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          Liverpool To Win Both Halves

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          Liverpool vs Burnley: Betting Tips, Match Prediction & Preview

          Liverpool welcome relegation-battling Burnley to Anfield as they look to extend their lead at the top of the Premier League table over Manchester City and Arsenal.

          • Date: 10/02/24
          • Kick-off time: 15:00
          • Venue: Anfield

          After last weekend’s disappointing 3-1 loss at the Emirates against Arsenal, Liverpool will be hoping to get back to winning ways as they take on Burnley at home.

          The defeat to their title rivals meant that their lead at the top is back to just two points over the Gunners, with Man City within touching distance as well, who also have a game in hand. This will certainly be a must-win for Jurgen Klopp’s side, in order to maintain or extend their advantage at the top.

          This was just Liverpool’s second defeat of the Premier League season, following their first away at Tottenham at the end of September.

          Burnley are in a fight for survival, as they face the prospect of an immediate return to the Championship. They currently sit in 19th, seven points from safety, and only three points above bottom place Sheffield United.

          Vincent Kompany’s side will have a hard time keeping Liverpool’s attack quiet, as their 47 goals conceded is the second worst in the league. The Reds have scored more goals than anyone else in the division with 52. They will still be missing Mo Salah, but the likes of Diogo Jota, Darwin Nunez and Luis Diaz should have more than enough to share the load. The trio have scored a combined 19 Premier League goals this season.

          These two sides have met 17 times since Burnley were first promoted to the Premier League in 2009. It is a fixture that has been largely dominated by Liverpool, with them winning on 13 occasions and losing just twice. They are currently on a four-game winning streak against the Clarets, scoring eight goals in this stretch and conceding zero. Burnley’s last win against Liverpool came in January 2021, when an 83rd-minute Ashley Barnes penalty won his side all three points in a behind-closed-doors clash at Anfield.

          The return fixture earlier this season finished in favour of the Reds, as Darwin Nunez and Diogo Jota found the back of the net in a 2-0 win at Turf Moor on Boxing Day.

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          Over 2.5 Goals

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          Liverpool To Win

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          Team News

          Liverpool Team News

          Thiago Alcantara made his long-awaited return from injury in the defeat against Arsenal. Mo Salah is still absent with a hamstring injury suffered at the Africa Cup of Nations. Wataru Endo should be back following Japan’s elimination from the Asia Cup. Dominik Szoboszlai missed the game against Arsenal so his availability for this weekend is in question.

          Burnley Team News

          Burnley have a couple of long-term injuries in Nathan Redmond and Luca Koleosho, but have no fresh concerns or absentees ahead of the weekend.

          Form Guide (Last Five Games)

          Liverpool Form Guide:

          In their last five games, Liverpool have won three, drawn one and lost one. Their most recent game was the huge top-of-the-table clash with Arsenal, which they lost 3-1. Bukayo Saka opened the scoring, before a Gabriel own goal levelled the score just before the break. The Gunners retook the lead after a defensive mishap between Virgil van Dijk and Alisson, and then Leandro Trossard sealed the win in stoppage time. This defeat is just the second of the campaign for the Reds.

          They began this stretch of games with a dominant 4-0 win at Bournemouth, an impressive result given the form of their hosts. A pair of braces from Darwin Nunez and Diogo Jota proved the difference.

          A 1-1 draw in the second leg of the Carabao Cup semi-finals at Fulham was enough to book the Reds’ place in the Wembley final, following their 2-1 victory in the return tie. Success in the cup continued as they faced Norwich in the fourth round of the FA Cup. They thrashed their Championship opponents 5-2 with goals from Curtis Jones, Nunez, Jota, Virgil van Dijk and Ryan Gravenberch.

          Chelsea were the next visitors to Anfield and were on the end of a resounding 4-1 result. It was a special night for Liverpool as it was the first league game since Jurgen Klopp had announced his upcoming departure, and it also saw a very first goal for academy graduate Conor Bradley, who scored the second just before the break. Jota, Dominik Szoboszlai and Luis Diaz were also on the scoresheet.

          Burnley Form Guide:

          In their last five games, Burnley have lost two and drawn three. Vincent Kompany’s side have really struggled as of late and haven’t won a game since before Christmas. However, their last game saw them pick up a precious point at home to Fulham, as they rallied from 2-0 down to salvage a draw. Fulham had raced into an early two-goal lead after 20 minutes, and were on their way to a comfortable victory. But the introduction of new loanee David Datro Fofana changed the game, as his brace, which included a 91st-minute equaliser, got his Burnley career off to the perfect start.

          It was a good reaction after their midweek disappointment at Manchester City, in which they lost 3-1 in Kompany’s return to the Etihad. They preceded this with a 1-1 draw to fellow relegation battlers Luton at Turf Moor. Despite the point, it was a heartbreaking result, as the visitors denied them of all three points with a Carlton Morris goal in the second minute of second-half stoppage time.

          This stretch of games also included an early exit from the FA Cup, as a 1-0 defeat at Tottenham meant their journey ended at the first hurdle. They were handed another devastating defeat the week prior as they conceded another late goal, losing 3-2 at Aston Villa. This time it was an 89th minute Douglas Luiz penalty which saw them go behind for the third time in that game. They had played the majority of the second half with ten men after Sander Berge saw red.

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