Opta Stats: Wolves v Tottenham

Sixth placed Wolves take on seventh placed Spurs. Opta tries to prise them apart.

Wolves won their last Premier League meeting with Spurs - 3-1 at Wembley in December 2018. They've not won consecutive games against them since completing the league double over them in the 2009-10 campaign. Wolves are 3.30 to win.
Spurs have only lost one of their five Premier League away games against Wolves (W3 D1), going down 0-1 in February 2010. A Tottenham win is 2.36.
Wolves are now unbeaten in 11 Premier League games (W5 D6), last having a longer run without defeat in the top-flight between February-September 1959 (18). The draw is 3.60.
Since the start of last season, Wolves have taken more points from the 2018-19 top six than any other side who finished outside of these places last term (21 - W5 D6 L5). Wolves are 1.72 to avoid defeat in the Double Chance market.
Tottenham have won three of their four Premier League matches under José Mourinho (L1), as many as they did in their final 15 under Mauricio Pochettino (W3 D6 L6). They've scored three goals-per-game under Mourinho, compared to 1.3 in those final 15 under Pochettino. A Spurs win and over 2.5 goals is 3.60.
Tottenham have lost 10 of their last 14 Premier League away games (W1 D3) - their previous 10 defeats on the road came across a 44-game spell. Indeed, Spurs last suffered more away league defeats in a single calendar year back in 2006 (11). Wolves are 2.38 in the Draw No Bet market.
Tottenham have faced 58 shots on target in away games in the Premier League this season, more than any other side. Indeed, their record of facing 7.3 shots on target per away game is the highest on record for the London side (since 2003-04) and the highest of any Premier League team since Fulham in 2013-14 (7.6). Both teams to score is 1.78.
Raúl Jiménez has been directly involved in 40% of Wolves' 191 shots in the Premier League this season (49 shots, 28 chances created) - the highest ratio of any player in the division. Jiminez is 3.00 to find the net.
Tottenham's Dele Alli has been involved in eight Premier League goals in nine games this season (5 goals, 3 assists), as many as he was in 25 appearances in the competition last season (5 goals, 3 assists). Alli is 4.00 to score.
Harry Kane has scored nine Premier League goals this season, and could become the first player to score 10+ in six consecutive top-flight campaigns for Spurs since Robbie Keane (2002-03 to 2007-08). Kane is 2.40 to add to his goal tally.


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