We have an intriguing fixture in the Premier League this weekend as Tottenham Hotspur are looking to rebound from defeat away at Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Wolverhampton Wanderers currently sit 14th in the Premier League with three wins, three draws and five losses from eleven games so far this season.
It's been a pretty solid campaign from Gary O'Neil's side so far who find themselves in a healthy position in the league table despite preseason projections prediction a much gloomier outlook.
They're entering this game amidst a solid run of form having won two, drawn two and lost one of their last five games, the most recent of which was a 2-1 loss away at Sheffield United.
The loss in Sheffield would have aggrieved O'Neil and the Wolves players significantly as they were likely the better side in the game but fell to a defeat courtesy of a highly contentious penalty in the dying seconds of the game.
The spotlight if firmly on referees in the Premier League at the minute and Wolves are the latest side to fall victim to a questionable decision so they'll be coming into this game looking to take back three points.
Wolves have lost only one of their last five games at Molineux and having gone unbeaten against Manchester City, Aston Villa and Newcastle in their last three home games they'll fancy themselves to get a result here.
Tottenham Hotspur currently sit 2nd in the Premier League with eight wins, two draws and one loss from eleven games so far this season.
It's been a remarkably entertaining and in equal parts brilliant start to the season for Spurs under Ange Postecoglou but they're coming into this game facing adversity for the first time this season.
Tottenham were subjected to their first league defeat of the season on Monday night as they fell to a 1-4 loss at home to Chelsea in a wild and memorable encounter that saw Postecoglou's men reduced to nine men and with that two man deficit, with the scoreline still at 1-1, play a defensive line so high they were almost constantly on the halfway line.
That cavalier, gung-ho approach is something rarely seen at the highest level of football and it was quite the spectacle; many will call it naive while others will call it brave but one thing that's for certain is that it was incredible to watch.
However, the game itself has left Spurs now in a difficult position with two key members of their defence now suspended and two other important starters out injured.
How a team responds to setbacks is a vital measure of their metal but Spurs have the disadvantage of having to do so with a pretty decimated starting XI, so in all likelihood they'll probably be pleased with any result in this one.
For our Wolves vs. Tottenham prediction, we're going for a 1-1 draw.