Burnley vs Crystal Palace: Betting tips, predictions, odds & match preview
Winless Burnley welcome an in-form Crystal Palace to the Turf Moor in the Premier League on Monday night.
Burnley vs Crystal Palace: Predictions
It has been a frustrating start to the Premier League season for Sean Dyche, who is yet to taste victory, but he will be hoping to follow up from a 1-0 win over Crystal Palace in June with a second straight victory for Burnley against the Londoners.
The Clarets currently find themselves languishing in the bottom three with just two points to show from their first seven games, including a goalless statement on their travels just before the international break, drawing 0-0 at Brighton.
Crystal Palace on the other hand have been in exuberant form under the evergreen Roy Hodgson, recently thrashing Leeds 4-1 to consolidate their standing in the top half of the table, with four wins from their opening eight games.
The Eagles have a tendency to get complacent following a big result and Burnley will be hoping to capitalise on that shortcoming when they welcome the south London club to Lancashire on Monday.
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Burnley vs Crystal Palace: Match Stats
Wilfried Zaha has been in electric form this season, picking up from where he left off in the 2018/19 season, which generated plenty of hype and talk of a move away from Selhurst Park. However, last season his form endured a tailspin, but he has since regained impetus this time round, with seven goal involvements in his eight Premier League games (five goals, two assists), which is as many as he managed in 38 games in the competition last season (four goals, three assists).
The Ivorian may well find his name on the scoresheet, but the prospect of a goalfest this weekend at Turf Moor is slim to say the least. The Clarets have netted just three goals this season, the fewest of any club, while they have also conceded only 12, as many as Palace, and the least of any club from 13th downwards, including Man Utd.
Burnley vs Crystal Palace: Squawka Says
Scoreline prediction: Burnley 1-1 Crystal Palace
Burnley vs Crystal Palace: Head to Head
29 June 2020 – Crystal Palace 0-1 Burnley – Premier League
30 November 2019 – Burnley 0-2 Crystal Palace – Premier League
02 March 2019 – Burnley 1-3 Crystal Palace – Premier League
01 December 2018 – Crystal Palace 2-0 Burnley – Premier League
13 January 2018 – Crystal Palace 1-0 Burnley – Premier League
As mentioned, Burnley secured a 1-0 win over Palace back in June, which ended a run of four consecutive defeats at the hands of the capital club. You would have to go back to September 2017 for the last time Burnley beat Palace on home soil, which came courtesy of a 1-0 win from a third-minute Chris Wood goal.