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Burnley vs Leeds: Predictions
Sean Dyche’s side have hit a rich vein of form at the right time in the season. The Clarets ended Fulham’s hopes of Premier League survival on Monday night with a 2-0 away win at Turf Moor which also secured their spot in the top flight for another year.
Saturday’s visitors will bounce into the game in Lancashire on the back of a stunning 3-1 win against Tottenham Hotspur last weekend. Marcelo Bielsa’s side have exceeded expectations this season and find themselves chasing a top-half finish which is certainly on the cards for the Yorkshire side with just three Premier League games remaining of the campaign.
With Burnley now mathematically safe from the drop, Dyche will be hoping his side can continue their promising recent form to end the season on a high against a Leeds side which will be all out to finish in the top half of the table.
Over the last eight games, we have seen a different side to Leeds in which they have been able to tighten up in defence. In only one of those eight games has Bielsa’s side conceded more than one goal, which came in a 2-0 defeat against Brighton & Hove Albion. Five of those games have come against the ‘big six’ in which the Whites only conceded three goals.
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Burnley vs Leeds: Match Stats
The Clarets’ recent has coincided with striker Chris Wood’s incredible upturn in form which has seen the 29-year-old net eight goals in his last eight Premier League games. The striker has also turned provider grabbing three assists in the same time frame. In those previous eight games, Burnley have only lost two in which the striker has found the back of the net.
Patrick Bamford has enjoyed his first season back in the top flight with the English striker finding the back of the net 15 goals. Despite being on somewhat of a goal drought by the standards he set at the beginning of the season, Bamford got back on track last weekend with a goal against Spurs and will be hoping to add to his tally against an unpredictable Burnley defence.