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Burnley vs Bournemouth Prediction And Betting Tips

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            Burnley vs Bournemouth: Betting Tips, Match Prediction & Preview

            Bournemouth make the trip to Turf Moor to take on Burnley in the early kickoff on Sunday in the Premier League. The Clarets are desperate for a win to try and reel in Luton and Everton, whereas Bournemouth look to put another three points between them and the relegation zone.

            • Bournemouth to win @ 19/20 on William Hill
            • Only one team to score @ 6/5 on Paddy Power
            • Over 1.5 goals @ 1/4 on William Hill

            These odds are correct at the time of publication and are subject to change.

            The bottom half of the table is getting tight, with both sides this weekend needing a win to get themselves either closer to the top half of the table or out of the relegation zone.

            Burnley currently sit 19th in the Premier League after 26 games. The Clarets have three wins, four draws and 19 losses, leaving Burnley on 13 points, eight points from safety.

            The Clarets have struggled at both ends of the pitch. In 26 games, Burnley have scored just 25 goals. At the other end of the pitch, The Clarets have conceded 58 goals and have kept just two clean sheets.

            Bournemouth sit just above Burnley in 14th in the Premier League. In 25 games, Bournemouth have seven wins, seven draws and 11 losses which leaves them on 28 points, eight points from the top half of the table and eight points from the relegation zone.

            The Cherries have scored just 33 goals in 25 games despite their top scorer, Dominic Solanke having 14 goals, the third most in the league. Defensively, Bournemouth have also struggled, conceding 47 goals and keeping five clean sheets.

            Burnley and Bournemouth have met 35 times in their histories, with the first meeting coming back in 1961. The Clarets have the better record in the fixture with 16 wins, double the amount of wins for Bournemouth in the fixture, The Cherries winning just eight times. A draw is also more common than a Bournemouth win, happening on 11 occasions.

            In the last five games in the fixture, there have been three Burnley wins and two Bournemouth wins. Along with this, in the last five games, both teams have been on the scoresheet only twice.

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            Team News

            Burnley Team News

            Vincent Kompany will be without Aaron Ramsey, Nathan Redmond, Lyle Foster, Luca Koleosho and Jordan Beyer this weekend. Josh Brownhill will also be unavailable after his red card against Crystal Palace.

            Bournemouth Team News

            Andoni Iraola will be missing Ryan Fredericks, James Hill and Max Aarons. However, Romain Faivre, Tyler Adams and Philip Billing could all return.

            Recent Form

            In their last five games in all competitions, Burnley have one draw and four losses.

            The trip to the Etihad saw Ammen Al-Dakhil grab a 93rd-minute consolation goal for Burnley as a brace from Julian Alvarez and a goal from Rodri gave Manchester City the 3 - 1 win.

            The next time out saw Fulham take a 2 - 0 lead into halftime through goals from Joao Palhinha and Rodrigo Muniz. However, David Datro Fofana got on the scoresheet with 20 minutes to go and his second goal in the 91st minute grabbed an important 2 - 2 draw for Burnley.

            Diogo Jota opened the scoring for Liverpool just after the 30-minute mark but a goal from Dara O’Shea made it level at halftime. However, Luis Diaz regained the lead early in the second half and a goal from Darwin Nunez secured the 3 - 1 win for Liverpool.

            A goal from Martin Odegaard gave Arsenal the lead in the fourth minute and a penalty from Bukayo Saka gave The Gunners the 2 - 0 lead at halftime. Burnley failed to register a single shot on target as Saka grabbed another goal and was joined on the scoresheet by Leandro Trossard and Kai Havertz in the 5 - 0 win for Arsenal.

            The last time out for Burnley was against Crystal Palace. The early red card to Brownhill opened the floodgates for Burnley as goals from Chris Richard and Jordan Ayew along with a penalty from Jean-Philippe Mateta gave Crystal Palace the 3 - 0 win.

            In their last six games in all competitions, Bournemouth have three draws and three losses.

            Solanke gave The Cherries the lead in the third minute at the London Stadium. However, James Ward-Prowse converted his penalty in the second half to grab a 1 - 1 draw for West Ham.

            It was another 1 - 1 draw for Bournemouth the next time out, this time against Nottingham Forest. The Cherries took another early lead, in the fifth minute through Justin Kluivert. Callum Hudson-Odoi levelled the game on the stroke of halftime for Forest and even with the red card to Billing, The Cherries held on for the 1 - 1 draw.

            The trip to Craven Cottage saw Bobby De Cordova-Reid give Fulham the lead in the sixth minute and Muiz scored to give Fulham the 2 - 0 lead at halftime. Marcos Senesi got Bournemouth on the scoresheet early in the second half but another goal from Muniz secured the 3 - 1 win for Fulham.

            After a goalless first half, Solanke opened the scoring for Bournemouth but a penalty from Anthony Gordan equalised for Newcastle. Antoine Semenyo regained the lead for The Cherries but a goal from Matt Ritchie in the 92nd minute to force the 2 - 2 draw.

            The most recent league outing for Bournemouth was a visit from current champions Manchester City. Phil Foden scored the only goal of the game in the 24th minute to give City the 1 - 0 win.

            On Tuesday night, the Cherries missed out on the chance to progress through to the FA Cup quarter-final as they suffered a 1-0 home defeat to Leicester City.

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            Where to watch Burnley vs Bournemouth

            Burnley vs Bournemouth will be broadcasted on Sky Sports Premier League and can also be followed via radio on BBC Five Live or TalkSport.