Burnley host Wolverhampton Wanderers on Wednesday evening, as two of the most in-form post-lockdown Premier League sides face off.
Burnley have responded well to returning to action with a 5-0 thrashing by Manchester City. Clearly not demoralised, they're unbeaten in five outings since and became the first side to take a point from Anfield this season on Saturday with a spirited and hard-fought 1-1 draw against champions Liverpool.
Wolves, meanwhile, have won four of six matches since the hiatus, although recent back-to-back defeats to Arsenal and Sheffield United appear to have cost them any chance at Champions League qualification. Still, they responded well to the setback with an emphatic 3-0 victory over Everton at the weekend, arguably their best performance since football returned.
Burnley are without captain Ben Mee here, as well as Jack Cork, Ashley Barnes, Ben Gibson and Matthew Lowton, but have been boosted by the return of top scorer Chris Wood, who's already up to a best-ever tally of 11 Premier League goals. The New Zealand international is 13/5 to score anytime and 13/2 to do so first.
But Wood will have his work cut out against the Wolves backline, who have kept eight clean sheets in their last 11 games since star man Willy Boly returned from injury in the Spring.
We recommend backing the visitors here, given their recent record. They’re priced at 10/11, while to win to nil - as they’ve done in each of their last five league wins - is 7/4. Given Burnley’s recent record, we expect a tight and low-scoring encounter - a narrow 1-0 win for Wolves is 5/1.
*All prices correct at the time of writing and subject to change