The opening match of the Premier League weekend is Burnley Vs Everton (5/12/20), here we bring you the latest betting odds, and top prediction in our match preview.
- Burnley Vs Everton is the opening fixture of Matchweek 11 in the English Premier League
- The match is at Burnley’s Turf Moor stadium. Kick-off is at 12.30pm, and is live on BT Sports.
- In the Premier League table, Burnley sit 19th on 5 points. They have only played 9 matches, giving them a game in had over their rivals.
- Everton are in 8th position. They have 16 points from 10 matches played.
- Burnley’s form guide reads LWDLL (most recent first), with the Clarets getting a 5-0 thrashing away at Man City last Saturday.
- After a decent start to the season, Everton’s form guide is LWLLL. Their only win in the last 5, was a 3-2 victory away at Fulham, and it’s fair to say that match could have ended differently.
- In team news, Burnley have goalkeeper Nick Pope and midfielder Josh Brownhill available again.
- Everton have a full squad with the exceptions of Seamus Coleman and Lucas Digne, who are two pretty important players in the Toffees’ set up.
- In Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Everton have the Premier League’s top goalscorer, with 10 goals to his name this season. Contrast that against Burnley, who have only scored 4 goals all season.
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- Everton are the bookmaker’s favourites to win in 90 minutes betting. You can find more free football betting tips here.
Burnley Vs Everton Odds
- Burnley 16/5 – The Draw 13/5 – Everton 10/11
- Over 2.5 Goals 10/11 – Under 2.5 Goals 9/10
- Over 3.5 Goals 13/5 – Under 3.5 Goals 1/3
- Both Teams To Score – Yes 5/6 – No Evs
Burnley Vs Everton Prediction 5/12/20
Bizarrely, Burnley are doing better than Everton across the last 5 matches form guide.
The Clarets have 1 win, 1 draw, and 3 defeats. Everton have 4 defeats, and just 1 win.
This should make tipping Everton to win very difficult. But Burnley are equally uninspiring.
With this in mind, I feel the only option here is to go with Under 2.5 Goals at 9/10.
Would anybody really be surprised to see a boring tight affair here? A match decided by the odd goal, or even a 0-0 draw.
I have to admit, I’m surprised that Under 2.5 Goals isn’t shorter.