Spurs are unbeaten after their first two games of the season, running out comprehensive 4-1 winners against Southampton on the opening day before grinding out a last-gasp draw with fierce rivals Chelsea last weekend when not at their best.
The Lilywhites will be hoping to make it back-to-back home wins against Wolves this lunchtime and head to the top of the Premier League table, albeit for only a few hours before the 3pm kick-offs.
For those making the journey to Tottenham this weekend, here is everything you need to know…
Stadium | Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Capacity | 62,850
Address | 782 High Road, London, N17 0BX
Away allocation | 3,038
What is the team news?
Cristian Romero has been ruled out for us after picking up an adductor problem during last weekend’s draw at Chelsea.
Fellow defender Clement Lenglet is back in the frame after missing the trip to Stamford Bridge, also with an adductor issue.
Midfielder Oliver Skipp remains sidelined with a foot injury.
As for Wolves, Joao Moutinho is back in training and could feature, while they could give a debut to new signing Matheus Nunes following his move from Sporting Lisbon.
What colours will the teams be playing in?
We’ll be wearing our new 2022/23 home kit, featuring Lilywhite shirts, navy blue shorts and white socks, all with volt green detailing. Our goalkeeper will play in all green.
Wolves, meanwhile, will wear gold shirts, black shorts and gold socks, with their keeper in purple.
Who is the referee?
Simon Hooper will referee the match on Saturday.
Adrian Holmes and Mark Scholes will be his assistants, Robert Jones is the fourth official and VAR will be looked after by Lee Mason and assistant Lee Betts.
What to Know
Tottenham Hotspur and Wolverhampton are meeting up for their first leg of the season at 7:30 a.m. ET on Saturday at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. The teams split their matchups last year, with Tottenham winning the first 1-0 on the road and Wolverhampton taking the second 2-0.
On Sunday, Spurs and Chelsea ended up with a point apiece after a 2-2 draw.
Meanwhile, Wolverhampton and Fulham tied 0-0, good for one point each.
The ties rounded out Tottenham’s record to 1-0-1 and Wolverhampton’s to 0-1-1. Three points is up for grabs, so we’ll see if either team can snatch them up this time.