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Burnley – Wolves Predictions and Tips For Today

Burnley - Wolves PredictionsFree Daily Soccer Betting Tips for Today, April 24, 2022.
Kick-off: 14:00 (GMT+1)
EVENT: Burnley – Wolves
TIPS: Over 1.5 Goals | Odds: 1.46@1xbet | Result: 1:0 LOST

Burnley – Wolves PREVIEW

  • As the managerial search rumbles on, Burnley caretaker boss Mike Jackson looks to be startin’ somethin’ as his side moved to within a point of Everton in 17th with a 2-0 win over Southampton in midweek. Burnley simply can’t stop ‘til they get enough points, and with Everton playing later in the day, the ‘Clarets’ can provisionally move out of the drop zone should they avoid defeat.
  • That victory over Southampton secured back-to-back Premier League (PL) home wins for the first time this season as Burnley now seek their longest run of top-flight wins at Turf Moor since a run of five back in 2016/17. That goal doesn’t seem out of reach either as they welcome Wolves to East Lancashire safe in the knowledge that they haven’t lost a PL home H2H across the last three seasons (W2, D1).
  • Wolves haven’t kicked a ball in anger for over two weeks due to Manchester City’s involvement in the FA Cup last weekend, but now return to action seeking a win in order to keep the pressure on the European places. However, three wins and five defeats across their last eight league games has somewhat dented their European aspirations, and it may take a club record PL finish of sixth place to secure that for the Black Country outfit this term.
  • Unusually, Wolves have been more convincing on their PL travels than at home of late, with five of their last eight league trips producing wins, four without reply (W5, L3). The three defeats in that run did come across their last four trips though, and with just a solitary goal scored across the last 350 minutes of away play, Raúl Jiménez’s return from suspension for this game is perhaps even more timely.
  • Players to watch: Nathan Collins scored his first two goals for Burnley across their last two home games, each contributing to crucial wins, whilst Jiménez could make all the difference for Wolves, as five of his six league goals this season were decisive in victory.
  • Hot stat: Wolves haven’t conceded a first-half goal in any of their last 15 PL away games.