Burnley’s 5-0 win over Sheffield United looks like it might’ve cost Blades’ boss Paul Heckingbottom his job but for Vincent Kompany he’ll be hoping its the start of the Clarets’ climb up the table.
A win at Wolves could take them out of the relegation zone but a trip to Molineux has proven difficult for even the best of teams this season.
Gary O’Neil has masterminded wins over Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur on home soil this season as well as draws with Newcastle and Aston Villa. Home defeats have come against Liverpool and Brighton so tonight’s fixture is their first against a side outside the current top eight in the table.
O’Neil can rightly point to being on the wrong end of some dubious decisions by officials this season and they probably deserve to be higher up the table than 13th.
They shown enough quality on their own patch to earn our trust that can better a Burnley side who’ll be in good spirits. Back the home side to edge this one at 5/6.
The evening’s other Premier League match sees Luton Town host top-of-the-table Arsenal at Kenilworth Road.
The bookies don’t give the Hatters much chance, rating them 16/1 shots to get the win. They’ve not been disgraced at home, they’ve picked up five points, including a draw with Liverpool and their three defeats have been by a single goal.
Three of Arsenal’s four away wins have been 1-0 (at Palace, Everton and Brentford) so a narrow Gunners victory could be an option. An Arsenal win by one goal pays 3/1, while the 0-1 scoreline pays 15/2.
In Scotland Ross County will be popular at 29/20 to beat Motherwell. They’ve picked up four points from the two games since Derek Adams return and host a Well side that are winless in 11.
- Wolves to win 5/6 Bet365
- Arsenal to win by a single goal margin 3/1 Bet365
- Ross County to win 29/20 Bet365
Upcoming Match Previews & Tips
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- Tue 19:30 Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Burnley
- Tue 20:15 Luton Town vs Arsenal
- Wed 19:30 Sheffield United vs Liverpool
- Wed 19:45 Celtic vs Hibernian
- Wed 20:00 Hearts vs Rangers
- Thu 20:15 Tottenham Hotspur vs West Ham United
With Southwell likely to be called off on Tuesday Rizzel is back to the AW racing at Wolverhampton for his sole selection of the day.
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