BURNLEY will hope Johann Berg Gudmundsson will be fit for this weekend's game with Wolves having picked up a calf injury on international duty.

The winger came off in the win over Andorra last week and missed Monday's 4-0 defeat to France through injury.

Iceland boss Erik Hamren disclosed the nature of the injury to the 28-year-old, who has 70 caps for his country, but no length of absence has been given.

Sean Dyche will be keen to have one of his most creative players available for the run-in, with Gudmundsson having featured 31 times so far this season for the Clarets.

Meanwhile, Robbie Brady and Jeff Hendrick both started for the Republic of Ireland as they made it two wins from two Euro 2020 qualifiers.

Hendrick was the match-winner in a 1-0 win over Gibraltar on Saturday, with Conor Hourihane's free kick enough to give them a win over Georgia at the Aviva Stadium.

Winger Brady was restored to the starting line-up, after being used off the bench against Gibraltar, and played 74 minutes before being replaced by Aiden O'Brien.

The win, coupled with Denmark's 3-3 draw in Switzerland, left Ireland clear at the top of the group

And a delighted McCarthy said: "It was a good result for us. They might cut each other's throats and get a couple of draws, who knows?

"But we have to play other teams and beat them, so it doesn't bother me. I can't affect what they do."