Hyochan Hwang tries for eighth league goal against underdog Burnley in the early hours of the 6th

Can ‘Bull’ Hwang Hee-Chan end Wolverhampton’s losing streak?

With eight goals this season, seven in the PL and one in the League Cup, Hwang will be looking to get on the scoresheet against Burnley. The team’s top scorer will be looking to break through a shaky Burnley defense that has conceded 32 goals in 14 league games and find the back of the net for the second time in two games.

The 23-24 PL Round 15 match between Wolverhampton and Burnley at the Molineux Stadium will be shown exclusively on SPOTV ON and SPOTV NOW on June 6 at 4:30am.

After being silent against Arsenal, Hwang will be back in front of his home fans as he aims to end a three-game losing streak. A key part of Wolverhampton’s attack, Hwang is level on seven PL goals with Alexander Isaac, Dominic Solanke, and Callum Wilson. If he adds another goal, he will be tied for fourth with Jerrod Bowen and Ollie Watkins on eight.

Hwang has never gone two games without a goal in a row this season, scoring seven goals and adding two assists in 14 league games. Against 19th-placed Burnley, Hwang will look to continue his steady run of attacking points, but he’ll need to avoid unnecessary fouls as he’s already picked up four yellow cards through 14 rounds.

13th-ranked Wolverhampton are coming off back-to-back defeats against Fulham and Arsenal. They’ll be looking to bounce back at home after an injury to Pedro Neto halted their momentum. After stumbling to two consecutive defeats in front of their home fans at the start of the season, they are now unbeaten in their last four home games with two wins and two draws. With Burnley on a four-game losing streak away from home, including the League Cup, it will be interesting to see if Wolverhampton can get a big win on home soil.

Burnley travel to Wolverhampton after a 5-0 win over Sheffield Wednesday. Goals from Jay Rodriguez, Jacob Braun Larsen, Jackie Amduni, Luca Colleoso, and Josh Brownhill were enough to turn the tide in their favor, and they’ll be looking to continue that momentum in this matchup.

Meanwhile, PL leaders Arsenal travel to Luton Town with a two-point lead over second-place Liverpool. With Arsenal on a five-game winning streak, it will be interesting to see if the Gunners can consolidate their lead at the top of the table, and you can watch the match on SPOTV ON2 and SPOTV NOW at 5:15am on June 6.


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