How the match unfolded
Forest nearly restored their lead through a Wolves mistake in the fifth minute of first-half stoppage time. Cheikhou Kouyate dispossessed Max Kilman and ran through on goal but was unable to beat the onrushing Jose Sa, who had recovered from an injury to return in goal.
In the second half Forest picked up where they had left off in the opening period. Anthony Elanga’s shot crashed off the top of the bar but the forward had been flagged offside.
Forest continued to pile on the pressure and Williams delivered another excellent cross into the box that Toffolo somehow headed over from three yards.
But Wolves threatened themselves and the recalled Matt Turner was called into action in the Forest goal. The American had to make a double save to deny Matheus Cunha from grabbing all three points for Wolves.
The draw sends Wolves up to 12th on 19 points. Forest remain 16th on 14 points, only five above the relegation zone.
Next five Premier League fixtures
- Forest have won one of their last 12 games in the Premier League (D5 L6), defeating Villa in November.
- Wolves’ Matheus Cunha became the fourth Brazilian to score or assist in five consecutive Premier League games, after Gabriel Jesus (twice), Gabriel Martinelli and Elano.
- Forest made seven changes to their starting XI for this game, the most by any team in the Premier League this season.
- Wolves have scored in each of their last 15 games in the Premier League, only having a longer run in the competition on one previous occasion – 18 games from August to December in 2019.