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Tottenham to win
Wolves were beaten 2-1 by Burnley last time out and come into this on the back of three defeats in four matches.
Tottenham have lost back-to-back matches against Liverpool and Leicester, but had won four and drawn two of their previous six.
Draw at half-time
If Tottenham’s travelling record is anything to go by, it’s likely to be tight at the break.
The score has been level in five of their seven away games in the league this season and, at odds-against, this looks a decent bet again.
Harry Kane to score
Kane is Tottenham’s top scorer, having scored 16 goals in 22 matches in all competitions – nine of which have come in the Premier League.
He has found the net in four of Spurs’ last six away games, including against Stoke in the EFL Cup in midweek.
But Wolves should at least get on the scoresheet themselves.
This would have landed in four of their last six matches, while they have only failed to score three times in their last 11.
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