Tottenham and Wolves will try each other for size here yet, with the two who harbour European ambitions looking to get back to winning ways.
Premier League 2019/2020
Date: Sunday, 1st March
Venue: Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
TV Channel: Sky Sports
Tottenham have been hit hard by the injuries to their key players in the second stanza of the season, and the losses are starting to creep in after a previously impressive run of results.
After losing 1-0 to RB Leipzig in the first leg of their round of sixteen meeting in the Champions League, Chelsea dealt them another blow last weekend, pipping them 2-1.
With Antonio Rudiger’s own goal late on proving their only consolation, it remains to be seen where the goals will come from for them, looking at Spurs current options upfront.
Wolves made it through to the next round of the Europa League, thanks to the comfortable win in the first tie over Espanyol, but will have to put behind the 3-2 last time out.
Nuno Espirito Santo has done a great job thus far he has brought his side, and they still have a big chance of finishing in the top four still.
They moved to within two points of Manchester United when they made light work of Norwich last time in the Premier League and will now set their sights on upsetting the odds here.
Son Heung-Min, Moussa Sissoko, Harry Kane and Juan Foyth will all miss this game.
Dele Alli is available for selection despite the FA sanctioning him for the comments he made on social media.
Johnny is the only absentee for the visitors.
Head to Head
In 96 previous competitive meetings between them, Tottenham have won 48 to Wolves 28. 20 games have been drawn.
Six of the last seven league games between these two have seen both teams score.
There have been over 2.5 goals scored in each of the last three games between the two teams.
Wolves have kept a clean sheet in each of their last three league games.
Tottenham have lost their last two games, after previously going seven in all competitions without a defeat. They start the weekend four points off fourth. Tottenham’s last five league games (DWWWL)
Prior to going down to Espanyol last time out, Wolves have conceded zero goals in their last four in all competitions. Wolves last five league games (WLDDW)
Wolves have looked impressive in tge top flight so far, and will surely be putting up a decent fight against Spurs who are slightly favourites here. In light of the tough tussle this game could shape up to be, backing under 2.5 goals would be the way to go here, and it is 4/6.
One can also pick a correct score of 1-1 here, which is another likely outcome worth backing, a result which is 11/2 on odds.
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