Burnley v Brighton
Saturday 6th February, kickoff 15:00
Live on Sky Sports Premier League and Main Event
Up and down for Clarets
The Clarets dropped to sixteenth following present 2-0 loss to in-form Manchester City, making the club eight points over the relegation zone – but Burnley fans knew their dreadful record to their fate beforehand against any of the “Big Six”. Their record for that now stands at 1-27.
It’s slightly up and down at the moment for Sean Dyche, as the 3-2 Turf Moor victory against Aston Villa was their third win in the space of seven days. A strange game to boot; as Villa had the chances to kill the match off within the first-half, while Burnley enhanced their mindset and quality within the 2nd.
Nick Pope had a marvelous 90 moments too with a few stops that are key.
Albion on the charge following big wins
I picked a bad time to go against Brighton in the fixture v Tottenham. I cited value that is bad for the Seagulls whom, in my own view, are a bit overrated when it comes to cost against games won.
Lo and behold then, they remove victories against the north Londoners and Liverpool. Perhaps not a return that is bad.
Their night success at Anfield was a perfect
Brighton performance wednesday. Disciplined and controlled was how the BBC described it, while Graham Potter praised his team’s courage, quality and togetherness. That’s now
four consecutive sheets that are clean*) for Potter and so they restricted the Premier League champions to simply one shot on target at Anfield. Exactly what a team that is good are.This is a very difficult one as once again we are presented with a Brighton price that looks perhaps a bit too short. The counter-argument is they could be value that is good their current two victories against better edges, however the 2.35/4
simply appears a skinny that is little.
I recognise Potter’s men are better on the road with a large chunk of their points collected away from the Amex, but in the long run, I don’t think backing Brighton at around 6/4 every game away is a tactic that is good. I that can match the Draw outright at 3.259/4
Burnley might find this game as more practical with the opportunity for a spot, and Brighton have actually drawn nine of the 22 matches this term. It’s certainly well worth maintaining an optical eye on the team news for the hosts as both Chris Wood and Ashley Barnes both missed the Manchester City game – and the pair are key men for Dyche.
Brighton’s forte is the sheet that is clean*)This match definitely screams Under 2.5 all of the method. Brighton’s four consecutive clean sheets is not any feat that is mean all considering they’ve also faced Leeds in that run. Therefore the 1.68/13 price is hardly the shock of a lifetime. Them the lowest scorers in the division if we marry that to
Burnley’s 13 goals this term in the top flight – a total that makes. The Villa outcome is a little bit of a curveball aided by the below market in your mind, as formerly Burnley had scored simply
five times in eight house matches
. (*)Playing the Draw while the below 2.5 in the Game that is same Multi away 3.24 on the Sportsbook. (*)