The game comes to a close with Wolves coming away 1-0 winners.
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Neves is booked for a poor challenge and Burnley now have a freekick in a decent area.
The sub has several chances which Hart and Tarkowski are able to deal with.
Jiminez is off for Bonatini.
Traore forces a good save from Hart at his near post.
Wood is on for Vokes.
Burnley go 1-0 down and now have to deal with Adama Traore pic.twitter.com/kH3bPF2Wom
— 101 Great Goals (@101greatgoals) 16 September 2018
Adama Traore is on for Costa.
Wolves finally break the Burnley defence!
Vydra comes on for Barnes.
Jota squares it to Jiminez who smashes it over.
We are back underway with the score still 0-0.
The first 45 comes to a close with Wolves unable to break down a resilient Burnley.
Boly catches the ball in the air and pokes it at Hart who pulls off a good save.
Coady plays a good ball over the top but Hart is able to come out and gather.
Just over half an hour gone and it remains 0-0, Wolves looking the better side.
Wolves and Burnley first played each other in a league fixture in September 1888 (Wolves won 4-1, their first ever league win.)
— Ian King (@twoht) September 16, 2018
— Burnley FC (@BurnleyOfficial) September 16, 2018
— Wolves (@Wolves) September 16, 2018
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Wolves vs Burnley live streaming: Match preview
Wolves season is really up and running.
They were disappointing in their first two, drawing 2-2 with 10-man Everton and losing to Leicester.
However, in their last two, Nuno Espírito Santo’s side have shown what they are all about.
They became the first team to get a point of the champions and then finally got their first win, a stoppage time winner at West Ham.
That’ll give them confidence so can they go back to back?
As for Sean Dyche’s team, their season can properly start here.
They’ve already played 10 games due to their Europa League commitments.
Two legged ties with Aberdeen, İstanbul Başakşehir and then Olympiakos were ultimately in vain as they crashed out to the Greeks.
That might be a good thing for their league form as they’ve only got 1 point so far and need to start winning.
It’ll be hard for them to do that here though and anything other than a home win would be a surprise.