TOTTENHAM will be looking to bounce back from their 3-2 defeat at home to Southampton in midweek as they host Wolves today.

Elsewhere, Newcastle are at home to Steven Gerrard’s Aston Villa while his boyhood team Liverpool travel to Turf Moor for a clash with Burnley.

And then later on in the 4.30pm kick-off, Leicester are at home to West Ham.

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  • Tottenham vs Wolves
  • Newcastle vs Aston Villa
  • Burnley vs Liverpool
  • Leicester vs West Ham

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  • FT: Newcastle 1 Aston Villa 0

    The referee blows for full time after 7 minutes of added time.

    Newcastle fans will tell you the benefits of VAR in the modern game should happen to meet one this evening.

    The Geordies now have a four-point gap with the bottom three.

  • FT: Tottenham 0 Wolves 2

    Bruno Lage’s team bounce-back after defeat against Arsenal with a win against their North London rivals

    They were good today, created lots of chances whilst keeping Tottenham out at the other end.

    First time since April 1980 Wolves have won four successive away matches in the top-flight.

  • FT: Burnley 0 Liverpool 1

    Fabinho’s goal in the first half settles this game.

    Dyche will be frustrated, they had plenty of chance.

    The injury to new striker Weghorst will worry him.

  • Tottenham 0 Wolves 2

    89. Tottenham have created chances in this second half.

    When called upon the Wolves’ keeper has been brilliant.

    Romero seemingly heads one into the roof of the net only for Jose Sa to come from nowhere and save.

  • Burnley 0 Liverpool 1

    80. With ten minutes left Liverpool create a chance with the Burnley defender almost turning the ball into his own net.

    Burnley are still trying to create an opening but Liverpool are defending well and giving them very little in this second half.

    Cornet has a chance to take the ball around Alisson who sends him wide of the goal and he can only find the side netting.

    The linesman then raises his flag.

  • Newcastle 1 Aston Villa 0

    73. Bizarre stoppages here at St James’ Park.

    Firstly, Tyrone Mings has to change his shirt after Dan Burn took a section out of his last one at a corner.

    We think a fan maybe having a medical emergency in the ground.

    Play has restarted.

  • Tottenham 0 Wolves 2

    71. Loris has made another wonderful save in this half.

    Tottenham are getting frustrated the more they struggle to create or find the back of the net.

    The fans are getting annoyed too.

  • Newcastle 1 Aston Villa 0

    63. It’s a reprieve for the Geordie faithful.

    Ollie Watkin’s left boot lace was in an offside position.

  • Goal – Newcastle 1 Aston Villa 1 (Watkins)

    60. Some great play down the left from Digne.

    He squares it back to Coutinho who first passed it out wide with a sublime backheel.

    Coutinho’s shot is blocked and loops towards the back post where Watkin heads it in.

    VAR checking it.

  • Newcastle 1 Aston Villa 0

    56. The momentum has shifted completely in this second half.

    Villa are seeing more of possession and Coutinho is seeing more of the ball.

    Digne is getting forward to support the attacking play more too.

  • Burnley 0 Liverpool 1

    53. From a Burnley corner Ben Mee has a free header no more than ten yards out.

    His header goes off at a right angle not troubling the Liverpool goal.

    Another Burnley chance goes begging.

  • Newcastle 1 Aston Villa 0

    47. It seems I have given Trippier the commentator’s curse.

    Apologies Newcastle fans.

    The new signing is forced off injured, Krafth replaces him.

  • Hairdryer treatment

    I can only imagine Antonio Conte is in the middle of an Italian meltdown in the Tottenham dressing room.

    He will have to have some motivating words to turn this one around in the second half.

    Gerrard will be wanting to see his team get his little Brazilian magician involved more.

    Burnley fans will be hoping their team stop shooting like stormtroopers in the second half.

    May the force be with them all.

  • HT: Newcastle 1 Aston Villa 0

    January signing Kieran Trippier separates the sides here.

    He could prove to be a shrewd signing with his set-piece ability.

  • HT: Burnley 0 Liverpool 1

    Sean Dyche will be bitterly disappointed with that scoreline.

    He will feel they had two or three opportunities to score before Fabinho found the back of the net.

    Sums up your luck when you’re at the bottom.

  • HT: Tottenham 0 Wolves 2

    Conte will have Hugo Loris to thank that this hasn’t been a cricket score in this first half.

    Some fantastic saves by the Frenchman.

    Wolves look good, they are creating chances and could be leading by more.

  • Goal – Burnley 0 Liverpool 1 (Fabinho)

    39. Corner comes in from Trent Alexander Arnold.

    Fabinho meets it on the run, his effort is saved by the keeper but the rebound comes back to the Brazilian who tucks it away.

  • Goal – Newcastle 1 Aston Villa 0 (Trippier)

    34. Firstly Newcastle thought they had a penalty when the referee awarded one but a free-kick was the decision of VAR.

    Trippier bends it around the wall. then taking a slight deflection from a Burnley leg, beating Martinez all ends up in the Villa goal.

  • Burnley 0 Liverpool 0

    27. Big chance for the home side.

    A free-kick is swung into the box, it is not dealt with by Liverpool and the ball breaks to Rodriguez.

    Alisson comes out and smothers the ball at his feet.

    He really should have scored.

    It looks as though Jordan Henderson’s day may be over.

  • Tottenham 0 Wolves 2

    26. Hugo Loris has kept Tottenham in this game with an outlandish save.

    Jimenez causing problems again.

  • Newcastle 0 Aston Villa 0

    21. An evenly matched contest so far.

    Both teams trying to get forward when in possession of the ball.

    The final delivery needs to improve for both sides as neither has created any clean cut chances as yet.

  • Goal – Tottenham 0 Wolves 2 (Dendoncker)

    18. Dendoncker silences the home crowd with a second.

    Brilliant awareness.

    Slotting home the rebounded ball, Wolves reacting to the second ball so well here and punishing Tottenham in the process.

  • Burnley 0 Liverpool 0

    12. Quite a scrappy start to the game with Liverpool trying to probe the home defence and find a way through.

    Burnley seem confident on the ball in their own half but struggle to retain possession in the opposition half.

    Neither side creating anything of note in the opening stages.

  • Goal – Tottenham 0 Wolves 1 (Jimenez)

    7. Right place, right time for Raul Jimenez as a rebound falls to him to rifle into the top corner.

  • Newcastle 0 Aston Villa 0

    The home faithful pack the stadium as ever.

    They will have a big part to play in Eddie Howe’s side Premier League survival.



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