It's halftime at the Molineux and Wolverhampton somehow go into the interval ahead of league leaders Manchester United. United took the lead in the third minute after a nifty hit by Portuguese winger Nani from a fairly difficult angle, but a pair of headers from Geroge Elokobi and Kevin Doyle have brought Wolves back into it - and then some. United's defence has been nothing short of appalling, with Nemanja Vidic and Jonny Evans clearly uncomfortable as a centre back pairing, and the back line has made enough mistakes for Wolves to have scored even more than the two goals they've recorded.
United aren't looking at their best, but they're still obviously capable of scoring. This game is nowhere near over, and with Wayne Rooney in obvious pain and hobbling around, we could well see the introduction of Javier Hernandez before too long: The Mexican striker has scored in all three of Manchester United's away wins this season. No matter who's on the field, Sir Alex Ferguson's side has 45 minutes left to take advantage of Arsenal's slip at Arsenal.