Burnley have lost their last two league fixtures now and are winless in three. They start the weekend in 15th and will either finish there or one place, either way, depending on this result. Arsenal realistically blew their shot at the top four finish last weekend with a draw against Brighton. The Gunners have to win this and somehow overturn an eight-goal swing in the goal difference to Spurs. Read our Burnley v Arsenal betting tips for more.
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on May 6th, 2019 at 9:40 p.m.)
The Clarets have lost their last two league games, failing to get on the scoresheet in either of those. They have won just the seven games at Turf Moor this season (D2 L9), but five of those have been since December 30th. Burnley have posted a W1 L4 record at home against the top six teams this season, their lone success in that sequence coming against Spurs. Burnley have averaged 1.3 goals per home fixture but in each of their last five home Premier League games, they have scored exactly two goals. The Clarets were on a twelve match scoring streak at home before losing 1-0 to Man City in their last home fixture.
In their last five home games, Burnley are W2 L3 and the two successes in that sequence were 2-0 victories over Wolves and Cardiff. The Clarets have earned a clean sheet in 28% of home games this season and each of their last three have ended under 2.5 goals. Of the home defeats which have gone against them this season, six of the nine have been by at least a two-goal margin. Burnley have scored 61% of their home goals in the first period of games. Only the current bottom three plus Bournemouth have conceded more league goals this season in the top flight than Burnley have. The Clarets start the weekend in 15th place and will either finish there or one place either way.
Arsenal were 3-1 winners at home over Burnley in December
The Gunners are on a nine-match winning streak against the Clarets
Burnley have lost their last three home games 1-0 against Arsenal
Both teams have scored in three of the last eight meetings
Arsenal could only manage a home draw against Brighton last weekend. That was costly as it means that they are highly unlikely to finish in the top four. In order to that, they have to claim maximum points, hope that Spurs lose and overturn an 8-goal deficit in the process. The Gunners have really tanked in their form at the end of the season. They are W1 D1 L4 in their last six league games now. Most of their troubles have come away from home as well where they are on a three-match losing streak, scoring just the one goal in that sequence.
Arsenal had a big extra shift in midweek too, beating Valencia to reach the Europa League Final. So that is where their focus will be, win that and they will reach the Champions League. 72% of Arsenal’s away games this season in the EPL have gone over 2.5 goals and a 1-0 win at Watford in the middle of April has been their only clean sheet away from the Emirates all term. Both teams have scored in 78% of Arsenal’s away games. The Gunners have averaged 1.5 goals per game on the road, conceding at an average of 1.9 per game. Five of their six away wins have been by a one-goal margin.
Arsenal’s top four ambitions really or already done and dusted. It’s been such poor form from them lately that it’s easy and reasonable enough to see Burnley getting under their skin at Turf Moor. Burnley-draw double chance looks a good proposition.
10th May 2019 / lee - Category: Premiership Betting
Can Manchester City hold their nerve until the end of the season? After seeing off Tottenham and Manchester United in back to back games, they can’t let their intensity drop as they visit Turf Moor on Sunday. Once again they are playing catch up to Liverpool who won on Friday night. A win puts City back top with two to play. Read our Burnley v Manchester City betting tips for more.
Man City 1/7
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on April 27th, 2019 at 9:00 p.m.)
Can Burnley ruin Manchester City’s chances of a title defence? That seems to be the question that everyone is asking of them at the moment. Last weekend they went to Stamford bridge and earned 2-2 draw against Chelsea. That leaves them undefeated in their last four games now, winning three of those. In total their record at Turf Moor this season is W7 D2 L8 and they have taken back to back home wins. Those were both 2-0 victories over Wolves and Cardiff. It will, of course, be a much stiffer challenge that they face in this one. Burnley’s home record against top six sides this season is W1 L3.
The home win in that sequence happened against Spurs. Burnley have averaged 1.3 goals per home game this season with 59% of matches going over 2.5 goals. The Clarets have earned a clean sheet in 29% of their home games. Burnley have scored at least one goal in each of their last twelve league home games as well, so do have a bit of form behind them. Enough to trouble the Citizens? Burnley have scored 61% of their home goals in the first half of games and they may need an early positive start in this. The problem for Burnley may be in defence as only the current bottom three have worse defensive records than that of Burnley’s this season in the top flight.
