Gary Lineker introduces the pick of the action and reaction from the day's Premier League matches, including Arsenal against Burnley and Manchester United's trip to Wolves. Both matches pitch title hopefuls against sides battling to avoid an immediate return to the Championship. Wolves lost 3-0 to Manchester United in the reverse fixture before Christmas, with manager Mick McCarthy criticised for fielding an under-strength team. With home advantage, McCarthy will plot a repeat of the shock win by Wolves when they last hosted then-league leaders United in the Premier League in 2004. Burnley make their first visit to Arsenal in the top flight since 1975. The sides drew 1-1 at Turf Moor earlier in the season, but Burnley's away form has been as wretched as Arsenal's home form has been excellent. The Gunners are hopeful that a relatively easy run-in will keep them in the hunt for the league title, and winning fixtures like this one are essential if they are to challenge for silverware.