Wolves edge out Saddlers

Premier League Wolves picked up a hard-fought 3-2 win away at League One side Walsall at Banks's Stadium on Tuesday night.

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Michael Kightly opened the scoring for Wolves with a header from a Stephen Hunt cross in the 14th minute before Jon Macken equalised six minutes later.

Leigh Griffiths' 40th-minute strike from an assist by Sylvan Ebanks-Blake was soon cancelled out by Walsall's Will Grigg (42) before Christophe Berra scored the decider for Mick McCarthy's side.

Berra struck past David Grof in the 66th minute after Kevin Doyle's initial effort from an Adam Hamill delivery was not cleared by the Saddlers.

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