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šŸ¦ Burnley v WolvesšŸ¦ [LIVE]

See,, you thought Halfy had forgot that thereā€™s a game tonight not a chance because Halfy is always well prepared

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Burnley could name the same side which began the 1-1 draw with Liverpool.

The Clarets remain without injured quartet Jack Cork, Ben Mee, Matthew Lowton and Ashley Barnes.

Head coach Nuno Espirito Santo says Wolves have "some issues" ahead of this game, with one of those the fitness of Pedro Neto, who was forced off against Everton with "strong cramp".

If not fully fit, Neto may be replaced by Adama Traore or Diogo Jota, both of whom began on the bench on Sunday.

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MATCH FACTS

Head-to-head

Burnley won this fixture 2-0 at Turf Moor last season, but that is their only top-flight home victory against Wolves since 1963 (D4, L5).
Sean Dyche's first match as Burnley manager was a 2-0 home win versus Wolves in the Championship in November 2012. Ben Mee started that game, while fellow defender Kevin Long was on the bench.
Burnley

Last month's defeat at Manchester City is Burnley's only loss in 13 league games (W7, D5).
The Clarets are unbeaten in six league matches at Turf Moor since losing against Aston Villa on New Year's Day (W3, D3).
A 15th league victory of the season would be Burnley's highest total in a Premier League campaign.
Burnley have recorded 14 clean sheets in the top flight this term, a total bettered only by Liverpool and Manchester City's 15.
Jay Rodriguez has scored in back-to-back Premier League games and has been directly involved in 80% of his side's goals since the restart, netting three times and registering one assist.
Wolverhampton Wanderers

This will be Wolves' 55th game in all competitions this season, yet they have used just 20 players in Premier League games, fewer than any other side..
They have conceded just 18 league goals away from home this season, the second-lowest figure in the top flight behind Liverpool, with 14.
A win would give Wolves 58 points, their highest total in a Premier League campaign, bettering last year's tally of 57 points.
Raul Jimenez has 25 goals in all competitions this season, including 16 in the Premier League - the last Wolves player to net 17 in a top-flight season was John Richards in 1975-76.
This match could see Conor Coady complete 90 minutes in a 74th consecutive Premier League game, which would be the longest sequence by an outfield player since a similar run by Cesar Azpilicueta in 2017.

posted on 16/7/20

Finished Foxes 2 Blades 0
Good result for us

posted on 16/7/20

comment by GeminMallorca FOVAR (U18318)
posted 22 minutes ago
Finished Foxes 2 Blades 0
Good result for us
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Yeah sadly the result we had to wish for

posted on 16/7/20

I think we can keep Sheffield United below us, our problem is Spurs. To stop them taking our 6th spot we will have to win at Stamford Bridge - no easy task!

posted on 16/7/20

And of course Palace denied a penalty and a goal by VAR. Penalty decision was a joke.

posted on 16/7/20

Palace will be tough opponents for us and Spurs, they have Leicester, highly unlikely we will beat Chelsea

posted on 16/7/20

comment by GeminMallorca FOVAR (U18318)
posted 1 hour, 2 minutes ago
I think we can keep Sheffield United below us, our problem is Spurs. To stop them taking our 6th spot we will have to win at Stamford Bridge - no easy task!
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Spurs have Leicester and palace to play so by no means a guaranteed 6 points.

posted on 16/7/20

comment by Oldgoldilox - 1 Carl Ikeme (U17303)
posted 6 minutes ago
And of course Palace denied a penalty and a goal by VAR. Penalty decision was a joke.
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Just saw the penalty that never was. Honestly it is ridiculous isn't it.

Losing count but i think that would be +9 in decision for Utd and -6 for us this season. How the feck can you overcome that sort of swing???

posted on 16/7/20

It's blatantly clear that there's some degree of unconscious bias in favour of the big clubs. How the video refs can be as inconsistent as dickheads on the pitch is baffling. They see the game differently to everyone else which can't be right.

posted on 16/7/20

There is no doubt that the VAR system is badly flawed and needs to be changed for next season. If I had my way the remote office in London staffed by faceless numpties would be scrapped. In the case of a disputed goal, penalty or handball in the lead up to a goal, the 4th official should consult the pitchside monitor and confirm the ref's decision or otherwise. Offside calls should be left to the linesmen, that's what they are paid for. And the handball rule needs a total overhaul, going back to deliberate or accidental handball gaining an advantage or not.

posted on 16/7/20

I think the ref should consult the pitch side monitor if there is any degree of doubt in a decision. That's what should have happened yesterday, rather than a numpty miles away deciding whether or not it was a clear and obvious error.

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