Pressure mounts on Erik ten Hag, Aston Villa close on a home record and Eddie Howe is back in Bournemouth

The obvious subplot at Molineux centres on Hwang Hee-chan facing Son Heung-min in the Premier League for only the second time – in a game known as the Korean derby – but perhaps the most pivotal battle will rest on an unfashionable but excellent centre-back in Craig Dawson. Six weeks ago the 33-year-old, whose career kicked off in League Two with Rochdale, successfully tamed Erling Haaland in victory over Manchester City, leading Alan Shearer to praise his “faultless display” against the league’s top goalscorer. “It was all about concentration and keeping focused,” Dawson said at the time and he and his centre-back partners Toti Gomes and Max Kilman, the Wolves captain, will have to be on their guard again if they are to halt Son and co returning to winning ways. Ben Fisher

Wolves v Tottenham, Saturday 12.30pm (all times GMT)

Arsenal v Burnley, Saturday 3pm

Crystal Palace v Everton, Saturday 3pm

Manchester United v Luton Town, Saturday 3pm

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