Date: 10th March 2010 at 10:21am
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Wolves will stick with the 4-5-1 formation which was used against Manchester United, Bolton and Chelsea, it may have brought three defeats, but there will be no changes for Burnley.

Surprised? Not really considering the performances and I`d also prove to be rather fickle after moaning all season that McCarthy hasn’t tried to settle with one favoured formation and starting eleven!

It has been the only area that we on Vital Wolves have been critical of McCarthy. Some Wolves fans wanted to give him the boot. We just wanted more experienced players (which we tried to get so not McCarthy’s fault) and more consistency in team selection as we believe that brings its own confidence which in turn would help us put together a string of results.

“Everyone will have an opinion on this and you can make a change to get something that maybe one player isn`t giving us.’ Wolves boss Mick McCarthy told the Express & Star

He added: “But by doing that I`ll take away from what that person is giving us, and this is a really solid team performing for us at the minute. We should have scored on Saturday and we should have scored against Chelsea.

“It`s no good telling me to put strikers in so we might score because by doing that we might lack the team cohesion and what we have had is real good solid performances.”

Vital Wolves Comment: Big match against Burnley. There is a little bad blood in this game considering the build up last time was revolving around our team selection against Manchester United. But hopefully the result will be the same this time around!

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