Given the results so far this season, Nuno Espirito Santo hasn’t often required a response from his side, but that’s what he will expect when making the short trip to Burton Albion on Saturday.
Wolves lost for the first time on the road this season in mid-week, as Conor Coady’s dismissal proved instrumental in defeat to Sheffield United. The Bramall Lane reverse came on the back of Wolves picking up ten points from the previous 12 available. With the international break on the horizon after the trip to the Pirelli Stadium, Wolves will want to sign off on a high and add to the away victories accumulated so far at Derby County, Hull City and Nottingham Forest.
Burton are in only their second ever campaign at this level and once again are holding their own so far. Nigel Clough’s men are a point above the drop zone after ten games, having picked up victories over Birmingham City and Fulham. They were on the wrong end of a heavy scoreline in mid-week however, as Aston Villa showed their ruthless streak in a 4-0 win at the Pirelli Stadium.
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League leaders Cardiff City host Derby County on Saturday, while Sheffield United are at Nottingham Forest. Preston North End welcome Sunderland to Deepdale and Bolton Wanderers make the trip to Villa Park to face Aston Villa. Elsewhere, Ipswich Town meet Bristol City and Leeds United take on Sheffield Wednesday on Sunday.
Follow The Game
The full 90 minutes will be available for overseas Wolves TV subscribers to watch live. Users in the UK can listen to the audio commentary live, while live updates will be posted in the Matchday Centre Live. As usual, Twitter will keep you up to date with goings on at the Pirelli Stadium before, during and after the game, while there’ll be Burton-related content on wolves.co.uk across the weekend.
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