Manchester City have beaten Burnley 5-0 in both league and FA Cup this season
The Citizens are unbeaten in their last seven against the Clarets in all champions
Burnley have conceded at least three goals in four for their last five against City
The Clarets are W1 D1 L1 in their last three league home games against City
The Citizens are on an eleven match winning streak in the league at the moment. They really couldn’t be doing much more than they are. Their last two wins have been big ones as well, City coming through some big tests of character in having beaten Spurs and Manchester United. It would be easy after those two successes to let complacency set in for an easier looking fixture. But this is Manchester City and they look pretty well dialled in. The Citizens are on a five-match winning streak on their travels at the moment. They have conceded just the one goal in that sequence of games as well.
Home and away, City have taken a clean sheet in eight of their last eleven games, which is a remarkable record. In total, the Citizens have scored 33 away goals this season which is an average of just under two goals per game. They have shipped just the ten goals on their travels at an average of 0.6 per road game. Manchester City have earned a clean sheet in 59% of their away games this season. Less than half of their away games have gone over 2.5 goals. Of their twelve away wins recorded this term, the Citizens have won nine of them by at least a two-goal margin. City’s overall away record is W12 D2 L3. They have won all five away games against teams currently in the bottom seven.
Manchester City looked composed and even though they know they are going to get a tough game here against the unpredictable Clarets, the quality and class that the Citizens have has to win through at the end of the day. Away win to nil.
27th April 2019 / lee - Category: Premiership Betting
Chelsea missed out on important points last weekend in the race for a top-four finish as they suffered a loss at the title-chasing Liverpool. They will be hoping for an easier time of things on home soil against Burnley this weekend. The Clarets though should show up in a bullish mood as they have won each of their last three league games, putting relegation worries behind them. Read our Chelsea v Burnley betting tips for more.
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on April 16th, 2019 at 11:57 p.m.)
Chelsea lost 2-0 last weekend in the Premier League against Liverpool. In midweek they almost blew a 3-0 half-time lead against Slavia Prague in the Europa League, the Blues ending up winning the game 4-3. It has not been the most convincing of seasons from the Blues but they are still in the mix for a top-four finish. Before their defeat at Liverpool Chelsea were on a three-match winning streak in the Premier League. Their home form has been good at Stamford Bridge this season in the top flight as it stands at W11 D5 L1. Chelsea are undefeated in their last seven home games and they are currently on a six-match scoring streak at the bridge.
The Blues have averaged exactly 2 goals per home game this season and they have been tight in defence as well. Chelsea have conceded at 0.6 goals per home game this season and they have collected a clean sheet in four of their last five at home in the top flight. Only 41% of chalices home games this season have gone over 2.5 goals. The Blues in total have taken a clean sheet in 53% of home fixtures. Of their 11 home victories, this season all but two of them have been by a two-goal margin. Chelsea have yet to be losing at the halftime break in a home game this season and they have scored 59% of their home goals in the second period of fixtures.
Chelsea earned a 4-0 away win at Burnley earlier this season
The Blues have won their last two league meetings with the Clarets
Burnley won this corresponding fixture last season 3-2
Both teams have scored in six of their last eight league meetings
Burnley are on a three-match winning streak at the moment after collecting a home win over Cardiff last weekend. They also collected a victory in their last away game which was against Bournemouth but they had lost their previous two on the road against Newcastle and Liverpool. The overall away record of Burnley this season has seen them win just four games (D4 L9). Three of those four away victories this season by the Clarets have been in 2019. Burnley have struggled for clean sheets away from home this season collecting one in 18% of their road fixtures.
Burnley average 1.1 goals per away game this season but they have conceded at an average of 1.9 per road game. So that is really where they have fallen down. In their five away games against the other big six teams in the division this season Burnley are D1 L4. There has been no clean sheet in any of their last five away games but they have scored at least two goals in their last two away fixtures. Of the nine away defeats at Burnley have suffered this season seven of them have been by at least a two goal margin. They have conceded 59% of their away goals in the second period of fixtures. There are only four teams in the division currently with a worse defensive record than that of Burnley’s.
This is no easy game for Chelsea who do still look a bit directionless at the best of times. But they have produced some strong home form recently and they may be able to battle their way past the Clarets. Home win.
