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Liverpool vs Burnley prediction, free betting tips & odds

Date: 10 February 2024
Kick-Off:  15:00 UK 16:00 CET
Venue: Anfield

Liverpool vs Burnley: Top free betting tips

Liverpool are set to face Burnley at Anfield on Saturday, 10 February in a match that will have implications at both ends of the Premier League table. The Reds need to win after their loss against Arsenal last week while Burnley will be hoping their late comeback against Fulham last time out can be a springboard for Premier League survival. Our Liverpool vs Burnley prediction is for a very comfortable home win with Liverpool having far too much firepower for the Clarets.

Match handicap prediction: Liverpool -1

Liverpool have been incredible at Anfield all season and no one in the Premier League has a better home record than the Reds (9 wins, 2 draws, 0 defeats). Prior to their defeat at Arsenal last weekend, Jurgen Klopp's men had won their last four Premier League matches by a margin of two goals or more and we are predicting they will do the same against a Burnley team who have picked up just eight points on the road all season.

Anytime goalscorer prediction: Diogo Jota

Diogo Jota has been Liverpool's best player since Mo Salah departed for the Africa Cup of Nations at the beginning of January. Jota has scored five goals in his last four matches for the Reds and he also scored against Burnley the last time the two sides met in December 2023. Jota is expected to retain his place in the side this weekend despite a poor showing at Anfield but will have Darwin Nunez to play alongside, whom he has a good relationship with.

Correct score prediction: Liverpool 3-0 Burnley

Sorry Burnley fan, we can't envisage you getting on the scoresheet at Anfield on Saturday never mind picking up any points. We anticipate Liverpool to deal with Kompany's side much in the same way Man City did ten days ago to keep themselves well in the Premier League title race.

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Liverpool vs Burnley team news

Liverpool predicted lineup vs Burnley

Liverpool will be without Ibrahima Konate for the match against Burnley at the weekend after the defender was sent off against Arsenal at the weekend, while Bajcteic, Salah, Tsmikas, Szoboszlai and Matip all remain out due to injuries. On the positive side of the coin, Darwin Nunez should be fit to start the match as should Thiago Alcantara who came off the bench for his first appearance in nearly a year on Sunday afternoon. Wataru Endo is also available again after Japan's elimination from the Asian Cup.

Alisson – Alexander-Arnold, Gomez, Van Dijk, Robertson – Endo, Mac Allister, Jones – Nunez, Jota, Diaz

Burnley predicted lineup vs Liverpool

Vincent Kompany is sweating on the fitness of Jordan Beyer, Hannes Delcroix and Hjalmar Ekdal with the trio all doubts for the weekend. On top of those three, the Belgian will definitely be without Luca Koleosho and Nathan Redmond with the pair expected to be out for the rest of the season. Meanwhile, Datro Fofana should have earned himself a start after helping to turn the game around against Fulham which would mean Foster or Amdouni taking his place on the bench.

Trafford, Assignon, O'Shea, Esteve, Vitinho – Gudmundsson, Brownhill, Berge, Odobert – Fofana, Foster

Liverpool vs Burnley: What the fans think

Liverpool fans are looking forward to seeing Thiago in action

Burnley fans look forward to daunting task

How far will Burnley fans travel to Liverpool?

The one positive for Burnley fans on Saturday is that the trip to Liverpool is a short one. In total, the travelling Clarets will travel around 50 miles down the M65 to get to Anfield in a journey that will take around an hour with match traffic via car or coach. Via rail, Burnley fans would have to go from Burnley to Manchester and then swap onto a service to Liverpool Lime Street which isn't worth the hassle.

Liverpool vs Burnley: Tickets

Liverpool have sold all tickets for the match against Burnley on what will be a historic day at Anfield as the attendance record is set to be broken. Close to 61,000 fans will be in attendance as the Anfield Road Stand renovation work nears completion. Burnley have been given an allocation of just over 3,000 tickets for the match and all of these have been sold, too.

FAQs: Liverpool vs Burnley

Who is the referee? Tim Robinson will be the referee for Liverpool vs Burnley.

Who is the Burnley manager? Vincent Kompany is the current Burnley manager.

What was the score in the last meeting? The last Liverpool vs Burnley match finished 2-0 to Liverpool.