Burnley vs Wolves betting tips
This article covers Burnley vs Wolves betting tips and predictions.
Also included is a thorough Burnley vs Wolves betting preview.
Note: All odds mentioned in this article are correct at the time of publishing and are subject to change.
Burnley vs Wolves: Match details
Match: Burnley vs Wolves
Competition: Premier League
Date: December 21, 2020
Kick-off time: 5:30 pm, December 21, 2020 (UK time)
Stadium: Turf Moor
Betting prediction: Burnley 0-1 Wolves
After a poor start to the campaign, Burnley have now picked up points in five of their last six matches, keeping four clean sheets in the process.
Burnley begin the game inside the bottom three, but with a game in hand – and in some cases two – they have the opportunity to move up the table.
Wolves will be full of confidence following last week’s home win over Chelsea. They are clearly missing the goalscoring influence of Raul Jimenez and are now relying on goals to come from their wide players.
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Under 2.5 goals. No stadium has witnessed fewer goals this season than Turf Moor (8). Eight out of Burnley’s last 10 matches at home have produced fewer than three goals.
Also, all four matches between the two sides since Wolves’ promotion have produced fewer than three goals.
Pedro Neto to score. Neto has three goals in his last five appearances, including last week’s winner against Chelsea.
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Burnley vs Wolves: Match preview
Burnley welcome Wolves to Turf Moor on Monday night.
Burnley made it three wins without defeat on Thursday, picking up an impressive point in a 0-0 draw away to Aston Villa. Despite picking up points in five of their last six matches, Burnley remain 18th in the table on just 10 points.
Wolves are 11th in the league but they are only six points behind the top four.
Wolves bounced back from consecutive defeats to Wolves and Aston Villa with a come-from-behind 2-1 win over Chelsea in midweek. Daniel Podence levelled the scores after Olivier Giroud’s 50th-minute opener. The game looked to be heading towards a draw before Pedro Neto’s excellent stoppage-time winner.
Only two teams have picked up fewer points at home this season than Burnley (4). Although to be fair to the Clarets, they have played the fewest number of home matches in the league.
Burnley have won 1, drawn 1, and lost three of their five matches at Turf Moor this season. Curiously, Burnley have scored the fewest number of goals at home (2), while also conceding the joint-fewest home goals (6).
Wolves’ away form ranked 13th in the league, with three wins and three defeats from six matches on the road. Wolves have largely struggled for away goals, scoring just five in six games.
Wolves and Burnley have met six times in the Premier League. Wolves have won half of those matches, drawing two and losing one. Last season’s corresponding fixture finished 1-1 at Turf Moor in July. Chris Wood’s 96th-minute penalty levelled the scores after Raul Jimenez had given Wolves a second-half lead.
Burnley team news vs Wolves
Monday’s game will likely come too soon for Johann Berg Gudmundsson who has a hamstring injury. “Johann is still touch and go and I think he will probably need more recovery time”, Sean Dyche said.
Dyche has named an unchanged starting eleven in three consecutive matches but after forwards Chris Wood and Jay Rodriguez blanked against West Brom, one of Ashley Barnes or Matej Vydra could come into Burnley’s front line.
Midfielders Jack Cork and Dale Stephens are still lacking match fitness and are not expected to be involved.
Wolves team news vs Burnley
Joao Moutinho is available again after serving a one-match suspension.
18-year-old striker Fabio Silva is yet to score a goal in the Premier League, so Nuno Espirito Santo may be tempted to change things up in Wolves’ attack. Options are limited, however, with Raul Jimenez still sidelined with a long-term head injury.
Leander Dendocker was forced off with an injury against Chelsea and is a doubt for Monday. His half-time replacement, 19-year-old American Owen Otasowie, impressed on debut and could be rewarded with a start in Wolves’ midfield three.
Willy Boly also picked up an injury in the game, which could force Wolves to shift to a back four, otherwise Max Kilman and Ki Jana Hoever are potential defensive replacements.
Wide players Daniel Podence and Pedro Neto are Wolves’ two in-form players, so Adama Traore may have to settle for a place on the bench once again.
Jonny Otto is another long-term absentee.
Predicted Burnley line-up vs Wolves
Predicted Wolves line-up vs Burnley
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