Liverpool vs Burnley Predictions: Betting Preview, Tips and Odds
Liverpool vs Burnley predictions, betting tips and preview for the Premier League fixture on Saturday 11th July. Burnley could still qualify for the Europa League and we can expect more changes from Jurgen Klopp for this match. See our predictions and betting tips below.
Betting Tips & Score Prediction
Liverpool should pick up all three points without too many issues. Burnely are unlikely to pose much of a threat going forward and conceded three or more in each of their five games against the top three.
Best Bet: Liverpool to Win to Nil – 11/10 at Betfred.
Correct Score Tip: Liverpool to Win 3-0 – 8/1 at Betfred.
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Liverpool vs Burnley Predictions
Burnley climbed to 9th with another win in midweek.
Liverpool continued their quest for a record points total with a win over Brighton. Burnley are just three points behind 6th placed Wolves as their good form continues.
Despite Burnley’s good form, it’s hard to see anything other than a Liverpool win. The Clarets came undone against Manchester City post-lockdown and it could be a similar story again here so Liverpool to win to nil is the best bet for this match.
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Klopp’s Side Chasing Points Record
Liverpool made it back-to-back wins with a comfortable 3-1 victory over Brighton. The Reds are now up to 92 points with a ceiling of 104.
Over the course of the season, Liverpool have the best defensive record, conceding 26 in 34 and keeping the most clean sheets. Only Manchester City have outscored the Reds with 75 in 34.
Liverpool beat Burnley 3-0 in the reverse fixture back in August. Sadio Mané and Roberto Firmino were both on the scoresheet that day.
Jordan Henderson and James Milner are doubts for the game.
Clarets Looking for a Europa League Place
Burnley made four unbeaten with another 1-0 victory, this time against West Ham. The Clarets have only lost one of their last 12 league games and have kept seven clean sheets in that period.
Despite key attacking injuries, Burnley have coped admirably since the restart. They have picked up eleven points from five games to take them into the top half.
The Clarets find themselves in with a chance of a Europa League qualifying spot and are just three points off sixth at the time of writing.
Ben Mee, Jack Cork, and Ashley Barnes are all expected to miss out once again.
Liverpool vs Burnley Head to Head Stats
Liverpool have won 56, drawn 28, and lost 37 against Burnley. The Clarets have one win since 2005.
- Burnley have one loss in 12 league games
- Liverpool have amassed 94 points with 4 to play
- No side has conceded fewer than Liverpool in the league
Liverpool vs Burnley Odds
- Liverpool are 1/4 favourites
- A draw is 19/4
- Burnley are 10/1 underdogs
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Liverpool vs Burnley FAQs
What time does Liverpool vs Burnley kick-off?
Kick-off is 3pm on Saturday 11th July.
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