Sunday night’s marquee Premier League clash sees Jose Mourinho’s out-of-form Tottenham side visit a Wolves outfit that have been plagued by inconsistency this season.
Despite both teams suffering disappointing periods this season, the Premier League remains incredibly close at this stage of the campaign. A win for Spurs could see them move as high as third in the table, while Wolves could move to within four points of the top four with a victory.
Both of these sides have won just one of their last four Premier League matches and, with a flurry of key top flight matches still to come in the next couple of weeks, a win for either side would mean a great deal.
In anticipation of this clash, FST’s Premier League experts have put together a tasty 20/1 #WhatOddsPaddy for tonight’s affair.
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Wolves win or draw double chance
While Wolverhampton’s overall form this season has been frustratingly inconsistent, they have still only lost four of their last 17 Premier League matches and have avoided defeat in four of their last five home games.
Meanwhile, the visiting Spurs have only won one of their last five in the Premier League and are winless in three consecutive away games.
Both teams to score
Wolves have scored in all but one of their seven Premier League home games this season and both teams have scored in four of their last six top flight matches.
Tottenham have hit the back of the net in 11 of their 14 Premier League games this season and have only failed to score away from home once this season.
Harry Kane to score anytime
Harry Kane may have turned into an assisting machine this season, but the Spurs talisman still knows where the back of the net is.
He has scored nine goals in 14 Premier League appearances and has had a hand in an incredible 19 top flight goals this season. If anyone can punish Wolverhampton’s defence, it’s him and partner-in-crime Heung-min Son.
Under 10.5 corners
Neither of these sides are particularly interested in winning corners this season, with both sitting in the bottom half of the table for corners won and neither averaging more than five corners per game.
Wolves’ home games have averaged 10.14 total corners per game, while Tottenham’s away games have averaged exactly 10 corners per game.
Under 3.5 cards
Only Liverpool have averaged fewer cards per game than Tottenham in the Premier League this season, with Jose Mourinho’s side collecting just 18 cards in 14 matches.
Wolves aren’t far off the mark in this respect either with an average of 1.36 cards per game over the course of the season.
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