Wolves vs Tottenham LIVE – Premier League 2018/19 score

Wolves vs Tottenham, LIVE – Get the latest Premier League score and updates at Molineux Stadium

  • Tottenham play third game in the space of six days against Wolves (KO 7:45pm)
  • Mauricio Pochettino’s men need to bounce back after defeat by Manchester City
  • Wolves are looking to end a run of two-straight Premier League defeats 

Tottenham take to the field for the third time in the space of six days as they look to get their Premier League challenge back on track against Wolves.

Mauricio Pochettino’s men lost to Manchester City on Monday but beat West Ham in the Carabao Cup on Wednesday. Meanwhile, Wolves will be looking to end a two-game losing streak.

Sportsmail will be bringing you all the live action from Molineux as it unfolds. 

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  • Robert Summerscales

    Host commentator

  • Will Griffee

    Host commentator

Tonight’s other Premier League game has just finished at the Emirates where Arsenal and Liverpool have drawn 1-1.

That result means Spurs can go above Arsenal and into fourth if they win at Wolves, who will return to the top half if they claim three points.

Twenty-year-old Spurs defender Juan Foyth makes his Premier League debut today.

The centre back was named man of the match in Wednesday’s Carabao Cup win at West Ham.

?? @JuanMFoyth makes his @premierleague debut tonight! ?#COYS pic.twitter.com/2YGP8kQUJs

Mousa Dembele has long been a fixture for Tottenham in the engine room and tonight marks his 250th appearance for the club. 

The 31-year-old’s best years may be behind him but he’s still an important cog in Mauricio Pochettino’s machine. 

? @mousadembele makes his 250th appearance for Spurs tonight! ?#COYS pic.twitter.com/y5jomRCYBF

Evening all, thanks for joining us as the Premier League devours the evening in addition to the rest of your afternoon. It should be a high quality encounter between Wolves and Tottenham with plenty of free-flowing attacking football. 

Nuno Espirto Santo’s men went at Manchester City at Molineux early in the season and picked a point off the champions so it will be interesting if they go for the same risky approach here. 

Tottenham celebrate Fernando Llorente after scoring their third goal against West Ham

Tottenham celebrate Fernando Llorente after scoring their third goal against West Ham

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