Guedioura set for Wolves start

Wolves’ on-loan midfielder Adlene Guedioura is pressing to make his first start for the team against Tottenham in the Premier League at Molineux tomorrow night.

Guedioura, who arrived from Belgian side Charleroi last month, impressed as a substitute during Sunday’s 2-1 defeat at Birmingham.

Winger Michael Kightly, midfielder Dave Edwards and striker Andy Keogh all remain sidelined following ankle surgery.

Provisional squad: Hennessey, Hahnemann, Zubar, Stearman, Craddock, Berra, Ward, Elokobi, Foley, Surman, Guedioura. Henry, Milijas, Jones, Mancienne, Castillo, Mujangi, Doyle, Vokes, Ebanks-Blake, Iwelumo, Maierhofer.

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