Probable team lineups: Burnley vs Wolves

HiHo!

This is a real sixpointer! The team that wins the match at Turf Moor can look forward to a less stressful row of matches following and  will play better because of it. I hoe and believe that I’m talking about Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Wolves have actually played very good the last six games or so and it is only bad fortune and  an inability to get the last touch right that has prevented Wolves from gaining another six or seven points in the last games played.

Mick McCarthy has managed to make a solid formation and team work together well and they creates enough chances in a match to win. And that includes matches against Manchester United and Liverpool. The 4-5-1 formation was completed when Jones came in as an attacking midfielder and Guédioura was the final piece of the puzzle.

Wolves will very probable start with the same eleven as the last matches. But Keogh is knocking on the door to take a place in the team. But he will probably have to wait until the second half before he is allowed on the pitch. Ebanks-Blake may come in depending on results as is Milijas.

The Burnley team is not as fixed as the Wolves team. Fletcher is said to be injury free and if he is he will start, in my opinion. The team that played the second half against Stoke did well and Paterson on the right wing assisted to the Nugent goal, so I think he will continue in that position.

Here are the probable starting elevens in the match between Burnley and Wolves.

Paddytheflea


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~ by paddytheflea on March 12, 2010.

One Response to “Probable team lineups: Burnley vs Wolves”

  1. I’m sure Mick will start with same line-up as recently and that makes sense. If we are struggling, I really hope that Milijas is given a chance – I think we are potentially going to need his quality of delivery at some point. As far as Burnley goes, I am worried about Nugent because of a little bit of recent form. Keep him quiet and I would hope we can get a result.

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