No fresh injury worries for Burnley

No fresh injury worries for Burnley

Burnley manager Owen Coyle could name an unchanged side for the Premier League match against Wolves on Sunday.

Coyle’s side are still looking for their first away win in the league but go into the match after holding Arsenal to a draw in midweek.

Long-term absentees Martin Paterson, Chris McCann and Jay Rodriguez remain sidelined through injury.

Team (from): Jensen, Mears, Jordan, Carlisle, Caldwell, Bikey, Alexander, Eagles, Elliott, Blake, Fletcher, Nugent, Gudjonsson, McDonald, Thompson, Duff, Guerrero, Penny, Kalvenes, Edgar.

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