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Wolves and Leeds have played 6 times in the Premier League where Wolves have won 3 times and Leeds have won 2 and there has been 1 draw.

Wolves v Leeds - 28th December 2003, MOLINEUX

The first meeting of Wolves v Leeds took place at Molineux on the 28th December 2003. 

The start of the game was 3 minutes gone when Michael Duberry opened the scoring with a headed goal from a corner by Ian Harte. The next goal came from Wolves when Leeds conceded a corner and Henri Camara took the corner and that went straight to Alan Smith who sliced it into his own net after 18 minutes gone on the clock and left Paul Robinson stranded seeing the ball going into his own net.


Second half started where Wolves left off and on 47minutes Shaun Newton got the ball from Henri Camara and crossed the ball into the box and there to get the ball was Steffen Iversen who headed in the goal which made it 2-1 to Wolves. 

76 minutes gone on the clock Leeds were reduced to 10 men when Dominic Matteo was sent off for a 2nd bookable offence.

90 minutes + 1 and Henri Camara went on the run towards the goal and hit a shot and hit the post but there left unmarked in the box was Steffen Iversen to grab his second goal of the game to make sure the 3 points were safe.

Full Time Score Wolves 3-1 Leeds

Full time Wolves win 3-1 thanks to goals from Alan Smith own goal and Steffen Iversen brace.


Oakes, Luzhny, Craddock, Butler, Naylor, Newton (Kachloul 82), Ince, Cameron, Camara, Miller, Iversen. 
Subs Not Used: Marshall, Silas, Gudjonsson, Clyde.

Booked: Naylor.


Robinson, Kelly, Kilgallon, Duberry, Harte, Pennant (Sakho 82), McPhail (Milner 62), Smith, Matteo, Bakke, Viduka. 
Subs Not Used: Carson, Johnson, Richardson.

Sent off: Matteo (76).

Booked: Duberry, Matteo, McPhail, Bakke.

Attendance: 29,139.

Leeds v wolves - 10th february 2004, elland road

The 2nd Meeting of Wolves v Leeds took place at Elland Road on the 10th February 2004.

Leeds took the lead on the 14th Minute with a goal from Alan Smith and then after 21 minutes Wolves equalised with a goal from Viorel Ganea from 22 yards and after that Wolves conceded on 41st Minute just before half time with a goal from Dominic Matteo.

Half time Leeds 2 -1 Wolves

Leeds started the 2nd half by getting a another goal on 62 minutes with a goal from James Milner to extend Leeds lead to 3-1 and then at the end of the game Leeds managed to bag a fourth in the 90th minute with a goal from Mark Viduka and that sealed the win for Leeds.

Full time Leeds 4 -1 Wolves


Robinson, Kelly, Caldwell, Matteo, Domi (Harte 45), Pennant, Bakke, Seth Johnson, Milner, Smith, Viduka.
Subs Not Used: Carson, McPhail, Lennon, Richardson.


Jones, Irwin, Butler, Craddock, Naylor, Miller (Silas 62), Rae, Cameron, Kennedy, Cort (Iversen 77), Ganea.
Subs Not Used: Oakes, Clyde, Gudjonsson.

Attendance: 36,867

Leeds v wolves - 19th october 2020, elland road

The 3rd Meeting of Wolves v Leeds took place at Elland Road on the 19th October 2020.

This was a game of not many chances for both sides where Leeds had started well with Patrick Bamford who had a goal disallowed by Var and also had  two headers that went narrowly off target.  

Wolves nearly got the lead in the game before half time with a counter attack with Daniel Podence forcing Illan Meslier into a good save.

Half Time Leeds 0 – 0 Wolves

Second half Wolves started well and they thought they had taken the lead on 54 minutes when a cross from Podence to Romain Saiss was ruled out for offside by VAR. Wolves then went ahead 16 Minutes later when Raul Jimenez scored the goal with a deflection from Kevin Philips and left Meslier stranded in goal.

Full Time Leeds 0 – 1 wolves


Meslier, Ayling, Koch, Struijk (Hernandez 75), Dallas, Phillis, Klich, Costa (Poveda 71), Rodrigo, Harrison (Raphinha 82), Bamford.

Subs Not Used: Casilla, Alioski, Roberts, Shackelton.


Patricio, Semedo, Boly, Coady, Kilman, Saiss, Moutinho (Neves 82), Dendoncker, Neto (Marcal 89), Podence (Traore 65), Jimenez.

Subs Not Used: Ruddy, Hoever, Otasowie, Silva.

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wolves v leeds - 19th february 2021, molineux

The 4th Meeting of Wolves v Leeds took place at Molineux 19th February 2021.

The first half didn’t have many chances for either side, with Liam Cooper heading straight at Rui Patricio and Mateusz Klich hitting the post for Leeds. Wolves had one chance in the first half with Nelson Semedo which was comfortably held by Meslier.

Half Time Wolves 0 – 0 Leeds

Second half started where it left off and it took just over an hour when Cooper was denied at point blank range. After that Wolves went down the other end and Adama Traore hit a strike from 25 yards, crashed against the crossbar only to hit Meslier and roll into the net putting Wolves into the lead. Joao Moutinho and Fabio Silva also had chances for Wolves to extend the lead. Later on in the game Helder Costa and Raphinha tried their luck to get a goal and failed to score and Wolves held onto a league double win against Leeds.

Full Time Wolves 1 – 0 Leeds


Patricio, Semedo, Dendoncker, Coady, Saiss, Jonny (Marcal 60)(Ait-Nouri 82), Neves, Moutinho, Traore, Neto, Jose (Silva 87).

