Liverpool vs Burnley Prediction: Premier League Match on 10.02.2024
Burnley will be massive outsiders in the betting this weekend, as they chase just a fourth victory of the season. A gap of seven points has now been opened up between themselves and 17th placed Luton, meaning that the Clarets will likely need to string together a run of victories soon if they are to have any chance of remaining in the top flight.
Burnley’s record at Anfield is interesting, but it is incredibly hard to make a case for the Clarets based on their recent performances in the league. Therefore, we fully expect the Reds to win by at least a three-goal margin on Saturday.
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Liverpool could find themselves sitting second in the Premier League standings by the time that they take to the field against Burnley this weekend after their healthy advantage was wiped away last weekend. However, they will be heavily favoured to get back on track against relegation-threatened Burnley at Anfield.
Liverpool vs Burnley Head to Head
Interestingly, both of the defeats that Liverpool have suffered this term have come away from home in North London, with their first defeat this season coming at Tottenham. Liverpool shot themselves in the foot defensively last weekend, with Virgil van Dijk and Alisson at fault for the second and third goals scored by Arsenal.
Liverpool vs Burnley Prediction
The Clarets have lost three of their last five matches in the league, but they could take confidence from their battling back performance against Fulham last weekend. David Fofana scored twice on his debut for the Clarets to salvage a point, which also means that they are now unbeaten in their last two home matches in the Premier League.
Liverpool have picked up victories in each of their last four matches against Burnley without conceding a goal. They landed a 2-0 success in the reverse fixture this term. However, the Reds have won just once in their last three home matches against the Clarets, with Burnley landing a famous win at Anfield in January 2021.
The title race in the Premier League has been blown wide open over the last seven days, as Liverpool’s advantage at the summit has been cut to just two points. The Reds were below their usual high standards in their latest match, as they fell to a 3-1 defeat against Arsenal. However, that loss was just their second in 23 outings in the top flight this term.