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NERVIER ENTRANT (represented by-12 - -12) and WILLIAM KENNEDY (rep.
The second half was a much nervier affair with Sevilla's Stephane Mbia and Krychowiak failing to capitalise on half chances before Sevilla struck the decisive blow.
However, it's a classic, must-win fixture for both sides and so while the match draw can be backed at 5/2 (, bet365's hefty 8/1 for Wolves to win 2-1 offers both potentially handsome returns and the prospect of an even nervier run-in for the Molineux men.
Nevertheless, there was a far nervier end to the game than there should have been.
There may be no nervier actress of the moment than Scarlett Johansson: The title could easily describe the cool, superhuman intelligence with which she strips the veneer off her own beauty.
Martin added: "The last few minutes Martin added: "The last few minutes were a little nervier than they should have been, but we had a lot of chances and that was a big positive.
Mitchell is the nervier, more uptight one prone to glorious explosions of pent-up rage.
It got even nervier on 74 minutes with another mistake from Azpilicueta as the Spanish full-back got the wrong side of Aleksandr Ryazantsev who felt the slightest contact and immediately flopped to the ground.
The young full back was successful with three of his five attempts and will reflect that had he landed the other two makeable efforts, it could have been an even nervier afternoon for the hosts.
He lifted the WGC-CA Championship in Miami by a much more comfortable four-shot margin two weeks ago - but showed he can also cope in a far nervier affair.
Els, who resumed two ahead with four to play, lifted the WGC-CA Championship in Miami by a much more comfortable four-shot margin two weeks ago and this was a far nervier affair.
If a stock has received less work history (a poorer state-of-mix), it may be nervier, possess greater die swell during extrusion, or result in non-fills during injection molding (ref.