Wolves receives boost ahead of Tottenham as 3 of their key players are sideline in today clash

Ange Postecoglou has spoken about his squad ahead of their match against Wolves.
Tottenham will be without Fraser Forster, who, according to manager Ange Postecoglou, would need about two months to recover from a training injury.

He will miss today’s game against the Wolves, along with Destiny Udogie and the unstoppable Pedro Porro. Spurs are highly taught and prepared by Postecoglou, but the absence of his first-choice full-backs presents another challenge for the Lilywhites.

In his press conference ahead of the game, Postecoglou confirmed that Fraser will be sidelined for an extended period of time: “Probably the major one for us is Fraser Forster – he had a knock in training and fractured his foot. He’ll probably miss a few months. These are the primary three. Coming back, there’s nothing from last week. Everyone’s available.”

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On Udogie and Porro, the Spurs manager appeared more optimistic, even though he confirmed they had been ruled out of the game: “We’ve experienced a few difficulties this week. Destiny [Udogie] clearly suffered some setbacks last week. I’m not available for tomorrow, but I don’t think it’s anything significant. With no game.

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Next weekend, he should be back. Pedro [Porro] had a strain at training. Again, it will probably be a few weeks for him. With the game break, I hope he doesn’t miss too many.”

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Tottenham vs Wolves Picks

Spurs have won five consecutive top-flight home games heading into this one, while Wolves have won three of their last four top-flight matches, with two of those victories coming at Molineux.

Son Heung-min has been personally involved in nine goals in his last eight Premier League games, including four goals and five assists, as the Lilywhites aim to finish in the top four.

Tottenham’s projected lineup: Vicario; Dragusin, Van de Ven, Romero, Davies; Bissouma, Sarr; Kulusevski, Maddison, Son; Richarlison.

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