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Burnley vs Everton Prediction, Free Betting Tips & Odds

Date: 16 December 2023
Kick-Off:  17:30 UK, 18:30 CET
Venue: Turf Moor
TV: Sky Sports Main Event

Burnley vs Everton: Top free betting tips

Burnley face a must-win game on Saturday evening when they take on Everton Turf Moor. Pressure is building on Vincent Kompany and the Clarets are now five points behind Everton, who are sitting just above the relegation zone. Our Burnley vs Everton prediction is for Everton to push themselves further away from the drop zone with another away win.

Match result prediction: Everton to win

On one hand, the ten-point deduction Everton received was harsh and unjust but on the other, it has seemingly brought the club back to life and they are enjoying their best run of form in several years. They have won four of their last five Premier League matches and their last three on the road. Burnley, meanwhile, have only won at home once all season.

Clean sheet prediction: Everton, yes

Sean Dyche will go back to his old stomping ground on Saturday evening with a point to prove after being sacked by Burnley 18 months ago. His Burnley side were renowned for being hard to score against and his Everton side are beginning to show similar traits. They haven't conceded a goal in their last three league matches and only Man City, Arsenal and Liverpool have conceded fewer goals all season.

Correct score prediction: Burnley 0-2 Everton

Everton have been really impressive lately with Abdoulaye Doucouré having the season of his life in the number ten role behind Dominic Calvert-Lewin. They have found a system that works for them and it should thrive against an erratic Burnley team who refuse to tighten up despite all the evidence suggesting they need to.

Turf Moor, home of Burnley | Burnley vs Everton predictions
Turf Moor, home of Burnley – Photo by Icon sport

Burnley vs Everton team news

Burnley predicted lineup vs Everton

Charlie Taylor picked up a booking in Burnley's draw with Brighton meaning the full-back will miss his first game of the season on Saturday. Connor Roberts may have to move across to left-back to fill the void left behind by Taylor and Vitinho will come into the side at right-back. In terms of injuries, Josh Cullen will face a late fitness test but Jack Cork and Luca Koleosho are both definitely out.

Trafford – Vitinho, O'Shea, Beyer, Roberts – Berge, Brownhill, Gudmundsson, Odobert – Amdouni – Rodriguez

Everton predicted lineup vs Burnley

Everton boss, Sean Dyche will want to keep the same eleven players together if possible for this one but he does have a few considerations. For starters, Ashley Young has picked up a knock and will miss the trip to Burnley while Gueye and Branthwaite are both suspended due to bookings. Nathan Patterson is expected to come in for Young and Amadou Onana will slot in for Gueye. At centre back, Dyche will choose between Keane and Godfrey.

Pickford – Patterson, Tarkowski, Godfrey, Mykolenko – Harrison, Garner, Onana, McNeil –  Doucoure –  Calvert-Lewin

Burnley vs Everton: What the fans think

Burnley fans remain positive

Toffees looking forward to seeing more of Patterson

How far will Everton fans travel to Burnley?

Everton supporters have one of their shortest away days of the season on Saturday evening when they travel to Turf Moor. The trip is around an hour via car or coach which is by far the quickest method of getting to Burnley from Turf Moor. Everton fans taking the train will have to go to Manchester and swap if they are insistent on using the railway.

Burnley vs Everton: Tickets

Despite online rumours suggesting the club were struggling to sell out, Burnley have confirmed that all tickets have been sold for the match against Everton. Everton have also sold out their away allocation of 2,100 tickets with all of them being sold to eligible season ticket holders. There are still a few hospitality packages available for the fixture and these can be purchased directly through Burnley's official website.


Andy Delaney

Andy is a freelance sports writer with ten years of experience covering major sporting events across Europe. He has also been a season ticket holder at Old Trafford since 2008 and has visited over 40 football stadiums in the United Kingdom and abroad following the Reds.

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