Wolves v Burnley betting tips: Wolves hunting top-five spot
Preview and odds for Wednesday’s match
Bruno Lage’s Wolves look to continue their march up the table as we scour the odds to pick out some Wolves v Burnley betting tips.
Despite being held by Norwich at the weekend, the west midlands side are a healthy sixth in the standings and ahead of the likes of Manchester United and Tottenham.
Burnley, meanwhile, missed out on the chance to escape the drop zone when seeing their weekend fixture with Spurs curtailed by the inclement weather.
Wednesday’s match at Molineux kicks off at 7.30pm and is live on Amazon Prime.
Wolves v Burnley match odds
Wolves have lost just one of their last seven top-flight fixtures and their tenacity is beginning to make them a tough nut to crack for opponents.
Molineux is also becoming a tricky place to visit, having turned around their fortunes on home soil to win their last three.
A well-rested Burnley will be looking to build on their recent form which has seen them go three games unbeaten.
They remain fourth favourites for the drop in our relegation odds but having more than doubled their points tally since last tasting defeat, there is cause for optimism at Turf Moor.
The visitors are 10/3 to keep their unbeaten run going while Wolves can be backed at 19/20 for a victory which could take them into the top five. The draw is available at 23/10 in Wolves v Burnley betting tips.
While the Clarets have found their scoring boots of late, Wolves’ goals have dried up.
However, they have found the net in their last three home fixtures and both teams to score is tempting at 1/1.
The hosts have only once scored three or more this season and it is 1/6 for under 2.5 Wolves goals.
💬 "We can’t just wait for games to come and give us something, we know we have got to build on these performances and turn some of these close games into wins."
— Burnley FC (@BurnleyOfficial) November 30, 2021
Wolves v Burnley head-to-head
Burnley have won the last two fixtures between these two sides and took a 4-0 victory with them back up the M6 following their most recent clash.
Wolves v Burnley key battles
Although only finding the net once in their last three, it is foolish to suggest Wolves are completely lacking in firepower.
Hee-Chan Hwang and Raul Jiminez have notched four and three respectively so far this term and will be looking to boost their statistics against a Clarets side that have conceded 20 in their first 12 games.
Summer signing Maxwel Cornet has shined for Burnley of late and he looks most likely to cause the hosts problems.
All odds and markets correct as of date of publication