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        Burnley vs Brentford Prediction & Betting Tips

        Burnley welcome Brentford to Turf Moor this Saturday in the Premier League. Both sides sit in the bottom half of the table and find themselves embroiled in the relegation battle.

        Date: 16/03/2024

        Kick-off time: 15:00

        Location: Turf Moor

        The bottom six are separated by just 15 points, with all potential candidates for relegation. Brentford, with a win, could find themselves eight points clear, whereas Burnley are looking to close in on Luton who are also in the relegation zone.

        Burnley currently sit 19th in the Premier League after 28 games. The Clarets have three wins, five draws and 20 losses, leaving them on 14 points, ten points from safety.

        The Clarets have struggled in front of goal this season, scoring just 25 goals in 28 games, an average of just 0.93 goals a game. Burnley have been even worse defensively, conceding 60 goals and keeping just two clean sheets.

        Brentford sit just above Burnley in 15th in the Premier League. In 28 games, The Bees have seven wins, five draws and 16 losses which leaves them on 26 points, five points above the relegation zone.

        The Bees have outperformed their league position attacking-wise this season. In 28 games, Brentford have scored 40 goals giving them an average of 1.43 goals a game. However, at the other end of the pitch, Brentford have struggled, conceding 52 goals and keeping four clean sheets.

        Burnley and Brentford have met 33 times in their histories, with the first meeting coming back in 1933. Burnley have a marginally better record in the fixture with 13 wins in comparison to Brentford’s ten wins. In fact, there have been just as many draws as Brentford wins, points being shared on ten occasions.

        The last five games in this fixture there have been three Burnley wins and two Brentford wins. However, those two Brentford wins came in the most recent meetings. Along with this, three of the last five games have seen at least three goals a game.

        Brentford to win @ EVS on William Hill

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        Brentford to win @ 1/1

        Both teams to score @ 4/7 on Paddy Power

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        Both teams to score @ 4/7

        Over 2.5 goals @ 7/10 on William Hill

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        Over 2.5 goals @ 7/10

        Team News

        Burnley Team News

        Vincent Kompany will be without Aaron Ramsey, Nathan Redmond, Lyle Foster, Luca Koleosho and Jordan Beyer this weekend.

        Brentford Team News

        Thomas Frank will be missing the likes of Josh Dasilva, Rico Henry, Ben Mee, Aaron Hickey, Kevin Schade, Ethan Pinnock, Bryan Mbeumo and Christian Norgaard this weekend. However, Sergio Reguilon could return from his thigh injury.

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

        The trip to Anfield saw Diogo Jota give Liverpool the lead, but Burnley were level at halftime thanks to a goal from Dara O’Shea. However, in the second half Luis Diaz and Darwin Nunez both scored to give Liverpool the 3 - 1 win, with Burnley having just 29% of the possession.

        The visit from Arsenal was an afternoon to forget for Burnley. Martin Odegaard opened the scoring for Arsenal in the fourth minute and Bukayo Saka’s penalty doubled Arsenal’s lead before halftime. Saka completed his brace two minutes into the second half and was joined on the scoresheet by Leandro Trossard and Kai Havertz to give Arsenal the 5 - 0 win.

        Despite the early red card to Josh Brownhill, Burnley held off Crystal Palace until halftime. Goals from Chris Richards, Jordan Ayew and Jean-Philippe Mateta in the second half gave Crystal Palace the 3 - 0 win.

        The Clarets had 75% of the possession and 20 shots, but goals from Justin Kluivert and Antoine Semenyo gave Bournemouth the 2 - 0 win from three shots on target.

        The last time out for Burnley was against West Ham. David Datro Fofana gave Burnley the lead in the 11th minute and an own goal from Konstantinos Mavropanos gave Burnley the 2 - 0 lead at halftime. Lucas Paqueta got West Ham in the game a minute into the second half and a 91st minute goal from Danny Ings grabbed the 2 - 2 draw for West Ham.

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

        A goal from Nunez gave Liverpool the 1 - 0 lead at halftime but goals from Alexis Mac Allister and Mo Salah increased Liverpool’s lead to 3 - 0 with 20 minutes to go. Ivan Toney did get on the scoresheet, but a late goal from Cody Gakpo secured the 4 - 1 win for Liverpool.

        It was another clash against a top-of-the-table side when Brentford made the trip to the Etihad. Erling Haaland scored the only goal of the game in the 71st minute to give Manchester City the 1 - 0 win.

        Jarrod Bowen scored twice before the ten-minute mark to give West Ham the 2 - 0 lead, but Neal Maupay was able to get The Bees on the scoresheet before halftime. However, Bowen completed his hat-trick just after an hour and was joined on the scoresheet by Emerson Palmieri. Yoane Wiss did also score for Brentford, but West Ham bagged the 4 - 2 win.

        A West London derby saw Brentford host Chelsea. The Blues had the lead at halftime thanks to a goal from Nicolas Jackson but Mads Roerselv equalised within five minutes of the second half. An impressive goal from Wissa gave The Bees the lead but a late goal from Axel Disasi grabbed the 2 - 2 draw for Chelsea.

        The most recent outing for Brentford was against Arsenal. Declan Rice gave Arsenal the early lead but Wissa equalised for Brentford in the first half added time. However, an 86th-minute goal from Havertz gave Arsenal the 2 - 1 win.

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        Where to watch

        Burnley vs Brentford will not be broadcasted in the U.K. due to television laws but the game can be followed on the radio on BBC Five Live and TalkSport.