Wolves – Tottenham announcement, team news, kick – off, prediction Football News

Team news and stats ahead of Wolves and Tottenham in the Premier League on Sunday, live on Sky Sports; start 19.15.

Team news

Wolves’ Belgian international Leander Dendoncker is in doubt after being injured in his team’s 2-1 win over Chelsea in the middle of the week.

Meanwhile, the host will also be without Jonny and Raul Jimenez with long-term injuries.

Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho says Giovani Lo Celso will miss the entire holiday period due to injuries.

The Argentine international suffered a hamstring injury in Sunday’s loss to Leicester and is ready for magic on the sidelines during busy series.

Fellow midfielder Tanguy Ndombele will be available at Molineux.

Gareth Bale has not played in the Premier League since Tottenham's victory at West Brom on November 8
The Spurs will evaluate Gareth Bale before their trip to the Wolves

The Spurs will evaluate Gareth Bale after the Wales international came out in his team’s last eighth 3-1 win at Stoke in Stoke with a calf injury.

Bale brought his side into the lead in the first half, but he felt a squeak and asked Mourinho to pull back in the interval.

Japhet Tanganga (shoulder) will miss.

How to follow

Sunday, December 27 19:00

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Jones knows how to predict

This is a big period for Jose Mourinho.

To a manager who guarantees results, three consecutive defeats in the league would not exactly suit everyone worried about the Spurs. In fact, it’s something they haven’t experienced in the Premier League since November 2012 when they suffered direct defeats from Wigan, Manchester City and Arsenal.

The Wolves ended Burnley’s typical performance on a wet and windy night at Turf Moore – a match in which Nuno Espirito Santo cleverly diverted attention from the failure of his team’s selection by a rather unnecessary dig by referee Lee Mason. For this one, where a counterattack will be on the menu, Adam Traore will surely be brought back from the start.

It’s always easy to forgive a team for a defeat in Burnley, and in Molineux, the Wolves are still an awkward team for big teams to deal with – as seen when they beat Chelsea in their previous match.

The first goal will undoubtedly shape this match more than usual. It’s too tight to call.

JONES KNOWS FORECASTS: 1-1 (6/1 with Sky Bet)

General statistics

  • After a 3-2 win over the Spurs in the last Premier League meeting between the parties, the Wolves are trying to secure victories against them for the first time since the 2009-10 campaign, when they completed their double league result.
  • The Spurs have won each of the last three Premier League away games against the Wolves, netting at least twice each time. In fact, only one of four Spurs defeats by the Wolves in the Premier League came to Molineux (0-1 in February 2010).
  • Since returning to the Premier League in 2018, the Wolves have won 17 of 19 home games in the Premier League when they scored the first goal, drawing the other two.
  • Tottenham have lost their last two Premier League games, as they have in the previous 22 in the competition (W12 D8). The Spurs have not lost three consecutive league games since November 2012 under André Villas-Boas.
  • After winning the first four away games in the Premier League this season, the Spurs are without a win in the last three away games (D2 L1). However, they have yet to lose consecutive away games under José Mourinho.
  • After scoring 15 goals in their first five Premier League games this season (3 per game), Tottenham have scored just 10 in their last nine games in the competition (1.1 per game). 20 of the 25 league goals this season (80%) were scored by Heung-Min Son (11) or Harry Kane (9).

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