Wolves vs Tottenham, live! Score, live updates – Brennan Johnson gives Spurs early lead

Tottenham Hotspur looks to get right back to winning ways when it visits Wolves at the Molineux early Saturday (Watch live at 7:30am ET Saturday on USA Network and online via NBC.com).

Spurs lost their unbeaten Premier League record on Monday when their nine men fell 4-1 to Chelsea at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, and Ange Postecoglou’s men left the pitch proud but in a foul mood.

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Wolves were similarly peeved following a surprise 2-1 loss to Sheffield United, a late controversial penalty helping the Blades to get their first Premier League win.

Gary O’Neil’s men instead are left licking their wounds and seeking a surprise win to slide into the middle of the Premier League table. Wolves enter the weekend six points clear of the bottom three and the same distance from the top seven.

How to watch Wolves vs Tottenham live, stream link and start time

Kickoff: 7:30am ET Saturday
TV Channel: USA Network
Stream: Watch live on NBC.com

GOALLL! Wolves 0-1 Tottenham – Brennan Johnson opens the scoring

Just three minutes on the clock and injury-ravaged Tottenham are ahead at Wolves. Johnson with a tidy finish and the Spurs fans in the away end go wild. Perfect start for Tottenham in the west Midlands sunshine as Johnson then hits the darts celebration in a nod to James Maddison, who is out injured until early 2024.

Wolves lineup

Sa; Semedo, Kilman, Dawson, Toti Gomes; Hwang, Lemina, Gomes, Ait Nouri; Bellegarde; Cunha

Tottenham lineup

Vicario; Porro, Dier, Davies, Royal; Hojbjerg, Sarr, Bissouma; Kulusevski, Son, Johnson

Focus on Wolves

Hee-chan Hwang and Matheus Cunha will have to carry the attacking water with Pedro Neto out for weeks. Max Kilman has been very good at the back for Wolves.

OUT: Pedro Neto (thigh), Hugo Bueno (hamstring), Joseph Hodge (shoulder)

Focus on Tottenham

Spurs have a laundry list of absences but it definitely matters that one of those names is not Heung-min Son. The South Korean has helped Spurs win without Harry Kane and certainly would be needed even more if James Maddison is out for any period of time.

OUT: James Maddison (ankle – out until new year), Micky van de Ven (hamstring – out until new year), Cristian Romero (suspension), Destiny Udogie (suspension), Richarlison (groin), Ryan Sessegnon (thigh), Manor Solomon (knee), Ivan Perisic (knee), Alfie Whiteman (ankle)


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