Saturday afternoon finds Tottenham Hotspur hosting Wolverhampton Wanderers at their North London headquarters. The Spurs are aiming for their sixth straight Premier League home win.

Over the last weekend, the Lilywhites came from behind to defeat Brighton & Hove Albion 2-1, while Brentford hammered Gary O’Neil’s squad 2-0.

Top 3 marketsBest odds at bookmakers
Tottenham to win: ⚽1.57 at Bet9ja
Both teams to score: 🥅1.50 at 1xbet
Heung-Min Son to score anytime: ✅2.2 at Sportybet

Tottenham and Wolves: Previous Games 

Two wins, two draws, and one loss characterize Tottenham’s most recent five games. They started their run of games with a 2-2 draw at Old Trafford against Manchester United, a game in which they needed two second-half goals to get a point. Richarlison equalized for them after Rasmus Hojlund scored for them in the third minute. United retook the lead via Marcus Rashford, but they were quickly leveled thanks to Rodrigo Bentancur.

Wolves have won three of their previous five games and lost two. Christian Norgaard and Ivan Toney scored for Brentford in their last game, which they lost at home. Nevertheless, this came after a fantastic performance in which they defeated Chelsea 4-2 at Stamford Bridge, with Matheus Cunha scoring a hat trick. It was an incredible reaction to their tragic home defeat to Manchester United, as they rallied from a 3-1 deficit before conceding a goal to rookie Kobbie Mainoo in the 97th minute.

Probable Tottenham Lineup

Vicario; Porro, Romero, Van de Ven, Udogie; Sarr, Bissouma; Kulusevski, Maddison, Son; Richarlison

Probable Wolves Lineup

Sa; Toti, Dawson, Kilman; Semedo, Lemina, Gomes, Ait-Nouri; Sarabia, Neto; Hwang

Betting tips: Tottenham x Wolves

Check out our predictions of the day for Tottenham vs. Wolves

Prediction 1: Tottenham x Wolves / Tottenham to win

Despite Hwang’s skills, Cunha’s injury has severely affected O’Neil’s squad. The Brazilian was on fire recently, but they may take heart from their road form and recent victory against Spurs.

Nevertheless, when the treatment room for the Lilywhites begins to dwindle in numbers, Postecoglou may finally field a starting eleven, and Wolves will have little chance against a starting eleven comprised entirely of first-choice players.

Prediction 2: Tottenham x Wolves / Both teams to score

Given that Postecoglu prefers to focus on offence before defence, the astute move here would be to support the Spurs to win with both teams scoring. With this strategy, he has become as popular as Mauricio Pochettino because of the results and entertainment it has produced.

This season, only Brighton has seen more games where both sides have scored than Spurs, and this trend will likely continue this weekend. The home team now has the upper hand thanks to Son’s comeback and Cunha’s departure.

Prediction 3: Tottenham x Wolves /  Heung-Min Son to score anytime

Ange Postecoglu’s squad should come out on top from the get-go after overcoming a goal down against Brighton last Saturday, scoring in stoppage time with the game’s last significant kick.

Heung-Min Son, the club’s captain and talisman, is expected to start for the first time since New Year’s Eve, which justifies this. The South Korean, who returned from the Asian Cup in good shape after scoring three goals, gives a team that has scored 22 goals in their previous nine league games even more firepower up front.

Despite sitting out a chunk of the season with international obligations, Son remains Tottenham’s leading scorer with 12 league goals. Son returned to Spurs last weekend, starting on the bench, scoring three goals in the Asia Cup.