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Tottenham have endured a tough run of league fixtures having faced Man City, Chelsea, Arsenal, Crystal Palace, Liverpool and Leicester in their last six league games.
They may only have the one win in five and dropped from pole position to sixth in the table, but they’re still in the hunt and just two points adrift of second-placed Leicester.
Jose Mourinho will hope that tricky period is over and made sure of regaining some momentum by picking a strong team midweek at Stoke, with the likes of Hugo Lloris, Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, Gareth Bale and Harry Kane all starting.
They got the job done to move into the League Cup semi-finals, and with a favourable tie against Brentford to come, Mourinho doesn’t look far from ending Spurs’ trophy drought that stretches back to 2007/08.
Wolves have had to settle for a bottom-half position at Christmas and whereas they could struggle a little last term after a European fixture, often dropping points by drawing games, this time around Ethe Europa League is no excuse.
However, although Daniel Podence has impressed this season, the fractured skull to Raul Jimenez and the sale of Diogo Jota to Liverpool has dampened their attack, while Nuno Espirito Santo still appears unsure as to how best to utilize Adama Traore’s talents.
Tottenham To Beat Wolves
Wolves have lost three of four fixtures heading into this one and although the exception came here at Molineux over Chelsea, they haven’t typically been slaying giants.
They gained a reputation in their first season back in the top flight for upsetting the big guns, but they enjoyed less success last term in such matches.
Wolves’ six home defeats in the league over this period have been inflicted by Chelsea, Tottenham, Liverpool, Arsenal, Man City and Aston Villa, so Spurs will now be aiming for a third straight victory at Molineux.
Heung-min Son To Score Anytime
Heung-min Son should be reasonably fresh after being handed a place on the bench midweek, though did play the entire second half as Gareth Bale suffered yet another calf complaint.
There’s no doubt that the South Korean will return to the line-up here and he has 11 goals from 14 league games this term, with eight of those coming in away fixtures.