Wolverhampton Wanderers 0 Brighton & Hove Albion 0
By Tim Hodges from Molineux
The Seagulls earned what could be a crucial point come May, but only had one shot on target in the entire match.
Albion dominated the later stages with Alexis Mac Allister looking lively on his debut.
Davy Propper had Albion’s only shot on target but his first half effort was well held Rui Patricio.
Albion’s best chances came after half time, Leandro Trossard scooting clear and firing a cross along the sis yard box, but neither Solly March or Neal Maupay could get near enough to tap it in.
March then had another great chance after good work from Trossard and Aaron Mooy , but the winger scuffed his lines again as shot sailed over.
Albion dominated the latter stages and Mac Allister on as a substitute looked to create, but Albion didn’t have a clear cut chance to score.
It doesn’t get any easier as the Seagulls prepare to take on Arsenal at the Amex next Saturday at 3pm.
But the wait for an Albion win in 2020 goes on.