Having come from behind to beat Brighton and Hove Albion last time out, Wolverhampton Wanderers will be confident of going to the 'Tottenham Hotspur Stadium' and bringing three points back with them.
Last time out, Spurs saw defeat at the hands of Leeds United as they shipped three goals away from home, whilst never really looking like they had a foothold on the game.
As for visitors Wolves, they beat The Seagulls 2-1, as youngster Morgan Gibbs-White brilliantly picked out the top corner before wheeling away in celebration, as he had secured his side the three points.
Adama Traore's introduction to the game made a huge impact, and swayed the tide of the game in the hosts favour, which Wolves fans will be hoping is the case once again on Sunday.
Wolves have one less injury to worry about as Willy Boly is back in first team training after recovering from a strange COVID-related illness which forced him to miss the last couple of games.
Full back Marçal has also returned to first team training but still has a fair way to go in order to be involved.
Nuno will be once again be without the players who suffered long term injuries this season; Raúl Jimenez, Pedro Neto and Jonny Otto.
As for Spurs, their only absentee is Ben Davies who is out with a shinbone injury, and will miss the final few games of the season.
Tottenham Predicted Line-up (4-2-3-1): Lloris, Aurier, Alderweireld, Dier, Reguilon, Hojbjerg, Lo Celso, Bale, Alli, Son, Kane.
Wolverhampton Wanderers Predicted Line-up (4-2-3-1): Patricio, Semedo, Coady, Boly, Aït-Nouri, Neves, Moutinho, Traore, Vitinha, Gibbs-White, Silva.
Ones to watch
Fabio Silva had a tough start to life in the Midlands, but recently he has stepped up and is starting to look like a brilliant investment from the club.
Having to fill the boots of Jimenez is never going to be easy, but recently Wolves have had a threat up front again.
Silva has four goal contributions in the previous six games, and will be hoping to add a few more to that before the end of the season.
As for Tottenham, Son Heung-Min has been a threat all season, but recently has been in the goals for his side.
He grabbed the winning goal as Spurs left it later to beat Southampton towards the end of April, and he also scored as his side beat Sheffield United 4-0 not too long ago.
How To Watch
The game will be televised on Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports main event from 2pm.