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Wolves v Burnley betting tips: Hosts hunting for more goals

| 30.11.2021

Wolves v Burnley betting tips and odds

Wolves will look to continue their strong home form ahead of a daunting December as we examine the odds for some Wolves v Burnley betting tips.

A goalless draw at Norwich maintained their sixth-place position in the Premier League and Wolves are seeking a fourth straight win at Molineux with Liverpool, Manchester City and Chelsea to come this month.

Burnley, unbeaten in four matches, had a free weekend after their clash with Tottenham on Sunday was postponed because of heavy snow.

Match Odds

Wolves were perhaps a little fortunate to leave Carrow Road with a point after Teemu Pukki, Max Aarons and Lukas Rupp missed good chances for the Canaries.

Bruno Lage’s side have tasted defeat just once in their last eight league games though and are 19/20 to pick up another three points.

They have struggled in front of goal this season – their tally of 12 is the lowest in the top six – and have gone two games without finding the back of the net.

Just five goals scored at home is the joint fewest in the division so they are 29/10 to draw a blank once more and 33/2o to strike once.

Burnley are yet to win away from home this season but are 16/5 to change that in Wolves v Burnley betting tips.

Sitting third-from-bottom, the Clarets have proved tough to beat in recent weeks and have drawn five of their last seven matches so another stalemate is a tempting 9/4.

They have netted in four of their six away games, including a 1-1 draw at leaders Chelsea in their last match, so we go 6/4 for Sean Dyche’s side to score exactly once.

Talking Tactics

Lage changed from a 3-4-2-1 to a 3-4-3 system at Carrow Road but could well return to the former method against the Clarets.

Conor Coady, Max Kilman and Romain Saiss have been solid at the back for Wolves, who rely on Raul Jimenez and Hee-Chan Hwang for goals.

Adama Traore’s last three appearances have been from the bench so he will be pushing for a start.

Burnley generally play with a traditional 4-4-2 with James Tarkowski and Ben Mee a solid defensive pairing in front of reliable England goalkeeper Nick Pope.

Chris Wood and Maxwel Cornet are a handful up front while Dwight McNeil has caught the eye with some impressive performances on the left flank.

Goalscorer Odds

Mexico striker Jimenez has scored Wolves’ last two goals and has three in total for the season.

He netted in both meetings in the 2019/20 season, which ended 1-1 on each occasion, and is 7/2 to score first and 17/10 to strike at any time.

Hwang has only scored once in six league games but can be backed at 7/4 to get on the scoresheet here in Wolves v Burnley betting tips.

Wood enjoys playing against Wolves having claimed a hat-trick in last season’s corresponding fixture.

The New Zealand international also scored in the meeting at Turf Moor and has five goals in three matches against Wolves.

Wood is 6/1 to open the scoring and 5/2 to net at any time while Cornet has five goals in six appearances for the Clarets and is 13/2 and 13/5 in the same markets.

Match Info

Where: Molineux

When: 19:30, Wednesday 1st December

How to watch: Amazon Prime

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All odds and markets correct as of date of publication



Stuart Walker