Tottenham are the in-form side in the Premier League and they will go in search of a sixth straight league win on Saturday.
Wolves are the visitors to Wembley in what could be Tottenham’s penultimate clash at their temporary home, as Spurs put the final touches to their new stadium.
Not only have Mauricio Pochettino’s men fired 14 goals in their last four games, but they have also kept three clean sheets during that run.
With a consistent backline in place in recent weeks, Spurs have been able to pour numbers forward and the likely return of Dele Alli (37/20 to score at anytime) will further improve their attacking options.
Wolves head to the capital with just one win in their last five away games, with that victory at Newcastle being the only time they have scored more than one goal in the league away from Molineux – and that was against ten men.
The pair played out a thriller last month but Saturday’s fixture is likely to be more routine for the Lilywhites.
Nobody would have predicted back-to-back wins for Leicester over Chelsea and Manchester City, but Claude Puel’s men have certainly shown just what they are capable of in the last week.
The Foxes (10/19 to win) will be full of confidence heading into Saturday’s home clash at Cardiff, a team they beat 1-0 in Wales last month.
The Bluebirds put in a backs-to-the-wall display to frustrate Crystal Palace on Boxing Day. Neil Warnock’s lack of attacking options means that is likely to be the plan as well at the King Power Stadium.
It’s unlikely Cardiff (who are without an away win this term) will be able to pull off another clean sheet and Leicester’s James Maddison looks a tempting price at 7/4 to score at anytime.
Vicarage Road has been the venue for some entertaining games this season and Watford have been impressive in many of them.
Javi Gracia’s could move up to seventh if results go their way and they defeat Newcastle, which they are priced at 4/5 to do.
The Hornets have only kept two clean sheets in 10 home games and the last four visitors (Liverpool, Man City, Cardiff and Chelsea) have scored two goals or more against them.
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