Sunday 13th February 2022

Premier League

Tottenham Hotspur v Wolverhampton Wanderers 14:00

  • Met 89 times in the league before, Spurs 44, Draws 17, Wolves 28
  • Already met in the league this season, Wolves 0-1 Spurs
  • Also met in the EFL Cup this season, Wolves 2-2 Spurs
  • Last season’s repeat fixture ended, Spurs 2-0 Wolves
  • Both teams scored in 9 of the last 12 head-to-heads (all comps)
  • 4 of the last 11 head-to-heads ended in DRAWS (all comps)
  • Spurs are unbeaten in 10 of their last 12 vs Wolves
  • Spurs have scored in their last 12 vs Wolves
  • Spurs have lost just 3 of their last 15 home games vs Wolves (all comps)
  • 5 of the last 8 head-to-heads went OVER 2.5 GOALS (all comps)

Spurs still have a fair few games in-hand on the teams around them in the Premier League so they are very much in the race for a top four place – next up for the Londoners is a home clash against Wolves this Sunday (13th Feb 2022).

The match betting suggests Spurs will take all three points here as they are at 1.66, with the Draw 3.60 and Wolves 5.50.

They’ve met 89 times in the league before too, with Spurs winning just under 50% of those (44), while they also played earlier this season and that resulted in a 0-1 away win for Conte’s men.

They also played in the EFL Cup this season (2-2), but Spurs went onto win that on penalties, while this repeat fixture last season resulted in a comfortable 2-0 home win for Tottenham.

With both teams scoring in 9 of the last 12 head-to-heads, then this might appeal at 2.05, while 5 of the last 8 meetings have gone OVER 2.5 GOALS – this can be backed at 2.10.

Spurs have also scored in ALL of their last 12 against Wanderers and lost only 3 of their last 15 home games in all competitions against them.

The scoring markets will, as always, be dominated by Harry Kane – the England captain has netted in two of his last three against Wolves. He’s on offer at 3.50 (1st) or 1.80 (anytime). Wolves haven’t been scoring many goals this season either, with Hwang and Jimenez both on 4 league goals (at the time of writing).

Yes, we’ve seen four draws in the last 11 meetings, but really this is a fixture that Spurs rarely don’t score and more than often win too.

With that in mind, this is a game we expect Spurs to be winning and there is every chance Harry Kane will be getting on the scoresheet too. But we’re happy (just) with the 1.66 on offer on the Hotspur taking all three points here – so let’s just keep this one simple!