Wolves v Tottenham Hotspur Betting Preview And Tips
Back-to-back defeats has seen Wolves slip down the Premier League table in recent weeks and they will face a tough test on Saturday to break their winless run as they host Tottenham Hotspur at Molineux. A 1-0 loss to Manchester City has scuppered Spurs fine recent form, but the away side are favourites in the latest Wolves v Tottenham Hotspur Betting, and this should be an intriguing clash to end Saturday's top-flight football.
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Wolves v Tottenham Hotspur Odds
Having lost 2-0 to Watford on home soil, Wolves then failed to find any sparkle against Brighton last weekend, as they ran out 1-0 losers, so Nuno Espirito Santo's side will be eager to bounce back to form, but are the 11/5 outsiders with William Hill to bag victory on Saturday night.
Spurs had won five league games on the bounce before being beaten 1-0 by Premier League champions Manchester City on a ropey Wembley pitch, so Mauricio Pochettino will be eager for his side to recapture their winning league form and the bookmakers fancy them to do that and Paddy Power have priced them up as 5/4 favourites.
The draw is available at 23/10 with Ladbrokes, but Spurs could just prove to have a little bit more quality than their hosts, so while it should be a close-run contest the visiting north London side can pick up a valuable three points, which will inflcit Wolves third league defeat on the bounce.
In what could be a relatively cagey affair, it would be no surprise to see the game won by the odd goal, as both have a fine defensive record in the league this season (Wolves conceded 9, Spurs 8 goals), so the 10/11 with Betfred for there to be under 2.5 goals is a cracking bet.
Another eye-catching punting proposition is for the game to be level at half-time, as both are sure to set up with a defensive mindset and the 15/13 with Unibet for the game to be all-square after 45 minutes looks a cracking bet, while it's an eye-catching 9/5 with Betfair Sportsbook for the game to be 0-0 at the break.
Unsurprisingly, Harry Kane is the 7/2 favourite with Betfair to score the first goal, but he has failed to score in his last three league games, so it could be worth taking a chance with Son Heung-Min, who scored two in Spurs' midweek Carabao Cup win and may have earned himself a start on Saturday and at 7/1 with BetVictor looks a cracking bet.