Burnley vs Everton – Premier League : Burnley and Everton will have an interesting duel in the Premier League this Saturday, on a match of the Premier League’s 29th round.
We’re talking about the leader and the 3rd place of the Premier League. Yes, I’m not mistaken. I’ll explain:
with the exception of the usual giants of the Premier League, Burnley is the best team in the Premier League and Everton is the 3rd best. In reality, we are talking about the 7th and the 9th place of the competition.
Burnley started off as the big surprise of the season and even being on a poor moment of form (not winning a match for 12 matches), they are still occupying a great position on the league table and making a great campaign.
I’m not really sure if it is fair to say that we expected more from Everton. The club spent all its money from Lukaku in signings but this season, they won’t even get near to the continental competitions.
Latest results – Burnley FC:
24.02.2018 PR Burnley FC 1-1 Southampton
10.02.2018 PR Swansea City 1-0 Burnley FC
03.02.2018 PR Burnley FC 1-1 Manchester City
31.01.2018 PR Newcastle Utd 1-1 Burnley FC
20.01.2018 PR Burnley FC 0-1 Manchester United
13.01.2018 PR Crystal Palace 1-0 Burnley FC
Latest results – Everton FC:
24.02.2018 PR Watford FC 1-0 Everton FC
10.02.2018 PR Everton FC 3-1 Crystal Palace
03.02.2018 PR Arsenal 5-1 Everton FC
31.01.2018 PR Everton FC 2-1 Leicester City
20.01.2018 PR Everton FC 1-1 West Bromwich
13.01.2018 PR Tottenham 4-0 Everton FC
Once again, we have Burnley being the underdogs at home. Of course that, on paper, a team like Everton deserves respect, due to the quality of the players they signed this season.
But the team ended up not delivering with the performances that were expected from them, despite the improvement shown on the last couple of rounds.
Burnley vs Everton – Betting Tip and Prediction:
Burnley’s winless streak really seems scary, but they deserve the remark that they’ve gotten some important results, like the draw against Manchester City.
This is a close match, but I’m going with Burnley once again, protecting the draw, due to the home advantage and because I don’t believe that the level the team has been playing on is really as bad as their negative streak suggests.
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