kick taken by Karl Henry.
Kevin Foley challenges Michel Vorm unfairly and gives away a free kick. Free kick taken by Neil Taylor.
Outswinging corner taken by Gylfi Sigurdsson.
Gylfi Sigurdsson takes a shot. Save made by Dorus De Vries.
Effort from deep inside the box by Gylfi Sigurdsson hits the post.
Neil Taylor joins the action as a substitute, replacing Andrea Orlandi.
Headed effort from deep inside the penalty area by Kevin Doyle misses to the right of the target.
Corner taken by Michael Kightly from the left by-line, Steven Fletcher takes a shot. Michel Vorm makes a save.
Kevin Doyle takes a shot. Blocked by Leon Britton.
Stephen Ward takes a shot. Michel Vorm makes a save.
Close range effort by Steven Fletcher misses to the right of the goal.
Free kick awarded for a foul by David Edwards on Joe Allen. Direct free kick taken by Garry Monk.
Inswinging corner taken from the left by-line by Michael Kightly.
Michael Kightly produces a right-footed shot from just outside the penalty box that goes wide left of the target.
Inswinging corner taken right-footed by Matthew Jarvis, Garry Monk manages to make a clearance.
Matthew Jarvis scores a goal from inside the area to the bottom right corner of the goal. Swansea 4-2 Wolverhampton.Kevin Doyle provided the assist for the goal.
Danny Graham fires in a goal from close in to the bottom right corner of the goal. Swansea 4-1 Wolverhampton.The assist for the goal came from Nathan Dyer.
Danny Graham is caught offside. David Edwards restarts play with the free kick.
Kevin Doyle takes a shot. Blocked by Andrea Orlandi.
Steven Fletcher grabs a headed goal from deep inside the penalty area. Swansea 3-1 Wolverhampton.Assist by Kevin Doyle.
Shot by Andrea Orlandi. Save made by Dorus De Vries.
Scott Sinclair takes a shot. Kevin Foley gets a block in.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Stephen Ward on Nathan Dyer. Steven Caulker restarts play with the free kick.
Inswinging corner taken right-footed by Matthew Jarvis, Effort on goal by Michael Kightly from outside the area goes harmlessly over the bar.
Michael Kightly takes a shot. Blocked by Ashley Williams.
Danny Graham takes a shot. Save by Dorus De Vries.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Christophe Berra on Michel Vorm. Direct free kick taken by Michel Vorm.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Joe Allen on Christophe Berra. Michael Kightly takes the free kick.
Nathan Dyer finds the net with a headed goal from close in. Swansea 3-0 Wolverhampton.The assist for the goal came from Andrea Orlandi.
Richard Stearman gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Andrea Orlandi. Ashley Williams takes the direct free kick.
Inswinging corner taken right-footed by Michael Kightly, save by Michel Vorm.
Gylfi Sigurdsson takes the outswinging corner, Dorus De Vries makes a save.
Joe Allen gets on the score sheet with a goal from just inside the area to the bottom right corner of the goal. Swansea 2-0 Wolverhampton.Assist on the goal came from Gylfi Sigurdsson.
Foul by Nathan Dyer on Karl Henry, free kick awarded. Free kick taken by Christophe Berra.
Andrea Orlandi finds the back of the net with a headed goal from inside the six-yard box. Swansea 1-0 Wolverhampton.Scott Sinclair provided the assist for the goal.
Allen affirms Swans future
Joe Allen heads into this weekend's Barclays Premier League clash with Wolves adamant that Swansea is the "ideal" place to continue his football development and that he will be at the Liberty Stadium next season.
The 22-year-old midfielder, who has three years left on his current deal, has been one of the club's most impressive performers during a season where they have confounded pre-season predictions to lie on the brink of top-flight safety.
Allen's assured presence in the middle of the park alongside Leon Britton has been a key element in the possession style that has won Swansea so many plaudits, and he was arguably unfortunate not to be shortlisted for the PFA Young Player of the Year Award.
The Wales international's form has been such that he has been linked with moves to the likes of Liverpool, but he sees no reason why he will not remain at his hometown club next term.
"I can't see why not," he said.
"We've had our debut season in the Premier League and the majority tipped us to go down.
"You can see the rewards we've had this season for the effort we've put in.
"We're a hungry group of players and it's a great experience to play at this level.
"We all want to play at this level and I personally can't see why anyone would want to leave because we're a team that's moving forwards constantly under a manager with fantastic ideas."
Manager Brendan Rodgers has insisted that he is confident of retaining the services of his best players during the summer, believing that his squad understand the benefits they reap from playing at a club which has a style moulded to suit their game.
And Allen admits that Swansea is the right place for him to develop as a player.
"Ever since I've come through at this club things have been ideal for me," he said.
"The managers and players we've had, you can't fault it really.
"It's definitely helped my development and I'm grateful for that.
"I'm sure the club will do everything they can to make sure everyone who's been a big part of our season stays."
Wolves keeper Dorus de Vries has no regrets about leaving Swansea last summer despite the midlands club being relegated from the Barclays Premier League.
De Vries will make only his second league appearance since his move from the Liberty Stadium in place of the injured Wayne Hennessey.
But the Dutchman is philosophical about how events have mapped out during the past nine months and is looking to establish himself as number one while Hennessey recovers from knee ligament surgery.
De Vries said: "I had some great years at the Liberty Stadium, great memories. Swansea deserve to be where they are at the moment, they've had a great season.
"A lot of the players have been there since League Two and to show their quality at Premier League level, and the way they play, is magnificent.
"I had a great connection with the supporters although it might be a little bit different on the weekend!"
With regard to his move to Molineux, De Vries said: "It's easy to look later on. I don't have a magic wand and no one can predict the future.
"I always thought Swansea, with their style, would be suited to playing at Premier League level but looking back, at the time I signed for Wolves, I had a good feeling for Wolves.
"There are no `ifs' because I cannot turn back time and, at the time it felt the right choice. I'm sticking with that."
De Vries has no doubts that Rodgers will manage one of the top Premier League clubs in the future.
He said: "It doesn't surprise me at all that Brendan is being tipped for bigger things in his career.
"Tactically, he is really up there, his training methods are really good. He is still a young manager but I see him doing bigger things. I regard him really highly.
"I wouldn't be surprised if eventually he ends up at one of the big clubs. I know his character, he is obsessed by the game, has a great vision, and I've got nothing but positive things to say about him."
De Vries is challenging Wolves to end the season on a high despite going down ahead of plotting for an instant return to the top flight.
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