Tottenham Hotspur v Wolves: date, kick off, and how to watch as Wolves head to the capital

Wolves hit the road for the second time this season

Wolverhampton Wanderers are back on the road this weekend as they make the trip to London to face Antonio Conte’s Tottenham Hotspur.

Wolves fans will be hoping for a better result on this away trip following their opening day defeat at Leeds United.

The 0-0 draw at home to newly promoted Fulham was a frustrating one for Wolves, but if it wasn’t for a missed penalty from Aleksander Mitrovic Bruno Lage’s side could have finished with no points.

The visit to Tottenham will be a tough test, and one which fans will be able to follow from their own homes or in the pub.

Here’s all you need to know about watching the match and when it kicks off.

When do Wolves travel to Tottenham?

Tosin Adarabioyo of Fulham is challenged by Hwang Hee-Chan during the Premier League match between Wolverhampton Wanderers and Fulham

Wolves trip to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium takes place on Saturday, 20 August with a kick off time of 12.30pm.

Is the match on TV?

The match is the lunchtime kick off in the Premier League, and has therefore been picked for live broadcast on BT Sports.

How to sign up to BT Sports

If you don’t want to commit to BT Sports, you can get a month pass which you can cancel at any time and gives you access to all BT Sport content.

You can watch a month of live sports action - including Wolves’ trip to Tottenham,for £25 a month.

You can watch using the BT Sport app or web player within 15 minutes of ordering your pass.

How can I watch highlights of the match?

If you miss the action at Tottenham, have no fear; you will have plenty of opportunity to catch up with highlights throughout Saturday.

Highlights of key moments will be available on the BT Sport app shortly after they have happened, and you’ll also be able to get live updates and even watch live through the app on your phone or tablet if you are out and about.

Football highlights show will also have coverage and analysis of the match, and this will start on BBC One and BBC HD at 10.30pm on Saturday, 20 August.

The running order of Match of the Day is announced only after all of the games on Saturday have been played and the order is usually dictated by if there has been any shock results or high scoring games.

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