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Last Updated: Saturday, 26 February, 2005, 17:13 GMT
Wolves 0-0 Watford
Wolves drew for the ninth time in the 14 games since Glenn Hoddle took over.

Kenny Miller had the best chance for Wolves after 60 minutes, but he failed to hit the target from close range after a superb cross from Leon Clarke.

Carl Cort's introduction after the break had led to an improvement and he might have scored with a shot that was well saved by Richard Lee.

Watford striker Hameur Bouazza had his team's best chance of the match - but his shot missed Michael Oakes' goal.

  • Wolves boss Glenn Hoddle:
    "I can't control the fans, I can only control the players.

    "It was only at the end that they got disgruntled. I thought they were with us during the game.

    "We should have been right on the front foot in the last few minutes because we've finished matches strongly and scored quite a few late goals."

  • Watford boss Ray Lewington:
    "We didn't show anything going forward in the first half. In the second, we did a lot better and created one or two promising situations," he said.

    "As entertainment goes it was poor. Having said that I don't think any of us should give up on the play-offs.

    "The results are unbelievable week in, week out. Someone will go on a run and kick on and it could be Wolves."

    Wolverhampton: Oakes, Edwards, Lescott, Craddock, Naylor, Cooper (Cort 55), Ince, Andrews (Kennedy 77), Seol (Cameron 82), Miller, Clarke.
    Subs Not Used: Ikeme, Olofinjana.

    Booked: Edwards.

    Watford: Lee, Chambers, Cox, Demerit, Darlington, Eagles, Blizzard, Jackson, Mahon, Bouazza, Webber (Dyer 87).
    Subs Not Used: Chamberlain, Ardley, Doyley, Young.

    Booked: Mahon.

    Att: 25,060

    Ref: G Salisbury (Lancashire).

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