Wolves vs Burnley: Live stream details, where to watch, TV channel and highlights news

Wolves head coach Nuno Espirito Santo is expected to ring the changes after his side beat Torino 3-2 in the Europa League.

Matt Doherty missed that match after being taken off at half-time against Manchester United on Monday due to illness and will be assessed.

Burnley will meanwhile be without Robbie Brady and Steven Defour who remain on the sidelines.

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And Danny Drinkwater, who is currently building up his fitness, is not expected to feature.

Here is everything you need to know.


Premier League’s best prospects





1/20 Emile Smith Rowe (19) – Arsenal

2/20 Colin Odutayo (18) – Aston Villa

3/20 Lloyd Kelly (20) – Bournemouth

4/20 Aaron Connolly (19) – Brighton

5/20 Josh Benson (19) – Burnley

6/20 Reece James (19) – Chelsea

7/20 Tyrick Mitchell (19) – Crystal Palace

8/20 Lewis Gibson (19) – Everton

9/20 George Hirst (20) – Leicester

10/20 Ki-Jana Hoever (17) – Liverpool

11/20 Ian Carlo Poveda (19) – Manchester City

12/20 Brandon Williams (18) – Manchester United

13/20 Matty Longstaff (19) – Newcastle

14/20 Stephen Mallon (20) – Sheffield United

15/20 Adam Idah (18) – Norwich

16/20 Jake Vokins (19) – Southampton

17/20 Troy Parrott (17) – Tottenham

18/20 Joao Pedro (17) – Watford

19/20 Amadou Diallo (16) – West Ham

20/20 Terence Taylor (18) – Wolves

1/20 Emile Smith Rowe (19) – Arsenal

2/20 Colin Odutayo (18) – Aston Villa

3/20 Lloyd Kelly (20) – Bournemouth

4/20 Aaron Connolly (19) – Brighton

5/20 Josh Benson (19) – Burnley

6/20 Reece James (19) – Chelsea

7/20 Tyrick Mitchell (19) – Crystal Palace

8/20 Lewis Gibson (19) – Everton

9/20 George Hirst (20) – Leicester

10/20 Ki-Jana Hoever (17) – Liverpool

11/20 Ian Carlo Poveda (19) – Manchester City

12/20 Brandon Williams (18) – Manchester United

13/20 Matty Longstaff (19) – Newcastle

14/20 Stephen Mallon (20) – Sheffield United

15/20 Adam Idah (18) – Norwich

16/20 Jake Vokins (19) – Southampton

17/20 Troy Parrott (17) – Tottenham

18/20 Joao Pedro (17) – Watford

19/20 Amadou Diallo (16) – West Ham

20/20 Terence Taylor (18) – Wolves

What time is it?

The match kicks-off at 4.30pm today – Sunday 25 August.

Where can I watch it?

The match is not being shown live on British television.

Highlights will be available to watch on Match of the Day Two, on NNC 2 at 10pm.

What are the odds?

Wolves to win: 4/5

Draw: 12/5

Burnley to win: 4/1

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