After three defeats in a row in the Premier League, Newcastle wanted to revive at home against Wolverhampton as part of the 32nd day of the championship. As for the Wolves, they could temporarily integrate the top 6, qualifying for a European Cup and confirm their good momentum, victorious in three of their last four matches.
The Magpies, who occupied the place of red lantern a few months ago, took 10 points ahead of the red zone by winning in front of their audience by the smallest of margins (1-0). Winter rookie Chris Wood unlocked the mark from the penalty spot to offer the three points to his team. Newcastle climbs to 14th place, Wolverhampton remains 8th in the standings.