After an added-time goal from Harry Kane snatched a point for Spurs at Stamford Bridge last weekend, attention now turns to Saturday’s encounter with Wolves as Antonio Conte’s team aim to maintain their unbeaten start to the campaign.
The visitors have one point from their first two fixtures, losing to Leeds and being held to a goalless draw by Fulham.
Win To Nil: Tottenham
Spurs might have conceded three over their two matches, but the defence remains solid under Conte’s leadership.
Cristian Romero looks to have avoided further disciplinary action after his hair pull late on against Chelsea, and he will be up against a Wolves attack which has scored just once in two matches.
Only Norwich and Watford failed to score more often than Wolves in 2021-22. Early signs suggest goalscoring could again be an issue in 2022-23.
With Spurs as short as 2/5 to win straight up, backing them to win to nil is the way to go.
Winning At Half Time: Tottenham
Spurs fell behind to Southampton on the opening weekend, but they bounced back quickly to take the lead by the 31st minute. Another quick start is expected on Saturday.
Wolves scored early themselves away to Leeds, though they also conceded before the interval. While Bruno Lage will set his team up to absorb pressure, Spurs will be able to create chances and could have this game wrapped up by half-time.
Anytime Goalscer: Heung-min Son
Only nine players have recorded more expected goals than Heung-min Son through two matches, and eight of those players have scored at least once.
A Golden Boot winner in 2021-22, it might be premature to say Son is due a goal, but it wouldn’t be a surprise if he got on the scoresheet this weekend.
The 11/8 to score anytime is a decent wager.
All odds are subject to change