Wolves Vs Tottenham Free Tips [15th Dec]
Published on 11/12/19
Wolves and Tottenham were both a little slow out of the blocks this season but, with Chelsea losing three successive games, both teams are now in with a chance of claiming a Champions League spot, three points from their game on Sunday (December 15) could prove vital.
Check out our trends, analysis, and free tips for Wolves vs Tottenham.
Wolves vs Tottenham Analysis
14:00 Kick Off on 15th Dec
Wolves vs Tottenham Match Details
Wolves vs Tottenham kicks-off at Molineaux Stadium at 2.00pm on Sunday 15 December.
It took Wolves a few games at the start of the season to find their feet as they struggled to balance playing in the Premier League and the Europa League qualifying rounds. Three opening draws were followed by two defeats, but they’re now unbeaten in their last 11 Premier League games.
During that run, they’ve beaten West Ham, Aston Villa, and Watford at home, whilst they’ve also drawn with Southampton and Sheffield United. Only Chelsea have won at Molineux this season, with Burnley and Manchester United also having to settle for a point.
The surprising appointment of Jose Mourinho as Tottenham manager has sparked new life into a stuttering Spurs side, especially the re-motivated Dele Alli. Mourinho got off to the best possible start by leading Tottenham to their first away win of the season at West Ham and he’s followed that with wins over Bournemouth and Burnley.
The “Chosen One” couldn’t avoid defeat at Old Trafford, but he has at least encouraged Tottenham to continue to play with attacking flair, and fans have had plenty of excitement with his five games in charge producing 24 goals, 16 for and eight against.
Wolves vs Tottenham Head-To-Heads
Wolves and Tottenham have played each other 10 times in the Premier League, with Wolves winning three times and Tottenham five. But Wolves have won just one of their five matches at home, with Tottenham winning three times on their travels.
However, eight of those matches took place seven or more seasons ago, so last season’s games may provide better clues. Spurs won 3-2 at Molineux last season, taking a 3-0 lead through goals from Lamela, Moura, and Kane, before Wolves made a game of it by scoring two late penalties.
It was a different story in the return match at Wembley, where Kane gave Tottenham the lead but succumbed to three late goals by Boly, Jimenez, and Costa to lose 1-3.