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Wolves will be desperate to build on their momentum when they travel to the Etihad Stadium on Sunday to face Manchester City in the Premier League. Meanwhile, Besiktas look to bounce back against Alanyaspor in the Turkish Super Lig.
FULL-TIME: BESIKTAS 0-1 WOLVES
Ozyakup is booked for his protests towards the referee.
Neves provided the assist with a neatly lofted ball back into the box for Boly to finish.
WOLVES HAVE WON IT!!! BOLY MAKES IT 1-0! The visitors have surely snatched all three points. Doherty's long throw-in is only cleared as far as Neves, who dinks the ball back into the box. There, Boly is allowed far too much time to control, before neatly sliding into the bottom corner.
Good challenge! A rare loose touch by Moutinho is pounced on by Besiktas, who look to break with Douglas leading the charge. He feeds it to Ljajic, but Coady makes a brilliantly timed sliding challenge to stop him in his tracks.
We are into the first of four additional minutes at the end of this game. Can either side find a winner?
The visitors are applying the pressure as the clock ticks down. They have forced a couple of corners and Besiktas need to stay focused here.
Wolves now look the more likely as we enter the last five minutes of this game. They win the ball back deep in Besiktas' half and threaten to counter with Neves' shot deflected away.
Besiktas make their third and final substitution as Lens makes way for Gokhan Gonul.
Wolves also turn to the bench - introducing Patrick Cutrone in favour of Jimenez.
Another change for Besiktas sees Tokoz make way for Oguzhan Ozyakup.
Lens goes to ground looking for a free-kick following Jonny's challenge near the corner flag. The referee is not interested, though, and points for a goal kick.
Besiktas beginning to ask more questions as we enter the final quarter of an hour at the Vodafone Arena. However, Wolves do look dangerous on the counter with the pace of Traore providing a good outlet for them.
Vida is in the thick of things again for a Besiktas set-piece. Once again, he gets his head on Erkin's delivery but, once again, cannot direct it towards goal.
We are into the final 20 minutes at the Vodafone Arena, where the teams remained deadlocked. The game really is begging for someone to grab it by the scruff of the neck.
Jonny has his name taken after bringing down Lens, who was threatening to break away for Besiktas.
Traore has certainly made a difference since his introduction. He is providing plenty of pace and power down the right flank and Wolves will look to get the ball to him at every opportunity.
The visitors make their second change as Leander Dendoncker comes on for Morgan Gibbs-White.
Wolves threaten again with Jonny producing a nice ball into the box towards Doherty, but Besiktas stand firm and clear the danger.
Wolves are awarded a free-kick which Moutinho swings into the area towards Jimenez, who is unable to keep his header down.
Elneny looks to switch the play towards Lens, who is in plenty of space on the right side. However, the crossfield pass is slightly inaccurate and the winger is unable to connect.
Checked over and given the thumbs-up, Vida is back on the field of play for the hosts.
Nuno made a change at the break by introducing Adama Traore in favour of Neto.
Besiktas get the ball rolling once more!
It hasn't been a classic so far with both sides looking to avoid defeat rather than going to win the game. Neutrals will be hoping to see somebody take it by the scruff of the neck in the second half.
HALF-TIME: BESIKTAS 0-0 WOLVES
The hosts continue to threaten and a low ball into the box is met by Nayir, but Boly makes a well-timed block to deny the substitute.
The hosts look to neatly work the ball into the box, but the final delivery is not the best and Wolves clear.
Rebocho looks to take matters into his own hands as he embarks on a dangerous run down the left flank. His surge is halted by Doherty, but at the expense of a Besiktas corner.
We are into the final 10 minutes of this first half and neither side has really stamped their authority on this game so far. Neither can afford to lose any more ground in Group K after losing their openers.
Besiktas look to capitalise on an error from Boly in the Wolves defence. Lens' subsequent cross is met on the volley by Erkin, but he is unable to keep his shot down.
The first yellow card is shown to Tokoz for a rash challenge on Jimenez near the centre-circle.
The hosts almost work an opening as Erkin and Ljajic look to play a neat one-two towards the edge of the penalty area. However, a well-timed Wolves intervention stops them in their tracks.
Besiktas are forced into making their first change of the day. Yalcin is unable to continue following that earlier knock and is replaced by Umut Nayir.
Besiktas are awarded a free-kick just to the right of the penalty area after Jonny is penalised for bringing down Lens. However, Wolves are alert and able to deal with the subsequent delivery.
At the other end, the ball breaks kindly for Yalcin in space. The forward advances and tries his luck from distance, but the effort is always rising.
Almost an opening for Wolves as Elneny is sloppy in possession just outside his own penalty area. However, Besiktas recover and are able to prevent Jimenez from getting a shot on goal.
There is a slight concern for Besiktas as Yalcin stays down following a challenge from Saiss. The number nine takes time to gather himself but is back on his feet and able to continue.
The Vodafone Arena is renowned for its raucous atmosphere and that certainly appears to be the case today, with the home fans passionately getting behind their team and jeering every phase of Wolves possession.
The hosts have the first opportunity to threaten their opponents' goal after being awarded a free-kick on the far side. Ljajic swings the ball into the box but it is well-collected by Patricio.
It is clear that both sides are taking their time to settle into their rhythm. Possession has frequently changed hands so far inside the opening five minutes. Although, that is to be expected given the importance of this game.
The referee blows the whistle and Wolves get us underway!