Wolves fans are still celebrating a famous night in Turin in midweek, but Nuno Espirito Santo's side will have little time to rest on their laurels and I'm backing Sunday's visitors to give them a tough test at Molineux.
Burnley's relatively poor away record is a concern, but Wolves have a predictable line-up and style of play and Sean Dyche should be able to set up his team to frustrate a side that has struggled to score goals in the Premier League.
Maintaining a domestic and a European challenge simultaneously has taxed the resources of bigger clubs than Wolves, and Nuno's men may find it hard going this weekend against stubborn, well-organised opponents who will be much fresher.
French domestic Rugby Union gets underway this weekend, and in the second tier, Biarritz will hope to start their promotion push against Aurillac.
Backing the away team in French rugby is sometimes a risky proposition. Aurillac only narrowly avoided relegation last season but they still won twelve out of fifteen games at the Stade Jean Alric, while Biarritz only won four times on the road.
But one of those wins came against these opponents, at the end of the season, as Biarritz made a late promotion push that ultimately fell short. If they can start this campaign as they finished the last one, Benoit August's side offer some value here.
The highlight of Sunday's NRL action comes at GIO Stadium, where third-placed Canberra Raiders take on fifth-placed Manly Sea Eagles.
Both teams are fighting for a top-four spot, and Manly will be confident of edging out the Rabbitohs and the Eels in the closing weeks of the season, after winning four of their last five, including a 20-point success against the Tigers last time.
But Canberra's form is even stronger. They've won five of their last six and pulled off an impressive comeback win over NRL leaders Melbourne Storm last week. Manly have a powerful pack, but the Raiders are more consistent. They are also extremely tough to beat at home, and backed by a big crowd, they look a good bet here.
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