Last Updated at 4:57 pm, January 14th 2012
90 + 6
FULL-TIME: TOTTENHAM 1 WOLVES 1
McCarthy is shutting up shop, as George Elokobi comes on in place of Jarvis. Elokobi goes to left-back and Ward pushes into midfield.
Henry goes on the book for a wild lunge on Modric in the middle of the pitch. Correct decision.
Spurs introduce Danny Rose in place of Assou-Ekotto. Wolves send on Nenad Milijas as a replacement for Edwards, who returns from suspension after that harsh red card at Arsenal.
After Walker smashes a volley over the crossbar, Defoe comes on as a replacement for Lennon.
Assou-Ekotto is rightly booked for pulling the shirt, and shorts, of Kightly.
As predicted, McCarthy decides to replace Frimpong for his own good. Stephen Hunt is coming on.
GOAL MODRIC (1-1)!!!
John Gillespie says: "Just one negative reference to Adebayor so far. What Redknapp sees in him is a mystery. We'll lose this game if Adebayuseless does not come off for Defoe."
45 + 4
HALF-TIME: TOTTENHAM 0 WOLVES 1
Frimpong slides into the back of Bale. He got a touch on the ball, but it was wild challenge. He is booked and his dissenting reaction probably earns the caution as much as anything. He needs to calm down.
GOAL WOLVES (0-1)!!!
Ricky Belding (open to speculation as to whether he was named after my favourite Saved By The Bell character) says: "Wolves are an tricky side! But if we want to stay up the top, these are games at home we need to take all three points."
If you fancy a flutter, Sky Bet say: "Tottenham can go level with Manchester City this afternoon and are 1/4 to claim the necessary three points with Wolves 12/1 to play spoilers and the draw available at 9/2. Gareth Bale is 6/4 to score at White Hart Lane."
Chris Ward says: "I predict an easy win for Tottenham! I just can't see Wolves getting anything out of it! Micks on borrowed time now!"
John Hartill says: "Wolves team, same old tired tactics that don't work. One up front, no SEB, try and get a point. Hasn't worked before but we don't seem to learn."
David Azzopardi says: "I reckon Wolves will pull off the shock of the day. 1-0 Wanderers, Fletcher."
Dale Makepeace says: "I am finding it very strange why Steven Pienaar is not in the squad today." Dale, in the wake of interest from QPR, I would expect Pienaar to leave this month, regardless of what Redknapp has said.
Anthony Kavanagh says: "Spurs should win handy here, their midfield is just too good, as for title contenders, it is too soon to say, they have some tricky away games to come, but next Sunday should give a good indication, City are starting to wobble, if Spurs can go there and take three points that will be huge."
Matthew Koushi: "Tottenham to run riot today 4-0. Adebayor due a goal. Defoe off the bench to score always scores against Wolves. Marching to the top of the league today."
Dominic Wright says: "I think if Spurs play how they played against Everton with the extra addition of Parker they will have enough quality to see Wolves off today by a good couple of goals. Unlucky for Livermore he looked top quality the other day."
James Waud says: "Spurs are going for it. Best Available 11 on the pitch, would like to see VDV & Defoe in the 2nd half, prep for City as we've no Ade."
Martin Peters says: "All depends on how Wolves approach the game. If they go for it, 3-0 Spurs, maybe more."
James Pinnegar says: "I put my money on Spurs to win league from day one of this season. Everybody thought i was daft, not so now though. 2-0 to Spurs - Bale and Modric to score."
Wolf Man (guess who he supports) says via twitter: "Can't see us beating Spurs. They on fire. 2-0 to Spurs."
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