Both sides have been in decent form although last time out Burnley were edged by Man City 1-0, while Everton were held by Palace. Form Labs bring you another betting preview and tips for the Friday night Premier League clash while we bring you plenty of value with our enhanced odds that can be found in our FanBoosts section.
It was an unfortunate afternoon for Burnley as they succumbed to the league leaders Man City in the 63rd minute through the tightest of margins.
That was the Clarets’ first defeat in five outings, having beaten Wolves (H), Bournemouth (A) and Cardiff (H), whilst drawing with Chelsea (A), as they’ve secured their Premier League status for another season.
Meanwhile, Everton failed to make their chances count at Selhurst Park with 64% possession and 22-8 shots in their favour, with Jordan Pickford a virtual spectator without on shot on target to save, leaving them with four wins from their last six outings.
In fact, the Toffees have won three of their last four unbeaten matches at Goodison Park – against Man Utd, Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool – as only their neighbours could salvage a point, whilst they kept clean sheets in each of them.
Everton v Burnley Betting Tips
The top half of the table have spilt from the bottom as those lying between 7th-10th are chasing the likely final Europa League spot.
Sean Dyche’s charges haven’t had a whole lot of luck against those sides, going W1-D2-L4 this term, including a 5-1 defeat to the Toffees at Turf Moor, as they’ve failed to score in the three such road games.
By contrast, Marco Silva’s men have won five of their last six unbeaten outings hosting bottom-half teams, conceding a total of just two goals.
The visitors don’t have anything to play for in this encounter and although that didn’t stop them playing their hearts out last weekend, having a say in the title race was probably enough motivation.
Indeed, this fixture is of less importance and given they’ve won only four of their 23 road trips in all competitions this season – against Cardiff, Huddersfield, Brighton and Bournemouth – it’s highly unlikely they’ll cause an upset.
For all their effort against City, they only managed two shots, and none on target, while no team in the league has had fewer shots than them away from home this season (144), so the home win to nil looks appealing.
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