Wolverhampton Wanderers Vs Burnley Live Stream September 16 2018 Kick Off 12:30 GMT
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Competition: Premier League
Venue: Molineux Stadium, Wolverhampton
Time: 13:30 UK, 15:30 E.A.T, 12:30 GMT
Referee: Andre Marriner
Assistants: Scott Ledger, Mick McDonough
Fourth official: Stuart Attwell
Wolves take on Burnley in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon, with the home side looking for the three points that would most likely move them into the top-half of the table at this early stage of the season. However, with Burnley likely to be highly motivated themselves following a poor start to the campaign, it could well be a close encounter at Molineux.
Premier League action returns this weekend, with Wolves and Burnley going head-to-head on Sunday afternoon. Despite having just one win from their opening four matches, Wolves have made a promising start upon their return to the top-flight, with their results to date having left them in 11th position ahead of kick-off. The likes of Ruben Neves and Diogo Jota have impressed in particular so far, with manager Nuno Espírito Santo looking to get one over on Sean Dyche this weekend.
Burnley have just a single point to their name from their four opening matches, which includes a 2-0 defeat against Manchester United last time around. Having finished 7th in the Premier League last season, Dyche will be looking for his side to return to top form sooner rather than later, starting at Molineux on Sunday.
Burnley are unbeaten in their last four encounters against Wolves, a run that dates back to November 2012. However, the last two matches between the duo have actually ended in draws, including a 1-1 at Turf Moor in 2016. Although, with the two teams having not met since that day, perhaps few conclusions can be made from their head-to-head record.
Winger Ivan Cavaleiro is likely to be the only injury absentee for the hosts this weekend, with the Portuguese youngster still suffering with a back injury. As a result, Wolves are likely to name the same starting eleven that helped them to a narrow win over West Ham last time around.
The visitors remain without England goalkeeper Nick Pope and experienced midfielder Steven Defour due to long-term injury, while the likes of Sam Vokes and Ashley Barnes are pushing for recalls this weekend.