Premier League action on Saturday as Burnley and Norwich meet at Turf Moor – 4:00pm GMT.
Saturday’s clash at Turf Moor- sees twentieth placed Norwich, travel to nineteenth-placed Burnley in the Premier League.
Struggling Burnley, welcome fancied Norwich City this Saturday
Only a positive result will be acceptable for Sean Dyche’s Burnley, having drawn away to Leicester City, which itself followed a loss to Arsenal. A win would go some way to restoring the team’s confidence.
When you suffer four defeats in the last six games, it should come as no surprise that your team is very much struggling at the bottom of the League. But that is the situation that Burnley find themselves in. With two points, they are established in nineteenth in the League drawn two games and lost four fixtures.
Burnley have drawn one game and lost two matches of their three League matches at home this season.
Winning this fixture will see Burnley on 5 points.
Going into Saturday’s game, Sean Dyche without six of his players, due to illness or injury.
Norwich City under pressure for a result as they go to fancied Burnley on Saturday
Daniel Farke will have impressed upon his team the importance of getting a positive result out of this game, following two successive defeats. First it was Watford and then Everton, however this is something that their opponents will be aware of going into this fixture.
lost six fixtures.
Playing away from home, Norwich have lost three games.
A win in this fixture would take Norwich City’s points to 3 in the League.
Norwich are no strangers this season to illness and injury and Daniel Farke is concerned that Saturday’s fixture could see him without five of his key players
Burnley v Norwich City – Head-to-Head.
When these two sides meet, a draw is never usually the expected outcome. In the past 22 matches, Burnley have won 11 victories and Norwich eight wins. Their most recent encounter in this competition was July 2020 and the score line ended up with a 0-2 away win for The Clarets. In their previous clashes, both sides got on the scoresheet and it’s rated at 58.14% that they both find the back of the net once again on Saturday.
Burnley to win – odds are 54.05 percent in favour.