19th April 2019 / lee - Category: Premiership Betting
It has been back to back league wins for Burnley now in the league and they have moved well clear of the drop zone with that. Cardiff are still looking like the ones most likely to join Fulham and Huddersfield in relegation this season, the Bluebirds six points from safety heading into midweek action. Read our Burnley v Cardiff betting tips for more.
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on April 9th, 2019 at 11:32 p.m.)
The Clarets gave themselves a huge boost last weekend with a great 3-1 away win at Bournemouth. That leaves them standing on back-to-back Premier League wins at the moment. That burst of form has seen them claim up towards mid-table and away from the threat of relegation. The home form of Burnley this season reads W6 D2 L8 so it hasn’t been great from the Clarets at Turf Moor. However, they have produced a W4 D1 L2 record there in their last seven so that has been a dramatic improvement from them. Burnley have averaged 1.3 goals per home game this season.
62% of all league fixtures at Turf Moor have gone over 2.5 goals. Burnley have claimed a clean sheet in 25% of their home fixtures this season, but they have conceded at an average of 1.75 goals per home game. The Clarets are currently on an 11 match scoring streak on home soil in the top flight and of the goals which they have produced at home 62% of them have been scored in the first half of fixtures. Burnley have only opened the scoring in seven of their home games this season. Overall home and away, only four sides have a worse defensive record then Burnley currently do in the top flight.
Burnley took a 2-1 away win at Cardiff in September
Seven of the last ten meeting have ended in a draw in all competitions
The last six meetings at Turf Moor have ended in a draw
Only three of the last ten meetings have gone over 2.5 goals
Cardiff are starting to look in serious trouble at the moment with five defeats in their last six Premier League games played. In their last fixture, they suffered a 2-0 defeat out at Manchester City which leaves them with back-to-back defeats. Out on the road, this season Cardiff have earned a record of just W2 D2 L11 so they have had a really tough time of things. Cardiff have lost four of their last five away games (W1). Their defence has conceded at an average of 1.9 goals per away game this season.
They have had their issues at the other end of the pitch as well having scored only nine goals in their 15 away fixtures. Less than half of their away games have made it over 2.5 goals. Cardiff have claimed a clean sheet in three away fixtures this season but they are without one in any of their last five on the road. Seven of Cardiff’s 11 away defeats this season have been by a margin of at least two goals. Cardiff have conceded 61% of their away goals in the second period of fixtures. And incidentally, they have scored eight of their nine away goals this season after the halftime break.
Burnley got a huge lift last weekend and they should be able to follow that up on home soil here. Three points would leave their survival hopes looking pretty strong at the end of the day. Home win in the match outright.
10th April 2019 / lee - Category: Premiership Betting
The Cherries had another misfire last time out as they were beaten away at Leicester. They look like a side who need to regroup. They aren’t in bad shape at home though. They will be facing a Burnley side who are trying to keep their heads above water near the drop zone. The Clarets got an important home win on the weekend. Read our Bournemouth v Burnley betting tips for more.
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on April 2nd, 2019 at 4:15 p.m.)
The Cherries suffered a 2-0 loss at Leicester in their last fixture which saw their already poor away form for the season get worse. They are W7 D5 L4 on home soil though, so that’s been a positive for them. They are without a win in their last three there though (D2 L1) the loss happening against Manchester City. Bournemouth have returned 28 goals this season at home, a decent average of 1.75 goals per home game. 62% of their home games have gone over the 2.5 goal line. The Cherries have totalled a clean sheet in 31% of home games.
Bournemouth are without a clean sheet in three at home at the moment. They have only failed to score in one of their last seven at the Vitality, which was in the game against Man City. Five of their seven home successes this season have been by a margin of at least two goals. Bournemouth have conceded 62% of their home goals in the second half of matches and they have opened the scoring in 9 of 16. They are struggling overall defensively as just four teams have conceded more goals than they have in this season’s top flight.
Burnley posted a 4-0 home win over Bournemouth in September
The Cherries have won just two of their last eleven against the Clarets
Burnley won 2-1 at the Vitality Stadium last season
Both teams have scored in all but one of the last seven meetings
Burnley breathed a sigh of relief on the weekend after a 2-0 home win over Wolves. That left them five points clear of the drop zone at the end of the weekend. Burnley had lost their four league games prior to that so were really on a poor slump. They do have some improving to do on the road though because they have lost back to back away games currently against Newcastle and then Liverpool. The Clarets have now managed to take three away wins all season as well (D4 L9). They have struggled defensively as they average 1.9 goals per game against them this term.
