Wolverhampton Wanderers 0-0 Everton
Wolves picked up their first point at home since December thanks to an uninspiring goalless draw against Everton.
The visitors enjoyed more of the possession in the first half but chances were few and far between and the game always seemed destined to end in a stalement. Nicola Jelavic had a goal chalked off for offside which replays showed was a harsh decision, but his team were restricted to a few shots which flew over the bar. The Toffees will feel they were harshly done to after Leon Osman had his heels clipped just inside the area, but no penalty was given. Steven Pienaar threatened the home goal, having a shot blocked by Ronald Zubar and then seeing a curling effort well saved by Dorus de Vries. Everton ended the half trying to walk the ball into the net when it may have been better shooting on sight, with Wolves standing firm but not showing any kind of attacking threat. Wolves improved after the break but again it was the visitors who showed the most attacking intent. Jelavic dragged a shot wide when in a good position and they were once again denied by the offside flag after substitute Denis Stracqualursi found the back of the net. The game petered out towards the end but Terry Connor will have been pleased to have at least recorded a clean sheet in his side's last home game of the season, and to have avoided equalling Sunderland's unwanted Premier League record of 10 straight home defeats.