Is Tottenham vs Wolves on TV? Channel, live stream, kick-off time, team news and odds for Premier League clash – The Sun

TOTTENHAM will be looking to avoid another slip-up when they welcome Wolves in the Premier League.

Spurs were beaten by Chelsea last weekend – and now have a chasing pack ready to pounce for their European place.

Wolves are among those, sitting just a point behind Tottenham and two off a potential Champions League spot.

What time does Tottenham vs Wolves kick off?

This Premier League clash will take place on Sunday, March 1.

It will kick off at 2pm – that is 9am ET.

The match will be held at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

In the reverse fixture, Spurs won 2-1 at Molineux.

What TV channel is it on and can I live stream it?

Unfortunately, this match will not be shown live on UK television.

Manchester United's trip to Everton is the TV choice for the 2pm kick off slot.

In the US, you can watch live on NBC Sports Gold or live stream without cable with a free Hulu trial and on Sling Blue.

What is the team news?

Tottenham's striker crisis is ongoing, despite positive news that Harry Kane would return in April.

The Spurs captain is joined by Son Heung-min, leaving  Jose Mourinho with a selection headache up front.

Further back, Moussa Sissoko and Juan Foyth are also sidelined, while Ryan Sessegnon is a doubt for this clash.

Meanwhile, Wolves have just one injury concern, with Jonny absent.

Stat attack!

  • Wolves have won just one of their past seven encounters against Tottenham
  • Tottenham's injured trio Sissoko, Son and Kane have scored 21 goals in the Premier League this season – the rest of the team have just 18
  • Six Wolves players have played in every Premier League game this season – compared to Spurs' 0

What are the odds?

This is set to be a closely-fought affair, but Tottenham remain favourites to see off Wolves with Ladbrokes offering 7/5 for a Spurs win, while the visitors are 21/10.

Yet, with Raul Jimenez in their side, Wolves are always a dangerous outfit – and the Mexican is just 15/8 to score anytime, or 12/1 to get more than one.

With no Kane or Son, Spurs are lacking goal threats, but 18-year-old Troy Parrott is just 13/5 to stick away his first professional goal for the club.

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