Burnley have scored at an average of a goal per away game. They are without a clean sheet in any of their last four on the road, conceding at least two goals in both of their most recent away games. Just once have they found themselves ahead at the halftime break in a road game. The Clearest have produced 62% of their away goals in the second half of matches and have conceded 61% of away goals after the half time break as well. Fulham are the only side to have conceded more league goals than the Clarets in the top flight this term.
This should be a good open game as neither are really all that great at the back. So it could be an entertaining battle. Of the two though, Bournemouth have a lot more to offer going forward, so they look the more likely of the winners.
4th April 2019 / lee - Category: Premiership Betting
Burnley are back in trouble as they have fallen badly out of form. It is a four-match losing streak that the Clarets are on. They welcome Wolves to Turf Moor on the weekend, with the visitors looking for more points as they push for a top-seven finish. Read our Burnley v Wolves betting tips for more.
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on March 24th, 2019 at 10:18 p.m.)
It is trouble for the Clarets at the moment who are on a four-match losing streak. They suffered a 2-1 reverse against Leicester last time out, which was with Leicester going down to ten men early in the first half. That was a huge dent in Burnley’s survival hopes. The Clarets are W5 D2 L8 on home soil in the top flight this season, losing their last two there. Burnley have scored in seven of their last eight games, so they have that going for them. They didn’t manage a clean sheet in any of those eight games though.
67% of fixtures at Turf Moor this season have gone over 2.5 goals, with 40% going over 3.5 goals. Both teams have scored in two-thirds of games there. Three of Burnley’s five home wins this season have been by a one-goal margin. They are actually on a ten-match scoring streak at Turf Moor and have scored 67% of home goals in the first half of matches. Burnley are without a clean sheet in five at home in the EPL. They have conceded five goals in their last two home games.
Wolves were 1-0 winners at home against Burnley in September
Wolves won their one previous EPL visit to Turf Moor in 2010
Burnley have scored one goal in their last three against Wolves
Four of the last five meetings have gone under 2.5 goals
Wolves haven’t played in the league since back on March 10th, but they did make it through to the FA Cup semi-finals at the expense of Manchester United since then. Wolves have only suffered a defeat in their last eight league games now. They have been a little bit stronger on home soil during that sequence it needs to be said. They are winless in three on their travels (D2 L1) and have won only one of their last five away from home in the EPL. Wolves have tallied up sixteen goals on their travels which has taken them to a W5 D5 L5 record away from Molineaux.
Strangely Wolves are just D1 L3 this season away at sides currently in the bottom six. Just 33% of their away games have made it over 2.5 goals, despite them only taking a clean sheet in just 13% road games. Of the five away losses that they have suffered, three of them have been by a one-goal margin only. Wolves have a half time record of W3 D7 L5 away from home. They have not managed to take a clean sheet in last eleven on the road. Each of their last five games, home and away, have gone under 2.5 goals. Wolves have scored 69% of their road goals in the second half of games.
Wolves haven’t quite delivered away from home against teams near the bottom. So there could be a chance for Burnley to come up with something in this one. But that’s most likely a point as Wolves are so difficult to beat.
28th March 2019 / lee - Category: Premiership Betting
After three straight league defeats the relegation concerns for Burnley have mounted up. They start the weekend just two points above the drop zone and with work to do. Leicester have won two of their last three, Brendan Rodgers getting his first win with the club last weekend over Fulham. Read our Burnley v Leicester betting tips for more.
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on March 14th, 2019 at 8.10 p.m.)
The Clarets need an upturn in form to happen again. They have lost their last three now in the league after going down 4-2 at Anfield against Liverpool last weekend. Back at Turf Moor they are W5 D2 L7 for the season and lost their last game there. That was a 1-3 defeat against Crystal Palace. The loss against the Eagles saw Burnley’s great home run of W3 D1 snapped. The Clarets are on a nine-match scoring streak at home in the league.
Of their home goals, 61% have been scored in the first period of games. They have only opened the scoring in six of their home games though. Three of their five wins on home soil have been by a one-goal margin. 64% of all games at Turf Moor this season have gone over 2.5 goals. Burnley have no clean sheet in four at home. Fulham are the only side with a worse defensive record than the Clarets.
