Andrew Hughes thinks Burnley can earn a point at Wolves and help to land another weekend multiple in the process
"Wolves were unable to make a one-man advantage count against Everton or Leicester, were extremely fortunate to get a point against Manchester City and made little impact against a poor West Ham side before netting an injury-time winner."
There has been much praise for the start that Wolves have made to the Premier League season, and a haul of seven points from four games counts as one of the better returns by a newly promoted team in the Premier League.
But a closer look at their performances tells a slightly different story. Wolves were unable to make a one-man advantage count against Everton or Leicester, were extremely fortunate to get a point against Manchester City and made little impact against a poor West Ham side before netting an injury-time winner.
It is true that Sunday's opponents have had a poor start. As Kevin Hatchard points out in his essential Match Preview, Burnley have already conceded nine goals, but they have been playing two games a week since July, and the international break will have given them the chance to refresh and reset. Back them to win a battling point.
Guyana have finished as runners up in the Caribbean Premier League on three occasions and they are once again the underdogs on Sunday.
They deserve their place in the final, having beaten Trinbago in back-to-back games to condemn the reigning champions to play in the Qualifier, but Dwayne Bravo's side roused themselves to comfortably overcome St Kitts and Nevis on Friday.
The Amazon Warriors are dangerous opponents who clearly know how to beat the Knight Riders, but Trinbago have the greater experience, and can also boast the competitions top run scorer and wicket taker in Colin Munro and Fawad Alam respectively. Back them to retain their title.
There's plenty of rugby action this Sunday and you can catch all the latest previews and tips on the dedicated Betting.Betfair rugby pages.
Wasps are strong favourites for this clash, but I think the value lies with their opponents. The Tigers lost to Exeter in their opening game but looked solid last time against Newcastle under interim boss Geordan Murphy.
By contrast Wasps scraped an opening day victory over Worcester before being defeated by Exeter at home last weekend and look rusty. It is also worth noting that despite their troubles, Leicester have a superb away record, having lost only once on the road in the Premierships since February. Back them to edge this one.
Total Odds for this multiple: [17.54] Remember, multiple prices are based on our Sportsbook product, so any winnings are exempt from commission.
2018 Weekend Multiple P/L
Staked: 73 pts
Returned: 77 pts
P/L: + 4 pts
2017 P/L: + 0.99 pts
2016 P/L: + 20.99 pts
2015 P/L: - 0.51 pts
2014 P/L: + 12.69 pts
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