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Burnley vs West Brom: Predictions
Despite a 1-1 draw with Manchester United last time out, the Baggies haven’t improved at all under Sam Allardyce, with the Midlands club taking just six points from his 11 Premier League games in charge. As a result, West Brom remain 19th in the table, 12 points adrift of Newcastle in 17th. If Allardyce is to perform another survival miracle, he must now start picking up wins.
But travelling to Burnley will be no easy feat. The Clarets are unbeaten in their last two games against West Brom, while they’ve also taken five points from their last three Premier League games, beating Crystal Palace 3-0 between 1-1 draws with Brighton and Fulham. Sean Dyche’s men are only eight points adrift of the relegation zone themselves so will be keen to pick up another result here to take a huge step toward sealing their top-flight status for another season.
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Burnley vs West Brom: Match Stats
Burnley have won just one of their seven Premier League meetings with West Brom (D3 L3), winning 2-1 at the Hawthorns in March 2018. However, they added a 0-0 draw to that win the last time these two met, making it two without defeat against the Baggies.
West Brom have won just two of their 24 Premier League games this season (W2 D7 L15) – eight of the 10 previous sides with two or fewer wins at this stage of a Premier League campaign were eventually relegated, with West Brom in 2004-05 one of the teams to escape relegation (also Fulham in 2007-08).
Only Sheffield Utd (15) have scored fewer Premier League goals than Burnley (18) and West Brom (19) this season.
West Brom have recorded just two clean sheets from their 24 Premier League games this season – their lowest tally at this stage of a league campaign since 2010-11 (1).
Only Pierre-Emile Højbjerg (107) has made more than Conor Gallagher’s 101 tackles in the Premier League this season.
Burnley’s recent record against West Brom doesn’t make for good reading, with just one win in their last seven meetings with the Baggies, although they are unbeaten in their last two, taking four points during that time.