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Wolverhampton Wanderers are gearing up for their next match at Molineux as they aim to regain their recent impressive form following a 2-1 loss to Sheffield United in their previous outing. Prior to that defeat, Gary O’Neil’s team had gone unbeaten in their last five Premier League fixtures, securing four points against Newcastle and Manchester City at home during that run. They will be looking to cause another upset against Tottenham Hotspur, who have unpleasant memories of their previous trip to Wolves last season. Under the guidance of Antonio Conte, the north London side suffered a 1-0 defeat in March, courtesy of Adama Traore’s goal. However, this Spurs team, managed by Ange Postecoglou, is a different proposition altogether. Despite their recent loss to Chelsea, Spurs have been in excellent form this season and could temporarily reclaim the top spot in the league with a victory at Molineux.
The Wolves vs Tottenham match is scheduled to take place at Molineux on Saturday, November 11, with kick-off at 12:30pm UK time. The game will be broadcast live on TNT Sports, starting from 11am. Fans can access TNT Sports through various major TV platforms, offering up to four TV channels (TNT Sports 1, TNT Sports 2, TNT Sports 3, TNT Sports 4), as well as up to six digital or red-button channels (TNT Sports 5 to 10), and TNT Sports Ultimate plus TNT Sports Box Office HD.
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Upcoming Premier League matches on TNT Sports include Wolves vs Tottenham on November 11, Brentford vs Arsenal on November 25, Newcastle United vs Manchester United on December 2, Crystal Palace vs Liverpool on December 9, West Ham United vs Manchester United on December 23, and Luton Town vs Chelsea on December 30.
Wolves fans will be hoping that Portuguese forward Fabio Silva can bounce back after a frustrating cameo appearance in the previous match against Sheffield United. Silva was booked within a minute of coming on and then conceded a penalty in injury time, which Oliver Norwood converted to secure Sheffield United’s first win of the season. With Pedro Neto likely to be sidelined due to injury, manager Gary O’Neil will be relying on Silva to shine against Spurs. Speaking after the Sheffield United match, O’Neil expressed his support for Silva, stating that the defeat was a collective responsibility and not solely the fault of the young forward.