Coyle set to name unchanged side

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

Last Updated: 18/12/09 at 12:13

Coyle: Set to go unchanged

Coyle: Set to go unchanged

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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.

Kick-off 1.30pm.

Burnley (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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