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After suffering another defeat to Chelsea, Wednesday night was meant to be the night in which Tottenham bounced back in the Premier League. Unfortunately for them, Southampton failed to read the script.
Which means Spurs’ hopes of a top-four finish have lessened in the past 24 hours or so and when looking at the Champions League qualification odds, there is plenty of work for Antonio Conte’s men to do.
Work that gets no easier this coming weekend, as the North London outfit play host to Wolves and with Bruno Lage’s men also having European designs of their own, it will be all to play for at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Sunday.
After casting my eyes across the betting sites, there are a number of tempting options to call upon before Sunday’s all-important encounter and although there is a slight amount of value in the 1x2 market, a look elsewhere has discovered even more.
Admittedly Wolves will be a tough nut to crack on Sunday and this could end up being a rather tight encounter. With that said, there is no way that Antonio Conte did not fire a rocket into his players after Wednesday night’s capitulation.
Which means with Tottenham having a point to prove, they will come out ready for this one and I think a home win and a total of over 1.5 goals at odds of 23/20 with Sportnation, looks rather tempting.
After suffering a surprise 3-2 defeat to Southampton on Wednesday, it will be a case of opportunity missed and although earning a victory over the Saints would have not put them into fourth, it would have certainly put them in the driving seat to get there.
Because although Antonio Conte’s men do have a number of spare lives so to speak, wasting one of those at home to Southampton could end up being the costliest of all and especially with so many away Premier League games to follow.
Have Tottenham blown their biggest opportunity to earn Champions League football next season? Not quite. However, they certainly will need to improve, if they are to close the gap on the teams above them.
There is very much a sense of one step forward and two steps back as far as Tottenham are concerned this season and just when it looks like manager Antonio Conte is building up a head of steam, are his wings seemingly clipped for one reason or another.
Which is why a return to winning ways is so important on Sunday, not just within the context of the top-four race but even European qualification as a whole and failure to get the better of Wolves at home, will only worsen an already bad week for Tottenham.
In terms of injuries and suspensions for the visit of Wolves, manager Antonio Conte must do without two of Tottenham’s academy graduates and that means both Oliver Skipp and Japhet Tanganga are unavailable this weekend.
With Wolves playing host to Arsenal on Thursday night, it means two North London based opponents in the space of just four days and if Bruno Lage can earn four points from those encounters, it would only be considered as a job well done.
A job that could thrust Wolves right into the race for European places and although many have referenced their lack of goals as a highly pertinent issue this season, their backline must also take a huge amount of credit.
Because before Thursday’s meeting with Arsenal at Molineux, Wolves have only conceded 16 from their first 21 Premier League meetings - an average of just 0.76 goals against per game.
While even though they have only scored 19 at the other end - that being an average of 0.90 goals per game, it would be unfair to label Wolves as a team that is overly defensive by nature.
Especially when it comes to chance creation and shots taken per game and these metrics suggest that luck is not quite on their side in the attacking third of the pitch. Then again, with a cast iron defence to call upon, luck is not quite as important as it usually tends to be.
In terms of injuries and suspensions for the trip to Tottenham, it is a rather long injury list that manager Bruno Lage is having to deal with right now and with the quartet of Jonny Otto, Yerson Mosquera, Hee-chan Hwang and Willy Boly still absent, they will not be making the trip to North London on Sunday.
With these two sides meeting exactly 100 times before the start of the season., it would be Tottenham who would win the 101st encounter at Molineux - as now Everton midfielder Dele Alli scored a first half penalty to earn all three points for the visitors.
In terms of their overall head-to-head record, Tottenham have won on 51 occasions, Wolves 21 and there have been 29 draws
The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium must be considered one of, if not the best stadium within English football and for those who really want to stick their neck on the line, it could even be considered the best in Europe right now.
With COVID-19 restrictions being lifted in England, it means there is no longer the need to show a Vaccine Passport before attending the ground. Which means, match tickets are the only item that is required to be produced at the time of writing.
Whenever Wolves take to the field, it is always a case of the first goal carries even more importance than in any other game of football. Score first and Bruno Lage’s men can then pull down the shutters on their opposition.
Go behind and you wonder just where Wolves will find the attacking nous to find parity with their opponents and it is this equation that will likely dictate the outcome of Sunday’s trip to Tottenham.