But with the Clarets knocked out of the competition at the hands of Olympiacos, their focus will be back on the Premier League as they look to kick start their season.
You have to go all the way back to 1988 to find the most important clash between Wolves and Burnley. With both sides then playing in the fourth tier of English football, the Sherpa Van Trophy, now called the EFL Cup, offered both sides the chance to win silverware.
Division four winners Wolves met tenth placed Burnley at a sold out Wembley Stadium, and the West Midlands club came out on top, with a 2-0 victory thanks to goals from Andy Mutch and Robbie Dennison.
The result meant Wolves became the first club in English football history to win both the First Division and the Sherpa Van Trophy - showing just how far the club had fallen since their heyday in the 1950s.
Wolves will be pleased with their start to the season. Draws against Everton
Burnley on the other hand have had a woeful start to the season. Sean Dyche's side pride themselves on their defensive solidity, but they've already conceded nine times in their first four games.
Their lack of European football could now focus some minds, but they come into this one off the back of a poor start to the season.
Wolves' star centre forward Raul Jimenez reportedly picked up a knock this week, so the West Midlands club may be forced to start with Leo Bonatini in the central role of the front three this weekend.
Summer singing Leander Dendoncker still requires time to adjust to his new club so a debut may not happen for the Belgian against Burnley.
Sean Dyche has confirmed that both Stephen Ward and
The Clarets will set up in a disciplined shape and look to hit Wolves on the counter when they can, but Wolves should have just about enough to come out victorious.