Apr 18, 2014 at 3pm UK at ​Molineux
WolvesWolverhampton Wanderers
RotherhamRotherham United
Dicko (21', 34', 80'), Edwards (38'), Ricketts (90'), McDonald (97')
Batth (77'), Dicko (80')
FT(HT: 3-1)
Agard (14', 61', 88'), Skarz (84')
Tavernier (75'), Arnason (80'), Skarz (82'), Agard (89')

Kenny Jackett bemused by pitch invasions

Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Kenny Jackett looks on during the Sky Bet League One match between Preston North End and Wolverhampton Wanderers at Deepdale on August 03, 2013
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Wolves boss Kenny Jackett cites "enthusiasm" as the reason why there were three pitch invasions during the 6-4 win over Rotherham on Friday.

Wolverhampton Wanderers Kenny Jackett has cited "enthusiasm" as the reason why there were a number of pitch invasions during the 6-4 win over Rotherham United on Friday.

Jackett's men moved a step closer to securing the League One title after edging a dramatic 10-goal thriller at Molineux, which was slightly marred by supporters running onto the field in three separate incidents.

The encounter saw Wolves record an attendance of over 30,000 - their highest total for 33 years - and Jackett believes that the figures played a part in the behaviour of the fans.

"That is all it was, enthusiasm," the coach told reporters. "There was a great atmosphere and the highest attendance for more than 30 years, which we should all be proud of and we sent them away with a win.

"It is very unusual. I don't know what brought it on. Sometimes you see a pitch invasion on the last day of the season and you can see that building up at the end.

"All I can put it down to is such a high attendance, the fact we are chasing the title and the enthusiasm of our crowd."

Nouha Dicko and Kieran Agard both struck hat-tricks in the goal-fest in the West Midlands.

Wolverhampton Wanderers players celebrate their promotion to the Championship on April 12, 2014
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