Wolves 1-0 Tottenham – Betting Review  



Betting Analysis 

Looking at the 1×2 market first. Wolves snatched a late win @ 3.95. Spurs were the jollies @ 2.30,  but the visitor failed to score when on top and reacted poorly when behind late on. 

Moving onto the Asian handicap betting for this contest. Wolves +0.25 @ 2.06 won this market in full thanks to a late goal. 

To be fair the host defended extremely well with many admirable blocks and tackles, plus also won the physical battle overall. 

Looking at The Under/Over goal line last of all. As many predicted, the game was low on chances and the first goal always looked set to be the winner.

Under 2.5 won @ 1.80. 


Match Summary 

Tottenham Hotspur spurned the chance of tightening their grip on 4th place with an extremely frustrating and unfortunate 1-0 loss to Wolverhampton on Saturday afternoon. 

Spurs were the better team for the majority of the first half but failed to take their chances when on top. 

The Londoners hit the woodwork twice, once in Each half, but to the host credit, they improved the longer the match went on. 

The Molineux faithful were fully behind their team and the home team gained a physical edge in the final 20 minutes or so, scoring a shock winner from Traore in the final ten minutes. 

Spurs were flat when most needed to be intense, but merited at least a point based on the first hour or so of this where they had control of the match. Fair score 1-1. 

Wolverhampton Wanderers moved away from the drop zone courtesy of Adama Traoré’s late goal, and to be fair to them it came when they were slightly the better side. 

Wolves’ backline were excellent as the game grew older, but they were lucky to escape early on when Pedro Porro blasted wide. 

Soon after Dejan Kulusevski drew a smart save out of José Sá as Spurs continued to flood their hosts’ penalty area in the opening 25 minutes. 

A physical first half was interrupted through a serious-looking injury to Diego Costa, with Jimenez taking his place,  this injury forced sub benefitted the home team. 

Only the woodwork stopped Spurs taking the lead on the brink of half time as Porro’s free-kick slammed against the crossbar with Sá beaten. 

The visitor smashed the bar again soon into the second half. 

After a slide rule Kane pass, Son Heung-min was desperately unlucky to see an effort smash the underside of the bar. 

At this stage, the support of Tottenham would have started to realise it was not to be their day. 

Knowing they were fortunate to be level, Wolves looked content to threaten on the counter. They nearly stunned their visitors on a break with Nélson Semedo millimetres away from connecting with the ball sent across the six yard box. 

On 82 minutes the winner came. Fraser Forster had been warmed up with a couple of half chances prior to the goal. 

Wolves opener was on the cards as Traore’s unique styled half-volley slammed into the net, top corner and down off the bar.

It was a goal to secure a victory that might yet prove vital to their top-flight status.