Burnley have needed to persevere through 180 tiring minutes of football against Chelsea and Man City over the previous week, so it didn’t come as a very remarkable amazement to see Sean Dyche’s men leave away with zero points from those apparatuses.
City traveled to triumph at Turf Moor on account of goals from Gabriel Jesus and Raheem Sterling on Wednesday night an outcome which left Burnley down in seventeenth after 21 matches, despite the fact that they actually have an agreeable eight-point pad over eighteenth put Fulham in the fight to dodge the drop.
The Clarets recorded a resonating triumph over the Cottagers in the FA Cup either side of great triumphs over Liverpool and Aston Villa in the top flight, so the signs are positively reassuring, yet a lot of groups around them are beginning to get back to winning ways too.
With best option strikers Ashley Barnes and Chris Wood confronting a competition to be fit as expected for this game, the onus will be on Jay Rodriguez and Matej Vydra to add to the simple 13 goals the least out of any group in the league that Burnley have just indented up this season.
Notwithstanding, eight of those 13 goals have come at Turf Moor, and the hosts have figured out how to come up trumps in four of their keep going seven games on a recognizable area, despite the fact that they are presently confronting a Brighton outfit who have recently delivered one of the exhibitions of the period at Anfield.
Brighton and Burnley both offer a shared goals of Premier League endurance, however the two clubs can bond over their individual victories at the home of the bosses in an inexorably erratic mission.
Liverpool got their opportunities, however Brighton’s impressive rearguard exhibited precisely why they have now kept four clean sheets on the bob as they forestalled the objective timid Reds from scoring on their own turf for the third game in succession.
A second-half champ guaranteed by Steven Alzate was all that isolated the different sides on the night as Brighton turned into the subsequent first class group after Burnley to conquer Liverpool on their own turf in the 2020-21 Premier League season.
That notable triumph Brighton’s first at Anfield for almost 39 years implies that Graham Potter’s men have now taken 10 points from the keep going 12 on proposal in the first class, and the Seagulls are the lone side outside of the best five who have succeeded at least three of their last four matches.
The guests would briefly open up a 13-point hole among themselves and the drop zone should they take the riches at Turf Moor, however Burnley have just lost once to their rivals in the last 10 meetings between the two clubs.
Brighton are beginning to acquire a standing as goliath executioners following two paramount successes over Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool, and the exact opposite thing that Potter will need to see is a goof against an individual transfer rival. With the possibility of Burnley being without their two best option strikers once more, we can conceive the Seagulls coming up trumps for the fourth time in five Premier League matches. Hence, bet on Brighton to win.