Subs Not Used: Ruddy, Hoever, Kilman, Otasowie, Vitinha, Gibbs-White.


Meslier, Ayling, Struijk, Cooper, Shackleton (Hernandez 67), Dallas, Klich (Alioski 81), Roberts (Costa 81), Raphinha, Harrison, Bamford.

Subs Not Used: Casilla, Llorente, Davis, Gelhardt, Jenkins, Huggins.

wolves v leeds - 23rd October 2021, elland road

The 5th Meeting Wolves v Leeds took place at Elland Road on the 23rd October 2021.

The opening stages of the game was all Leeds with a lively crowd that was all and truly up for it. Romain Saiss cleared an off target header from Rodrigo and also two corners early on from Raphinha. Then it was Wolves turn to attack Leeds. Their first shot on target was when Semedo got down the right hand side, Leeds were in trouble and Raul Jimenez forced a ricochet that fell to  Hwang who immediately guided the ball into the net with his outside right foot to make it 1-0 to Wolves.

It was a very good first half of football neither of the goalies had any real action to contend with until near the end of the half when Max Kilman headed over the back post from a cross by Adama Traore and Leeds had the final chances of the first half where Mateusz Klich had a shot that didn’t trouble Jose Sa and Jack Harrison hit a shot wide at the near post.

Half Time Leeds 0 -1 Wolves

Second Half started with Wolves needing a 2nd goal to try and make the game safe but they couldn’t find an early one.  Chances for Rayan Ait Nouri which stung the palms of Meslier and Jimenez curled a simple effort into the goalkeeper’s hands.

Then Leeds started to take control of the game with Sa keeping Wolves in the game dealing with a shot by Gelhardt which he tipped over the bar after Joao Moutinho gave the ball away.

Wolves had more chances in the game once Daniel Podence came on a substitute in the game. Daniel produced a shot but was straight at the goalkeeper and Moutinho had a free kick which went over the bar.

But then there was some late drama when Wolves gave away a penalty. Gelhardt got the wrong side of Semedo who had switched position to the left side with the pair ending in a tangle of legs. Rodrigo put the ball on the spot on 4 minutes added time sending Sa the wrong way.

Full time Leeds 1 -1 Wolves


Meslier, Shackleton, Llorente, Cooper, Struijk, Dallas, Klich (Gelhardt 61), Raphinha (Summerville 53), James, Harrison (Roberts 46), Rodrigo.

Subs Not Used: Klaesson, Forshaw, Phillips, Hjelde, Cresswell, Drameh.


Sa, Semedo, Kilman, Coady, Saiss, Ait-Nouri (Hoever 83), Moutinho (Neves 89), Dendoncker, Traore (Podence 76), Hwang, Jimenez.

Subs Not Used : Ruddy, Moulden, Cundle, Trincao, Campbell, Silva.

wolves v leeds - 18th march 2022, molineux

The 6th Meeting Wolves v Leeds took place at Molineux on the 18th March 2022.

 The first half started with Wolves controlling the game for the first 10 minutes before Leeds had a couple of chances to score from Rodrigo and Bamford who just could not find openings in the Wolves box.

Wolves were in trouble when Neves turned awkwardly and looked in discomfort and had to be subbed by Trincao.  After this it was Wolves who took the lead.  One minute after coming on Trincao had a ball passed by Moutinho and immediately saw Jonny in space with the ball rolling towards him and put it in the corner for his first Wolves goal of the season.

Wolves were controlling the game and had more chances to extend the lead from Jimenez, Podence and Jonny with Stuart Dallas and Meslier denying the three of them.  Then in the 11th Minute of Injury time Podence laid off a ball to Trincao and he picked his spot and curled a shot in the corner through a legs of a Leeds defender for his first goal of the season in the premier league.

Half Time Wolves 2 – 0 Leeds

The second half was turned on its head when Raul Jimenez was controversially shown a 2nd Yellow card meaning a sending off for a challenge on Meslier, this changed the game for Wolves with Leeds getting back in the game with two quick goals in a space of 3 minutes from Jack Harrison and Rodrigo making the scoreline 2-2 . Leeds  took the lead in injury time with a goal from Luke Ayling who shot between Jose Sa’s legs to make the game 3-2 in Leeds favour. deep into injury time there was a shot by Trincao which was turned over the bar by Kristoffer Klaesson with the game ending 3-2 to Leeds.

Full Time Wolves 2 -3 Leeds


Sa, Jonny (Silva 90+4), Boly, Coady, Saiss, Ait-Nouri, Neves (Trincao 25), Moutinho, Dendoncker (Chiquinho 90+3), Podence (Hwang 78), Jimenez.

Subs not used: Ruddy, Marcal, Kilman, Toti, Cundle.


Meslier (Klaesson 55), Ayling, Struijk, Llorente (Koch 40), Dallas, Forshaw, Klich (Cresswell 45+9), Harrison, Rodrigo, James, Bamford (Greenwood 23).

Subs Not Used:  Cooper, Phillips, Gelhardt, Summerville, Kenneh.

Overall History of Wolves v Leeds Games

Wolves News - History Wolves v Leeds

Wolves have won 35

Leeds have won 43

Games Drawn 23

article by Karl Whitehouse

I have been a Wolves fan for over 30 years.

I have supported them both home and away games in the 80’s, 90’s and 00’s and now like looking into wolves games the stats behind the games they play in the premier league and also look other stats if asked by someone else in the podcast. I have also done the 92 football league grounds and shortly be doing a ebook about peoples favourite match they went to along with a match report and if possible stats from game.


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