Wolves vs Spurs Bet Builder Tips: More pain for Spurs in 14/1 shot

 | November 10 | 

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The Premier League is back and on Saturday morning (12:30) Spurs attempt to climb back to the top of the table. They travel to Molineux to face Wolves and we've picked out a 14/1 bet-builder to suit.

Wolves vs Spurs Bet Builder Tips

  • Wolves to win
  • Heung-Min Son to score
  • Sasa Kalajdzic to score

#PickYourPunt @ 14/1

What a horrible night it was for Spurs (23/20) on Monday night as everything that could go wrong, did.

Not only did they ship four against their London rivals Chelsea but they lost two defenders to suspension and more worryingly centre-back Micky van de Ven to a horrible looking hamstring injury.

There are also doubts about talisman James Maddison after he hobbled off, after picking up an innocuous ankle injury.

Now they travel to Wolves (11/5) on Saturday lunchtime, patched up and hurting, needing a response.

Wolves to win

Wolves lost 2-1 away at Sheffield United last time out but before that were on a four game unbeaten streak and have been playing some impressive football.

Their last three home fixtures have seen draws against high-flying Aston Villa and Newcastle as well as a win over Manchester City.

Meanwhile, Spurs look in turmoil, will have a makeshift back four for this one and looked extremely vulnerable against the ball over the top against Chelsea - something Gary O'Neil's men will be looking to exploit.

I'm taking them to win an entertaining, high-scoring game.

Heung-Min Son to score

Son looked shell-shocked on Monday night and was unable to do anything as Spurs self-combusted in front of the Sky cameras.

It was a night to forget for the South Korean, who has thus far had a season to remember.

The 31-year-old has eight goals in 11 Premier League games this term and is revelling in the number 9 role, now Harry Kane has left for pastures new.

Sasa Kalajdzic to score

Pedro Neto is ruled out till the end of the month and it looks like Sasa Kalajdzic will lead the line in his absence.

The Austrian has only one Premier League start this season but already has three goals for the club to date in 2023.

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