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            Tottenham vs Wolves: Betting Tips, Match Prediction & Preview

            Wolves make the trip to London to face Tottenham as they look to retain their position in the top half of the table, whilst their opponents hope to maintain their spot in the Champions League places.

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            • Date: 17/02/24
            • Kick-off time: 15:00
            • Venue: Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

            Tottenham currently sit fourth in the Premier League table, five points behind Arsenal and Man City, who sit third and second respectively. They are a point ahead of Aston Villa, who are one place below them. A win for Spurs would strengthen their grip in a top-four position, as well as keep them within touching distance of the teams above them. Whilst pushing their way into the title race is likely nothing more than a dream, their fans will be delighted to see them in such a position given the departure of Harry Kane and a significant turnover of playing and coaching staff prior to the season. However, a loss would open the door for Aston Villa to overtake them, or even allow sides such as Man United and Newcastle to close the gap.

            The visitors, on the other hand, could maintain, or regain their position in the top 10, depending on other results, with a win at the weekend. Despite their recent loss at home to Brentford, they have enjoyed a solid campaign under Gary O’Neil, and are well clear of any relegation battles. They are three points behind Brighton in ninth, and sit one above Chelsea in 11th, who they beat 4-2 at Stamford Bridge last week. The Blues do have a game in hand, though.

            Goals will be expected in this game, as both sides struggle to keep clean sheets. In their last three games, Wolves have scored seven but let in eight. Spurs similarly score plenty of goals but also let many in. They have not kept a clean sheet in the league since mid-December. Richarlison has emerged as a big goal threat, and Ange Postecoglou is boosted by the return of Heung-Min Son, so both defences will be tested.

            Since Wolves were promoted back to the Premier League in 2018, the two teams have met 11 times, with nothing to split the pair. Wolves have been victorious on five occasions, as have Spurs, with the remaining fixture a draw. Spurs have had difficulties against this weekend’s opposition in recent years, losing three of the last four matchups. Their one victory came in December 2019 under Jose Mourinho, in which they scored a late winner through Jan Vertonghen after Adama Traore cancelled out Lucas Moura’s early opener.

            The reverse fixture earlier this season ended in Wolves’ favour in rather dramatic fashion. Brennan Johnson gave Tottenham a very early third-minute lead, an advantage they held for almost 90 minutes. Pablo Sarabia thought he had salvaged a point for the hosts in the 91st minute, but Mario Lemina had other ideas as he sealed all three points in the seventh minute of stoppage time to break Spurs hearts.

            Tottenham To Win

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            Both Teams To Score

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            Team News

            Tottenham Team News

            Heung-Min Son returned from the Asia Cup with an appearance off the bench last week against Brighton, so should be in line for a start. Manor Solomon and Ryan Sessegnon have no return dates, but Giovanni Lo Celso could be back as soon as this weekend.

            Wolves Team News

            Matheus Cunha was substituted with a hamstring injury during the weekend defeat to Brentford, so his availability for the game against Tottenham is in doubt. Hwang Hee-Chan has been absent with a calf injury, but after participating in training he is in line for a return at the weekend.

            Form Guide (Last Five Games)

            Tottenham Form Guide:

            In their last five games, Tottenham have won two, drawn two and lost one. They began this stretch of games with a 2-2 draw with Man United at Old Trafford, a game in which they had to come from behind twice to ensure they left with a point. After Rasmus Hojlund scored in the third minute, they responded with a Richarlison equaliser. United restored their advantage through Marcus Rashford, but Rodrigo Bentancur got them back on level terms.

            Spurs endured an early exit from the FA Cup, as they were defeated 1-0 by Manchester City in the fourth round. The tie looked to be headed for a replay before Nathan Ake bundled home a late winner. They returned to league action and winning ways a few days later against Brentford, despite conceding first to Neal Maupay. Two goals in as many minutes at the start of the second half turned it around, before Richarlison added a third. Ivan Toney netted another late on.

            They could not bring this momentum into the following game, however, as a last-gasp equaliser from Jarrad Branthwaite denied them all three points in a 2-2 draw at Everton. Their most recent outing saw them net a last-minute goal of their own, as they beat Brighton 2-1 at home. Pascal Gross opened the scoring from the spot before Pape Matar Sarr equalised with half an hour to go. With the points looking to be shared, Brennan Johnson bagged a 96th-minute winner to send the Seagulls home unhappy.

            Wolves Form Guide:

            In their last five games, Wolves have won three and lost two. Their last game ended in defeat at home to Brentford, who got goals from Christian Norgaard and Ivan Toney. However, this followed one of their best matches of the season, as they beat Chelsea 4-2 at Stamford Bridge, which included a hat-trick for Matheus Cunha. It was a fantastic response to a heartbreaking loss at home to Man United, in which they managed to come back from 3-1 down, only to concede a 97th-minute winner to youngster Kobbie Mainoo.

            This followed two FA Cup games, the first against Brentford in a third-round replay, their 3-2 extra-time victory securing progression to the next round. They were rewarded with a tie against their rivals West Brom in the Black Country derby. Goals from Pedro Neto and Cunha means their FA Cup journey continues.

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