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Tottenham vs Wolves Prediction, Preview and Betting Tips

Tottenham vs Wolves Prediction, Betting Tips and Preview

Another interesting match awaits the football fans as one of the best teams in the league host a mid-placed side. Tottenham will host Wolves at the Wembley Stadium and try to win all three points.

Tottenham are placed second in the league with forty-five points, six less than the table leaders Liverpool. So far in the season, they have gotten fifteen wins and four losses and at the moment they have a positive goal difference of +24. In the previous round, they managed to triumph over Bournemouth by a huge 5-0. Eriksen, Kane, and Lucas scored a goal each and Son Heung-Min added two goals of his own. Spurs had an all-around amazing performance and showed why they are among the best teams in the Premier League.

Wolves hold the number ten spot at the table with twenty-six points and a negative goal difference of -2. So far in the season, they have gotten seven wins, five draws, and seven losses. Currently, they are on a two-game winless streak with a loss and a draw from the most recent round. They drew against Fulham by the score of 1-1. The first half was slow, but in the second things started to heat up and as a result, we have seen two goals. Sessegnon scored for Fulham and Saiss of Wolves got the equalizer in the eighty-fifth minute of the match, thus setting the final result.

The two teams have played just one game in recent years. Out of the previous five matches between them, Tottenham have gotten three wins, and the remaining two matches ended as draws. It is worth noting that in four of the five games, we have seen both teams score and in them, they averaged 3.8 goals per clash. Tottenham have been amazing at home in recent weeks and are currently on a four-game winning streak there.

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Missing players

Tottenham have several missing players for the match against Wolverhampton. Vincent Janssen, Mousa Dembélé, Victor Wanyama, Eric Dier, Jan Vertonghen and Serge Aurier are all injured and they can't play on Saturday. Dele Alli is not fully fit and he is doubtful for the match. All other players are fully fit and ready for the match.

On the other side Wolves don't have big injury concerns before the match with Spurs. Diogo Jota is injured and he is only one player who can't play for the visitors. All other players are available to play and they are ready to play aggressive from the first minute.

Possible starting lineups

Tottenham: Lloris; Davies, Alderweireld, Sanchez, Trippier; Sissoko, Winks; Heung-Min, Eriksen, Lamela; Kane

Wolves: Patricio; Bennett, Coady, Boly; Doherty, Saiss, Neves, Jonny; Moutinho; Jimenez, Traore

Tottenham vs Wolves Prediction

What a great football game to increase our betting payouts on Saturday. Match Spurs vs Wolves will be a true ticket booster game and you shouldn't miss to bet on. Spurs are in brilliant run and they are absolute favourites to win this game. All expect a comfortable win for them on Saturday. They are very strong at home and they are undefeated in 34 of their last 38 home matches. Also, Spurs like to play offensive football and have scored at least 2 goals in 6 of their last 7 matches. On the other side Wolves also like to play offensive football and they will try to score on Saturday against Spurs. It will be an interesting and exciting football game with lots of scoring chances and we expect lots of goals, especially for the hosts.

Our prediction and betting tips for the match Tottenham vs Wolves Prediction: Spurs to win. We expect from Tottenham to hammer Wolves, but also expect from visitors to score once. Our second betting pick for the match is Over 3.5 goals and our risky bet goes on correct score 4-1. Have a nice betting day and good luck in earning money with our football prediction and betting tips.

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