Wolverhampton vs Burnley for the English Premier League championship match on Sunday at Molineux Stadium.
Wolverhampton Wanderers hosts Burnley at Molineux on Sunday afternoon, which is expected to be a very complicated match for both teams.
The home team beat Torino 3-2 on Thursday for the Europa League, while in the Premier League the Wolves drew both games.
Nuno Espirito Santo’s men will try to win for the first time this season in this competition and extend their nine-game run without losing in all games when they host the Clarets.
The home team will face a very complicated challenge as they often experience some difficulties against teams like Burnley. Although Wolves have won their last four matches at Molineux, they have won just one of their previous six games against their opponents on Sunday.
Due to the accumulation of games by Nuno’s team, it is likely to wreck players as they will go into their eighth game within 30 days. It may also be credible for Nuno to make some changes to the team to give players some rest.
Sean Dyche’s side lost 2-1 to Arsenal last weekend after winning 3-1 against Southampton FC in their first game.
As this season Burnley are not competing in European games, it seems to make them more organized both defensively and more effectively, as they demonstrated against Arsenal when they managed to create several opportunities and showing some quality in defence.
The Clarets want to continue their enjoyable performances and will also look after to their player’s fitness, particularly the talented young Dwight McNeil.
Burnley coach Sean Dyche seems certain he will put the same eleven in the match against the wolves. Steven Defour and Robbie Brady are still injured while Danny Drinkwater is due to make his debut.
Although it is difficult for the away team to win at Wolves, Burnley will try to take advantage of their opponent’s fatigue.