Tottenham: Harry Kane may potentially face Burnley after ankle injury

Sunday, March 17, 2019

Recently the Wolves have been unstoppable under their charismatic Portuguese manager Nuno Espírito Santo. Their promotion to the Premier League was followed by a highly impressive first season back. In 11 games against the top six this season, Wolves have proved they are a growing force, winning four, drawing four and losing only three.

However, what the Wolves needed more than anything was that winning performance at Molineux. Their display has reaffirmed the clubs’ and its supporters self-belief and made the desired statement that one of the old powerhouses of English football is back and not going away anytime soon.

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