Wolves hosts Burnley at Molineux on Tuesday night in what should be a closely-fought contest between 13th and 19th in the table.
Gary O’Neil’s men have won just one of their last five matches, having beaten Tottenham 2-1 at Molineux on 11th November after a 2-2 draw with Newcastle and a 2-1 loss at Sheffield United. Since then, Wanderers have lost 3-2 away to both Fulham and Arsenal.
Burnley managed just their second win of the season on Saturday as they thrashed Sheffield United 5–0 at Turf Moor. In the run-up to that match, the Clarets had suffered disappointing 2-1, 3-1, 2-0 and 3-0 losses to West Ham United, Arsenal, Crystal Palace and Everton.
Arsenal make the short journey to Luton Town on Tuesday night as Mikel Arteta’s men look to extend their lead at the top of the Premier League.
The Hatters have managed four points from five matches, having lost 3-1, 1-0 and 3-1 to Aston Villa, Manchester United and Brentford, while drawing 1-1 at home to Liverpool and managing a memorable 2-1 win over Crystal Palace at Kenilworth Road thanks to goals from Teden Mengi and Jacob Brown.
Arsenal are in red-hot form of late, having won all of their last five matches, beating Sevilla 2-0, Burnley 3-1, Brentford 1-0, Lens 6-0 and Wolverhampton Wanderers 2-1 with Bukayo Saka and Martin Odegaard getting on the scoresheet last time out.
In the Copa del Rey, Tercera Federacion Group 6 side Atzeneta faces Getafe in what looks like a complete mismatch.
Atzeneta managed to stun Real Zaragoza in the First Round of the Copa del Rey as they won via a 2-1 scoreline. In terms of league form, they have won just one of their last four matches, beating Acero 4-0 and La Roda on either side of back-to-back 0-0 draws with Soneja and Castellon B.
Getafe were on a four-match unbeaten run before their 2-0 away loss to Las Palmas last time out, having drawn 1-1 with Granada in between 2-1 and 1-0 wins over Almeria and Cadiz after a superb 12-0 away win at Tardienta in the last round of the Copa del Rey.
Arosa takes on Valencia in the Copa del Rey on Tuesday night with the visitors coming in as firm favourites.
The home side actually lost in the last round of the Copa del Rey via a 3-0 scoreline to Granada, however, the La Liga outfit were thrown out of the competition for fielding an ineligible player. Arosa currently ply their trade in the fifth-tier of Spanish football and have won two of their last four league matches, beating UD Ourense and Palosaco 1-0 while losing 3-1 to Bergantinos and drawing 0-0 with Pontevedra B.
Valencia are winless in their last three matches, having suffered 2-1 and 5-1 defeats to Girona and Real Madrid while only drawing 0-0 at home to Celta Vigo. Before this, the Bats had beaten Granada 1-0 and UD Logrones 2-0.
The final game on this Smart Acca sees Concarneau go head-to-head with Auxerre in a battle between 14th and third in Ligue 2.
Concarneau’s last win came on 11th November via a 3-0 scoreline away to league leaders Laval. Since then, they have lost three of their last four matches, having been beaten on penalties by Stade Briochin 5-3 on penalties after a 3-3 draw in the Coupe de France, before drawing 1-1 with Amiens and suffering 2-1 and 2-0 defeats to Pau and Rodez.
Meanwhile, Auxerre are on a four-game unbeaten run since losing 2-1 at Guingamp in early November, having beaten Saint-Etienne 5-2 and Quevilly-Rouen Metropole 3-2 on either side of back-to-back 0-0 draws against Bastia and Le Pays du Valois.
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