Wolves and Tottenham Hotspur go head-to-head on Sunday (7:15pm kick-off, UK time) with both sides in need of a valuable win.
The two sides have slipped to sixth and 11th, respectively, after losing in the Premier League last time out, but with just seven points separating second from 11th, one victory could do the world of good.
Wolves XI: Patricio; Semedo, Coady, Saiss, Marcal; Moutinho, Neves, Podence; Neto, Silva, Traore
Spurs XI: Lloris; Dier, Sanchez, Davies; Doherty, Winks, Hojbjerg, Reguilon; Ndombele; Kane, Son
Where to watch Wolves vs Spurs on TV:
- UK: Sky Sports Main Event & Sky Sports Premier League
- US: NBCSN
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Wolves vs Spurs build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:
A run of three defeats across their previous four Premier League outings has seen Wolves stumble into mid-table. It’s a far cry from where Nuno Espírito Santo’s side have found themselves since returning to English football’s top division. A surprise 2-1 loss to struggling Burnley came days after inflicting the same scoreline on high-flying Chelsea; it’s this inconsistency they must shake off, three home wins from seven played this season is not what they expected going into this latest matchday.
Tottenham, meanwhile, are in danger of seeing the wheels coming off. Just a few weeks ago they were leading the championship, albeit on goal-difference, but a stretch of collecting one point from nine available has seen them slip to sixth and six points behind champions Liverpool who recently consigned them to a 2-1 defeat, on that occasion Roberto Firmino scoring an injury time goal. Since a 0-1 win at West Brom in early November they’ve struggled on the road aside from that Anfield loss there were draws at London rivals Chelsea (0-0) and Crystal Palace (1-1).
- Wolves (vs Burnley): Patricio; Kilman, Coady, Saiss; Semedo, Neves, Moutinho, Ait-Nouri; Otasowie; Neto, Podence.
- Spurs (vs Stoke City): Lloris; Doherty, Sanchez, Dier, Davies; Hojbjerg, Winks; Bale, Alli, Lucas; Kane.
Raul Jimenez and Jonny both remain sidelined long-term, while Leander Dendoncker is doubtful.
Japhet Tanganga is out for Spurs, while Giovani Lo Celso is touch and go.
Players to watch:
Wolves: Willy Boly was rested in the defeat against Burnley last time out and given his stature and no-nonsense defensive style, it’s no surprise to see that Wolves struggled to cope with the robust approach of Chris Wood and Ashley Barnes. Nuno Espirito Santo’s side are without a clean sheet in their last seven games and after slipping to 11th in the table, a defensive masterclass is needed against the likes of Harry Kane and Son Heung-min. Boly has made more interceptions (21) than any other Wolves player in the Premier League this season, while he ranks second for aerial duels won (38) and clearances (48). He might be just the man to stop Jose Mourinho’s considerable attacking threats.
Spurs: A run of just one win in five Premier League games has seen Spurs drift to sixth in the table, with Mourinho’s men scoring just four goals during that time. It’ll come as little surprise that Son Heung-min has been involved in all four of those goals, scoring twice and assisting Harry Kane for the other two. The South Korea international is second only to Mohamed Salah (13) in the Premier League Golden Boot race so far this season, netting 11 times so far, while he’s also the second-highest assist-provider at Spurs with four, although he’s some way behind Kane’s tally of 10. Son is yet to score across three career appearances against Wolves but does have two assists against the Midlands club. Mourinho will be praying for some more final-third productivity from the forward as he seeks to drag his side back in touch with Premier League leaders Liverpool.
Premier League 2020/21 recent form:
- Wolves: LWLLW
- Spurs: LLDWD
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