Wolves vs Spurs injury news as nine out and two doubts - gallery

Latest injury and team news ahead of the Premier League clash between Wolves and Tottenham Hotspur at Molineux.

Wolves and Spurs meet at Molineux in the final Premier League fixture before the November international break.

Last time out, Gary O'Neil's side suffered a late defeat to Sheffield United in controversial circumstances. Former Aston Villa striker Cameron Archer gave the Blades the lead but then a minute from time Jean-Ricner Bellegarde seemed to have rescued a point for his side.

In the tenth minute of additional time however Oliver Norwood scored a penalty, which was awarded after Fabio Silva was adjudged to have fouled George Baldock. A check from the video assistant referee confirmed the decision, and for the second week in a row, Wolves have been on the end of a controversial penalty decision.

Spurs didn't play until Monday, and their match had some drama too. Nicolas Jackson scored a hat-trick after both Cristian Romero and Destiny Udogie had been sent off, making it an uphill battle for them to get back in to the game, having led in the fifth minute through Swedish international Dejan Kulusevski.

A total of 12 places and 14 points separate second-placed Tottenham Hotspur and 14th-placed Wolves. Wolves won the last meeting between the two sides back in march, claiming a 1-0 victory thanks to an Adama Traore goal. It was their first win at home against Spurs since defeating them in February 2020, with their other three wins coming in North London, rather than in the Midlands.

Both Gary O'Neil and Ange Postecoglou have some injury problems to attend to, and it will mean that there are some selections to be made when naming their starting XI's and squad. Flick through to see which players are missing, and others who could potentially have to sit out of this one.

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