Burnley suffered their fourth straight Premier League defeat against Man City on Saturday and find themselves four points behind opponents Everton and Premier League survival.
The Clarets have struggled for goals in 2022, failing to score in seven of their 12 games so far this year, netting just seven goals in total – the joint fewest in the Premier League.
Everton meanwhile, have had a nightmare on the road under both Rafa Benitez and Frank Lampard, taking just six points from a possible 42 and are the only side in 2022 not to pick up a single away point.
The Toffees have also been reduced to 10-men in each of their last three league games, with Jonjoe Kenny, Allan and Michael Keane all seeing red. No side has ever seen a player sent off in four consecutive Premier League matches.
Sean Dyche’s side will be looking to record a fifth home Premier League win against Everton, a club best and in doing so pull their opponents one step close to relegation.
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Burnley vs Everton: Match Stats
Maxwel Cornet (6) has found the net more times than any other Burnley player in the Premier League this season, despite only starting 14 games. The Ivorian’s six goals have come from just 14 shots on target, with 50% of his goals coming from outside the box.
Everton have picked up more red cards than any other Premier League side in 2021/22 (4), with three of them coming in the Toffees’ last three games. Frank Lampard’s side have failed to score more than one goal in each of their last 12 away games in the competition, losing 10.