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Wolves vs Tottenham – Watch Live Match Stream Online

Our live stream ahead of Sundays Premier League match, Wolves vs Tottenham Hotspur is now up and running, kicking off at 19.15 GMT

You can keep an eye on the commentary as it happens below, but first, we take a preview into the fixture, lineups, predictions and much more…

Wolves come into the game having lost three of their last four in the Premier League, including a disappointing 2-1 defeat away to Burnley on Monday night.

Nuno Espirito Santo’s side did beat Chelsea 2-1 in their last game at Molineux, though, and are certainly capable of overcoming the best sides in the division despite struggling to perform on a week-to-week basis.

They will follow this match with a trip to an in-form Manchester United on December 29 and could find themselves slipping further down the division if they suffer two disappointing results.

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Spurs have lost their last two in the league to Liverpool and Leicester City, which has seen them drop down into sixth position in the table, six points behind leaders Liverpool.

A win against Wolves, however, would set them up nicely leading into back-to-back home games with Fulham and Leeds United on December 30 and January 2 respectively.

Tottenham’s away form this season has been strong, winning four of their seven matches, suffering just one defeat in the process, and the London outfit will be eyeing their eighth league win of the season on Sunday.

The two clubs last met in March, with Wolves coming back from behind twice to win 3-2 at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium…

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Nuno Espirito Santo

On welcoming Mourinho to Molineux

“It will be a pleasure to receive him in Molineux again. I have huge admiration, as you can imagine, for Mourinho, on a personal level and as a manager. It’s fantastic, so I’m not surprised at all with all the good things that he’s doing at Tottenham. I’m not surprised at all. It’s amazing.”

“We expect a very tough game. We must get ready for it because we’re going to face a tough opponent, a talented squad, in a good moment. Let’s enjoy and play the game.”

On the need for fans

“We are in the best competition in the world, no doubt about it, the Premier League is the best competition in the world, and the only thing that is missing is the fans. We hope they return soon because it’s a joy when the fans are here.”

On Otasowie’s Burnley performance

I think he did well. The spaces that he found on the pitch were important for us. He’s a physical player, he has talent, he can drive the ball, he took us out of pressure many, many times. But there are still things to improve from him.

“We are confident and pleased that he can help. He’s a young boy, from the under-23s, he stepped up from the last game on the bench, against Burnley from the beginning, and we are happy with him.”

On the refereeing system in England

They are professional. All of them are 100 per cent dedicated and working every day for the game. I’ve been, unfortunately, working in other countries where we raised issues. I never felt it here, since the Championship. Always confident, always relaxed about the referees.

“The level of the referees is amazing, and if we’re the best league in the world, everybody has to be the best, everybody has to raise their standards, everybody has to maintain their level of performance.”

“This is what I do with my players, from the moment I finish the game. When we don’t perform so good, this is what I say to them – let’s get better. How we do it? Working hard. We work very hard.”

On high standards throughout the league

“We expect higher levels of performance, higher standards, as managers, as players, we always want to improve and what we expect from the referees is the referees to be confident, to maintain their authority on the pitch, to control, to handle the players and to handle the game. This is what we want.

“We want referees to improve because us as managers want to improve. When Wolves don’t perform, I’m the first one to admit it, and we didn’t perform so well at Burnley.”

“Our thoughts are always the same, we want to improve. We want to be in the best competition, with the best managers, the best players and the best referees. That’s what we want.”

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Jose Mourinho

On Wolves…

“If I would rate the difficulty of matches, all of them are difficult in the Premier League, but Wolves is especially difficult because they are a very good team.

“They are in a similar situation to us in that they lost their last match, so the feeling will be not good, and the feeling will be to try to win it.

“They were always a good team, playing only with a back five, this season they went four, five, so in this moment we have the doubt in relation to that, but the quality of the players is there, the intensity is also there, so I expect a very difficult game.”

On importance of every game…

“The Premier League at this moment is a competition where if you lose two matches, you go down three, four, five, six positions, if you win two matches you go up three, four, five, six positions. Every game is important, and every competition is important.”

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Wolverhampton Wanderers Premier League form: DWLLWL

Tottenham Hotspur Premier League form: WDWDLL
Tottenham Hotspur form (all competitions): WWDLLW


Wolverhampton Wanderers possible starting lineup:
Patricio; Boly, Coady, Saiss; Semedo, Moutinho, Neves, Ait-Nouri; Podence; Silva, Neto

Tottenham Hotspur possible starting lineup:
Lloris; Aurier, Alderweireld, Dier, Reguilon; Sissoko, Hojbjerg; Bergwijn, Ndombele, Son; Kane


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Back-to-back defeats for Tottenham have derailed their title ambitions. Spurs appear to only know how to play one way and whilst the counter can be incredibly effective, it can be negated by certain setups.

Wolves haven’t had the best of season but they have managed to keep things relatively tight at the back. A return to the usual back three should help defend against the Spurs attack and a very tightly-fought contest could be on the cards.

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