Tottenham vs Wolverhampton Betting Tips
Whisper it quietly but Wolverhampton Wanderers have been going about their business pretty well in recent weeks, with Nuno Espirito Santo’s team having collected ten points from their past five matches and they came from behind to beat Brighton at Molineux recently.
Nuno has been linked with a number of vacant managerial positions including the Tottenham Hotspur role and perhaps this will be a job audition for the Portuguese who might be keen on replacing compatriot Jose Mourinho.
Wolves Big Outsiders to Claim Victory in North London
It’s been a tricky season for Wanderers following sixth and then seventh-placed finishes in the Premier League during their first two campaigns since getting promotion from the Championship, with the Midlands side currently stationed in twelfth place, with relegation not ever entering the conversation.
It’s clearly been difficult without Raul Jimenez considering that Diogo Jota was sold to Liverpool last summer, with Nuno having not been able to add too many quality extra players to the squad although they’re capable of being competitive against Tottenham.
Spurs Look Short in the Betting on Sunday
Ryan Mason is hoping to engineer a strong finish to the season although a 3-1 defeat away to Leeds last weekend has left their top four hopes in tatters, with a front three of Harry Kane, Gareth Bale and Son Heung-Min unable to outscore opponents on a frequent basis.
It’s plausible that Tottenham will win this clash although they have a lower than 50% win rate in the Premier League this term and we’re going to instead plump for a low-scoring clash which covers a number of potential scorelines.
Our prediction is that two goals or less will be scored and we’re happy to report that our tip is trading at a shade of odds-on, with Spurs looking to tighten the defence after conceding three goals at Elland Road.
Under 2.5 Goals @ 1.90 with bet365