Tottenham vs Wolves live stream, Sky Sports, Sunday May 16, 2.05pm BST
Tottenham will be looking to boost their chances of a top-six finish when they welcome Wolves to north London on Sunday.
A 3-1 defeat by Leeds last time out in effect ended Spurs’ hopes of a place in the top four. Eight points now separate Ryan Mason’s side from Chelsea, which means Tottenham are facing up to a second successive season without Champions League football. That is a huge blow for a club that reached the final of said competition just two years ago, and Daniel Levy will know how crucial it is that he gets his next managerial appointment right.
Tottenham are still on the lookout for a permanent successor to Jose Mourinho, who was relieved of his duties by Levy last month. The Portuguese has since agreed a deal to take charge of Roma, but Spurs have already missed out on Brendan Rodgers, Julian Nagelsmann and Erik ten Hag. For now, the 29-year-old Mason will continue to lead the team in their final three games of the campaign.
After back-to-back seventh-place finishes, Wolves have suffered a downturn this term. Injuries have not helped, particularly with star striker Raul Jimenez having missed the majority of the campaign, but there is also a sense that Nuno Espirito Santo needs to evolve his team’s style of play ahead of next season.
Wolves occupy 12th place in the standings ahead of their trip to the capital. A top-half finish will almost certainly be out of reach, but Nuno will still want to see his side finish as high up the table as possible in order to recapture some of the feel-good factor going into the summer.
Spurs will again have to make do without Ben Davies, but Mason has no other injury concerns to deal with.
Wolves are still missing Jimenez, as well as Jonny Otto, Pedro Neto and Fernando Marcal. Willy Boly and Owen Otasowie will be assessed by the club’s medical team this weekend.
Kick-off is at 2.05pm BST and the game is being shown on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League. See below for watching details where you are.
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