Having deserved a win from our last two away games in the Premier League, only to come away with a pair of draws, it’s about time that Tottenham got back to winning ways.
Wolves at home seems somewhat tailor made to achieving that aim. We’re flying high, whilst they’re struggling to get off the ground and have only ever won four times at White Hart Lane out of forty four visits.
Currently mired in the relegation zone, Wolves come into this game off the back of a home win over Bolton. Nevertheless, they have the look of a team that are going straight back down and seem to lack the goal power to mix it in the Premier League.
Having kept the same team since our 9-1 hammering of Wigan, it might be the time for Harry to start tinkering with our line up. I’ve got a feeling that we’ll see Robbie Keane play against his old club tomorrow, if only to stop these silly rumours regarding him going on loan to Celtic. Keane has scored four goals for Spurs in the two games in which he’s faced Wolves.
We should also see the return of Luka Modric, albeit in a cameo appearance from the substitute bench. If he comes on, expect him to receive the loudest cheer of the day. Elsewhere, it looks like Palacios will be fit, despite his trip to hospital after the Everton game.
With a potentially epic game against Manchester City at the Lane on Wednesday, we need to get this one in the bag early, much like we did against Wigan. Wolves have conceded four goals or more on three occasions this season and I can see us taking out our frustrations on them, having failed to win since our last home match.
Normally my predictions end up being far too cautious in terms of the scoreline, though I guess I can be forgiven for failing to foresee results of 9-1. This time I’m going to curse us by going the other way. 5-0.