There was a 0-0 draw when the two met earlier this season
Burnley have won their last two at home over the Foxes
Both teams have scored in one of the last six meetings
Things are even at two wins each and draw in the last five meetings
The Foxes took a 3-1 win over Fulham at home last weekend. That gave new boss Brendan Rodgers his first win with the club. Away from home, Leicester are W5 D3 L7 and their road form is not good at all. They have taken one point from their last four on the road. They conceded a total of ten goals in those four games as well. The Foxes have conceded an average of 1.5 goals per away game this season.
Leicester have scored an average of 1.3 goals per away game and they are on positive six-match scoring streak on their travels. It’s just that home and away, they have no clean sheet in nine. Of Leicester’s away goals, a high 84% of them have been after the halftime break. Just once have Leicester held a half time lead away from the King Power this season. They have actually been losing at the break in 8 of their 15 away games.
The Clarets need a big response to their form and the most likely place it is going to happen is at Turf Moor. Leicester are in poor shape away from home and Burnley can grab maximum points out of this.
15th March 2019 / lee - Category: Premiership Betting
Liverpool conceded top spot to Manchester City last weekend in the title race. It has been only two wins in their last six league games played now. Can they get three points at home against Burnley on Sunday? The Clarets have now suffered back-to-back defeats having had their good unbeaten beaten streak of form snapped. Read our Liverpool v Burnley betting tips for more.
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on March 8th, 2019 at 3:40 p.m.)
Liverpool have turned into a cautious and uninspiring away side since the turn of the New Year. Last weekend they played out a 0-0 draw against Everton in the Merseyside derby at Goodison Park. That is back-to-back 0-0 away draws that they have recorded now. But still, while they are just W2 L4 in their last six league games, they have some great home form still going for them.
The Reds have won nine of their last 10 league games at Anfield (D1) and their last two victories there have been with clean sheets. Home and away Liverpool have not conceded in any of their last four league fixtures. While the goals have dried up for them away from home they are still in fine scoring form at home.
Liverpool have scored at least three goals in six of their last seven league games at Anfield. In total they average 2.8 goals per home game, this season and they have conceded just seven at Anfield. 64% of league games Anfield this season have gone over 2.5 goals. In total there has been a clean sheet for the Reds in 64% of their home games.
Their overall home record for the season stands at W12 D2. Liverpool have also been leading at the halftime break in nine of their 14 home fixtures. There are undefeated all season on home soil, and they are on a 10 match scoring streak at Anfield. Home league games this season.
Liverpool were 3-1 winners at Turf Moor in December
The Reds have won their last two against Burnley
Last season’s corresponding fixture at Anfield ended in a 1-1 draw
Burnley have won one of their last nine against Liverpool in all competitions
Burnley have put together a great run of form, going unbeaten in 8 to pull themselves clear of relegation troubles. However, there are just been a bit of a reversal fortunes for them recently having lost their last two against Newcastle Crystal Palace. So their bubble has been burst and they need to dig in a little bit deeper right now.
The Clarets are W2 D2 L1 in their last five road fixtures in the Premier League. The last road trip went badly though as they suffered a 2-0 reverse at Newcastle. Burnley have an overall away record of W3 D4 L8 for the season.
Burnley have averaged under a goal per game away from home this season while they have conceded at 1.8 goals per game on average. 40% of the away goals that Burnley have been involved in this season have ended up over 3.5 goals. The Clarets have only picked up the two clean sheets away from home this season, both of those were 0-0 draws.
Five of the eight away defeats that Burnley have suffered this season have been by a two goal margin. The Clarets have been level at the halftime break in nine of their 15 away games. Burnley have not taken a clean sheet in any of their last six, home and away. They have conceded roughly two-thirds of their away goals in the second half of fixtures.
Liverpool should be able to express themselves more in this one at home than they were able to do so at Goodison Park last weekend. The Reds have tremendous home form and this could be a comfortable three points with a clean sheet for them.
8th March 2019 / lee - Category: Premiership Betting
Burnley had their great undefeated streak of form snapped on Tuesday night as they suffered a defeat against Newcastle. Will they be able to get themselves back together at Turf Moor this weekend when they play host to Crystal Palace? Read our Burnley v Crystal Palace betting tips for more.
