Tottenham Hotspur hosts Wolverhampton Wanderers

Tottenham Hotspur hosts Wolverhampton Wanderers on Sunday in a last game from the 28th round of the Premier League. We expect a really entertaining game between two of the best teams in the division.

Tottenham Hotspur’s main goal this season remains finishing in the Top 5, which would guarantee a place in the Champions League for the next season. At this moment Spurs are pretty close to their goal, being 6th with 40 points – just one point behind the 5th Manchester United.

In the previous round of the league Tottenham dissapointed and suffered their 9th loss for the season against Chelsea at the Stamford Bridge. Chelsea’s Antonio Rudiger scored himself an own goal in the last minutes of the game, but it was far from enough for Spurs to take something from the match.

Spurs’ manager Jose Mourinho remains troubled by some serious problems. Harry Kane and Son Heung-Min remain injured, which is seriously hurting Tottenham in terms of attacking strenght.

Wolverhampton Wanderers still have chances to qualify for the Champions League, too. Wolves will approach this visit to London from 8th place in the league, but they are just two points behind the 5th Manchester United. Nuno Santo’s team is currently just one point behind their next opponent Tottenham.

In the previous round Wolves ended their run of three consecutive games without a win in the league. They hosted Norwich City at the Molineux and crushed their opponents with 3-0. Diogo Jota scored a brace for the hosts, while Raul Jimenez added one more for the Wolves.

We have all reasons to expect a pretty great game between Tottenham Hotspur and Wolverhampton Wanderers on Sunday. Two of the best Portuguese managers in the world Jose Mourinho and Nuno Santo will test their skills against each other. Both teams are having the same goal in mind, so we think it’s going to be a pretty good challenge for them.