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BUR vs WOL Dream11 Tips for Premier League Burnley vs Wolves 21 December


BUR vs WOL Dream11: Burnley play host to Wolverhampton Wanderers on Monday evening looking to extend their unbeaten record in the Premier League to four matches. After a slow start to the season, Burnley have begun to pick up points, with eight points gained from their past five games. On the contrary, rather than finding a good spell of form, Wolves have had an inconsistent past five games, with a heavy 4-0 defeat to Liverpool and a disappointing 1-0 loss at the hands of Villa. Despite this, wins over Chelsea and Arsenal, as well as a draw against an in-form Southampton will still fill Wolves win confidence that they can get a result against Burnley, a game they should be winning with ease.

Burnley vs Wolves, Premier League

21th December, 11:00 pm (IST)

Turf Moor, Burnley

Recent form:



Head-to-head: In 17 head-to-head encounters between the two sides, Wolverhampton Wanderers hold the clear advantage. They have won eight games, lost five and drawn four.

Last meeting: Burnley 1-1 Wolves

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BUR vs WOL Prediction, Team News, Starting XI

A) Burnley Team News

Injury Report, Unavailability: Burnley manager Sean Dyche will be unable to call upon the services of Iceland international Johann Berg Gudmundsson and midfielder Jack Cork, who are both injured.

Doubtful: There are doubts over the availability of midfielder Dale Stephens in BUR vs WOL Dream11 Prediction.

Expected changes: Jack Cork has made a return to action with the U23s having been out all season so should be pushing for a place in the matchday squad at the least.

BUR Playing 11 (probable):

Pope; Lowton, Tarkowski, Mee, Taylor; Brady, Westwood, Brownhill, McNeil; Barnes, Wood

B) Wolves Team News

Injury Report, Unavailability: Wolverhampton Wanderers will be without key striker Raul Jimenez and Spanish full-back Jonny, who are both out injured.

Doubtful: There are doubts over the availability of Belgium international Leander Dendoncker and centre-back WIlly Boly.

Expected changes: Owen Otasowie performed very well on his Premier League debut and will be hoping for another chance in midfield.

WOL Playing 11 (probable):

Patricio; Boly, Coady, Saiss; Semedo, Moutinho, Neves, Marcal; Traore, Podence, Neto

BUR vs WOL Today Match Prediction:

Last season’s corresponding fixture in the summer proved to be a tight affair, and we expect a similar type of contest on Monday. Neither side will want to suffer a defeat ahead of the Christmas period, something which could lead to an uneventful low-scoring draw being played in the North-West. We predict a 1-1 draw in the BUR vs WOL Today Match Prediction .

BUR vs WOL Dream 11 Prediction

GK: Patricio
DEF: Coady, Tarkowski, Semedo, Saiss
MID: Westwood, Moutinho, McNeil
FW: Neto, Wood, Podence

BUR vs WOL Dream11, Captain & Differential Picks

Captain Options –

Burnley – 

Chris Wood – Wood has has 2 goals and a total of 13 shots on goals. This results in a goal conversion rate of 10%. He had a total of 15 big chances.

Ashley Barnes – Barnes has a pass completion rate of 76.27% and a rate of 33.33 % for passes into the box.

Wolves –

Pedro Neto – Neto has 4 goals and a total of 11 shots on goals. This results in a goal conversion rate of 16.67%. He had a total of 8 big chances.

Daniel Podence – Podence has 3 goals and a total of 6 shots on goals. This results in a goal conversion rate of 13.64. He had a total of 7 big chances.

Differential Picks –

Ashley Westwood – Westwood has 1 goals and a total of 2 shots on goals. This results in a goal conversion rate of 25%. He had a total of 1 big chances.

Joao Moutinho – Moutinho has won 7 aerial duels and 30 tackles. On top of this he made a total of 1 blocks.

Jeet Ghosh

Jeet Ghosh is a Football Journalist, living and working in Kolkata with years of experience. He is a Post Graduate in Journalism and Mass Communication from Jadavpur University. Jeet is a sports lover but has a special liking for football. He has worked as a football writer with The Citizen, Sportsflashes, Sportskeeda. He follows the football leagues around the world and is somewhat partial towards Real Madrid.