Crystal Palace 13/8
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on February 27th, 2019 at 6:06 p.m.)
Burnley took a 2-0 defeat at Newcastle on Tuesday night which snapped a seven-match undefeated streak of form that they were on (W4 L3). But still their good home form survives and they are undefeated in their last four top-flight games at Turf Moor. The Clarets have won three of their last four on home soil.
Their overall form for the season is W5 D2 L6 on home soil and four of those five victories have appeared in their last six home matches. So they do have good home form going for themselves. Burnley have produced 17 goals in their 13 league home games this season which isn’t high, but 62% of all games at Turf Moor have ended up over 2.5 goals.
Burnley do have just the one clean sheet in their last five at Turf Moor. The Clarets have averaged 1.8 goals per game against them at home this season. Three of the five home wins Burnley have recorded have been by the one-goal margin only.
They have scored in each of their last eight league home games and 65% of their home goals this season have been netted in the first period of fixtures. It has been getting better for them but still, there are only four sides in the division who have a worse home record then Burnley have.
Crystal Palace were 2-0 home winners over Burnley back in December.
The Eagles have won the last two league meetings with Burnley
Burnley have won their last two though at home against Palace in the top flight
Both teams have scored in just two of the last eight meetings
Crystal Palace earned a big win in their last away game, a 4-1 success out at Leicester last weekend. That leaves them with some very decent away form as they have won two of their last four away from Selhurst Park (D1 L1).
They have looked much more competitive lately and overall this season they have produced an away record of W5 D2 L7. That is better than what they have produced on home soil this season in the top flight.
The Eagles have returned 22 goals on their travels, conceding 23 of them. 57% of their road games have gone over 2.5 goals. They have won three of their last five on the road (D1 L1) so they have the means to make a nuisance of themselves.
Palace have a clean sheet in 29% of their road games. Crystal Palace have scored in each of their last seven on the road, but don’t have a clean sheet in three. 64% of their away goals have been scored in the second half of matches. They have conceded 74% of their away goals after the halftime break.
Burnley are in good shape at home and Palace have done well on the road recently. We can only lean towards a share of the spoils in this one. The draw in the match outright has the most appeal in what should be an even contest.
28th February 2019 / lee - Category: Premiership Betting
The Magpies did the job at home against bottom side Huddersfield on the weekend to bolster their chances of staying up. They may get a trickier challenge here against the in-form Burnley who sprung a surprise win over Spurs on the weekend. Read our Newcastle v Burnley betting tips for more.
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on February 24th, 2019 at 7:43 p.m.)
Newcastle produced a 2-0 home win over Huddersfield on the weekend. There has been a big improvement in their form as they are now W3 D1 L1 in their last five top-flight games played. They have put together a three-match winning streak at home as well, scoring at least two goals in each of those victories. Their win on the weekend leaves them at W5 D1 L8 on home soil this season. The Magpies have only produced the 14 home goals this season.
None of their home games have made it over 3.5 goals. Newcastle have taken three clean sheets in their last five league games at St James’ Park. They tallied a clean sheet in 29% of their home games. Of the home goals that they have produced 64% of them after the half time break in games. Bottom side Huddersfield are the only side in the division to have scored fewer league goals than Newcastle have.
Newcastle collected a 2-1 away win at Burnley earlier this season
Three of the last five meetings have ended in a draw
Newcastle are undefeated in their last five at home against Burnley
Both teams have scored in four of the last five meetings
Burnley produced a fantastic three points at Turf Moor on the weekend. They collected 2-1 win over the in-form Spurs. Burnley are in great form themselves though as they have strung together an eight-match undefeated streak of form in the top flight (W5 D3). They have won their last two. This positive run has been put together even though they have taken just the one clean sheet in their last seven.
Their away record is not that hot as they have won only three times on their travels. Their overall away record is W3 D4 L7. The Clarets are undefeated in their last four on the road (W2 D2) so putting that together, it’s all pretty decent from them. Burnley have scored an average of exactly a goal per game this season away from Turf Moor.
Newcastle’s home form is good enough at the moment to stand up to the challenge of the in-form Burnley. The draw in the match outright looks a good proposition.
25th February 2019 / lee - Category: Premiership Betting