Looking to move one step closer to another top-six finish this season, Europa League outfit Wolves will make the trip to what should be a resurging Turf Moor on Wednesday evening.
Making a return to winning ways in empathic fashion over the weekend and landing a thumping 3-0 win against what was a sluggish Everton on Sunday afternoon, the Oranges will be desperate to end their campaign on a high.
On the flip side, battling from behind and grabbing what was a stunning point against newly-crowned champions Liverpool at Anfield over the weekend, Burnley have continued to shine since returning from the enforced break.
Unbeaten in their last five Premier League outings and collecting 11 points on their recent purple patch, the Lancashire outfit could be smelling an upset in midweek.
However, with the two sides playing out a 1-1 draw earlier in the season, they do have a habit of producing low-scoring encounters. With each of the last five straight meetings between the two sides seeing under 2.5 goals by the final whistle, a similar outcome on Wednesday evening can be found priced at 8/13 with William Hill.
The Clarets on the rise
Ending Liverpool’s hopes of completing the season with a 100% Premier League home record thanks to a stunning late equalizer at Anfield over the weekend, Sean Dyche’s side have really impressed since making a return to action.
Really bouncing back from their hammering at the Etihad last month, Burnley find themselves in the midst of a five-match unbeaten run and only their goal difference keeps them behind Arsenal in the standings.
With the mood around Turf Moor once again on the rise and smelling another upset in Lancashire this week, Dyche could be calling on Jay Rodriguez to lead their charge in midweek.
Finding the net late on at Anfield on Saturday, the former Southampton striker has now bagged back-to-back Premier League strikes for the first time since April 2018 and will once again lead the line with a returning Chris Wood.
While shot-stopper Nick Pope might be continuing to steal the headlines after a string of stellar displays, you might be interested to know that a red-hot Rodriguez can be found priced at 7/2 with Paddy Power to extend on his tally at Turf Moor this week.
Wolves make a return to winning ways
Although back-to-back defeats against Arsenal and Sheffield United might have started to worry some in Wolves’ camp, the Oranges were back to their best with a thumping victory at Molineux over the weekend.
Picking up a 3-0 romp against what was a lacklustre Everton on Sunday afternoon, Nuno Espírito Santo’s side have found a route back into the top-six and also have a Europa League quarter-final on the horizon.
With some around the Midlands still dreaming of mounting what would be a shock top-four charge at the back end of the season, Santo would have been glad to see leading marksman Raul Jimenez make a return to scoring ways last time out.
Converting from the spot against the Toffees on Sunday and extending on what has been a record-breaking campaign for the Mexican international, he has now bagged 25 goals across all competitions so far this year.
It is also worth noting, bagging a 97th-minute equalizer when the two sides faced off back in August, Jimenez can be found priced at 7/5 with Coral to extend on his tally in midweek.