Super Sunday tips: Home wins for Wolves and Everton?

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Super Sunday makes a welcome return this afternoon, with a pair of matches set to bring plenty of entertainment.

Wolverhampton Wanderers look to continue their impressive start to life in the Premier League at home to Burnley, while West Ham United seek their first points of the campaign away at Everton.

We’ve got everything you need to mull over both matches right here…

Wolves v Burnley (1.30pm, Sky Sports Main Event)

Wolves are going just fine upon their return to the Premier League. Nuno Espirito Santo’s men have lost only once this season, producing some excellent football along the way.

They’re 8/11 favourites for the three points this afternoon, while Ruben Neves is already looking at home in the Premier League. Wolves’ set-piece ace is 3/1 to net anytime at Molineux.

Burnley haven’t quite got going yet, but now fully rested after the international break, their season starts now and they mustn’t be discounted at 17/4.

A draw is 12/5, with a 1-1 correct score popping up at 11/2. Expect Chris Wood to be in the thick of the action, with the Kiwi 6/1 to open the scoring this afternoon.

Everton v West Ham (4:00pm, Sky Sports Main Event)

Part two of today’s Prem double comes from Goodison Park, where Everton are out to make Manuel Pellegrini lose his fifth league game in a row as West Ham boss.

The Toffees are 21/20 favourites, and they’re unbeaten so far this season.

But they’re also yet to keep a clean sheet. West Ham have looked far better in attack than defence, so could this be the Irons’ chance?

The East Londoners are 12/5 for a much-needed win, but even a point would do at this stage, and a draw is 5/2.

An average of 3.25 goals have been scored in Everton’s matches this term, while West Ham’s have averaged 3. Over 2.5 goals this afternoon is 3/4.

The Hammers will have to watch for a spritely Theo Walcott. The former Arsenal man has already scored twice this season, and is 6/1 to break the deadlock.

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