Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo and Burnley manager Sean Dyche are both out to sustain constant displays ahead of their meeting on Monday. Pedro Neto snatched a late, morale-boosting win over Chelsea to get Wolves back on track on Tuesday, while Burnley held Aston Villa to a goalless draw on Thursday. Wolves have lost two of their last three, but Nuno is now looking for his team – who sit 10th on 20 points – to use their win over Chelsea as a springboard to push on.
Everything you need to know ahead of the game
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