Tottenham saw their top-four hopes dented after Southampton inflicted a body blow with a 3-2 win on their trip to north London in mid-week. Antonio Conte’s men were made to pay the price for some sloppy defending, as they inexplicably let a 2-1 lead slip through their grasp.
Meanwhile, Wolves will also be eager to bounce back after a 1-0 defeat last night at the hands of Arsenal. Bruno Lage’s charges tried to force an equaliser, but they were frustrated by the Gunners, who played the last 20 minutes with 10 men after Gabriel Martinelli was sent off.
Tottenham v Wolves is one of three Sunday games kicking off at 2 pm, and there is a lot at stake for both sides. Freebets have you covered, and we have handpicked three intriguing tips for you to explore.
Back Son Heung-Min to score anytime for Tottenham
Heung-Min Son is always a constant threat for Tottenham, and he usually provides a few sleepless nights for defenders. In 216 career Premier League appearances, he has netted 79 times, and this season, he has nine goals to his name.
His all round game is superb, and he has developed a lethal partnership with Harry Kane over the past couple of years. Wolves will have to keep tight to Son, and force him to play down the channels.
Son was on the scoresheet against Southampton, even if there may have been some debate by the adjudication panel, as to whether or not it should have been awarded as an own goal. The South Korean hitman can win games single-handed, and he’s trading with bet365 at 7/4 to score anytime for Tottenham during the 90 minutes.
Will it be a goal fest?
There’s usually plenty of drama when Tottenham and Wolves face off, and in past meetings, there has been a bucketload of goals too. There have been a few five-goal thrillers, and these are two sides that like to express themselves on the ball.
Tottenham’s defence was rather shaky against Saints, while Wolves were rather slack at the back against the Gunners.
This could be a rather open encounter, with lots of chances created. Paddy Power are serving up tempting odds of 3/1 on over 3.5 goals, so if you are feeling brave, then the reward will be worthwhile if it comes off.
Harry Kane to fire on all cylinders
While he has been rather subdued for large chunks of the campaign, Kane has found some form recently. However, when given the slightest sniff of goal, Kane refuses to pass it up.
William Hill always runs a good selection of player specials for Premier League fixtures. They are offering a tasty looking 13/5 for Kane to muster two shots or more on target against Wolves. If Kane is in the mood, he could well end up with two goals as well as further attempts on target!