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Loss Wolves vs Spurs

Day 12
Nov 11, 2023
KO Time
12:30 pm

Match Prediction

  • Spurs Win

    Votes: 63 47.7%
  • Wolves Win

    Votes: 41 31.1%
  • Draw

    Votes: 28 21.2%

  • Total voters



WOLVES VS SPURS - 11th November 2023 - KO 12:30pm


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Wolves - LDWDW ---------Spurs - L

Having lost our Premier League unbeaten record in spectacular circumstances, we endeavour to enter the international break on a high when we take on Wplves at Molineux in Saturday's lunchtime kickoff. We lost 1-4 to Chelsea on Monday evening, while Wolves were left to rue another contentious VAR call in a 2-1 to Sheffield United.

For a little over 48 hours, we could proudly boast the last unbeaten record standing in the 2023-24 Premier League season, having witnessed our bitter adversaries Arsenal fall victim to another dose of VAR controversy in their 1-0 defeat at Newcastle United.

However, as Poch strode across the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium touchline for the first time since his 2019 sacking, few could have envisaged our implosion, as we men succumbed to a Cole Palmer penalty and Nicolas Jackson treble after Kulusevski’s deflected opener.

Not long after escaping potential red cards in the first half, Udogie and Romero were both made to take the walk of shame on a nightmarish evening for our nine-man team, where our questionable decision to persist with a high defensive line ended up backfiring horribly.

While reiterating his dislike for VAR, a level-headed Postecoglou refused to lay into the officials after Mikel Arteta’s explosive St James' Park rant, although the Australian could have had little to complain about as we missed the chance to leapfrog Manchester City back into top spot.

Extending our unbeaten run on the road to eight games would be a consolation prize for us, but we have been beaten in two of our last three Premier League clashes with Wolves, most recently going down 1-0 at Molineux in March courtesy of an Adama Traore effort.

On yet another disastrous weekend for the PGMOL, Wolves boss Gary O’Neil fell victim to another controversial call to go against his side at Bramall Lane, where newly-promoted Sheffield United clinched their first top-flight win of the season at the 11th attempt.

An 89th-minute strike from Bellegarde would ostensibly be enough for Wolves to walk away with a point after Cameron Archer’s piledriver broke the deadlock, but with 100 minutes on the clock,Oliver Norwood smashed home from 12 yards after Fabian Silva was adjudged to have felled George Baldock.

As Bramall Lane revelled in a long-awaited maximum, O'Neil made no bones about his feelings towards the officials on yet another excruciating afternoon, and suggesting that Baldock bought the foul for the Blades' dramatic late spot kick.

Defeat to Sheffield ended a four-game unbeaten run for Wolves, who had taken points off of Manchester City, Aston Villa and Newcastle United during that solid sequence but have slipped to 14th in the standinsgs, albeit with a six-point buffer to the relegation zone.

Only West Ham United (18) have found the back of the net more times than Wolves (14) in the bottom half this term, and goalmouth action should be a guarantee at Molineux, as O'Neil's men have now scored and conceded in each of their last nine fixtures across all competitions and have not failed to make the net bulge at home since February.


We first played each other Tuesday 1st September 1908 where we beat them 3 – 0 in the old Division Two.

We have gone and played each other 104 times where we have won 51, they have won 31 and 22 have been drawn games.

League:- We have won 45, they have won 30, and 17 have been drawn games

FA Cup:- We have won 4, they haven’t won any, and 2 have been drawn games

League Cup: We have one 1, the have won 1, and 2 have been drawn games

Other Cup:- We have won 1, they haven’t won any, and 1 has been a drawn game

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