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Burnley vs Swansea Predictions, Betting Tips and Preview

Burnley vs Swansea Predictions, Betting Tips and Preview | Premier League

Burnley vs Swansea predictions and betting tips for the Premier League contest on Saturday 18th November at 3pm. Read today’s betting preview for the match below.

A battle of two sides going in two different directions with Swansea entrenched in the relegation zone whilst Burnley sit comfortably in the top half. Sean Dyche’s side have been excellent this season and defensively sound. They come here off the back of two clean sheets and are typically well-organised with neither Newcastle, Southampton nor Everton managing to find a way past the Clarets defence. Swansea have struggled for goals this season despite the presence of Tammy Abraham and Paul Clements side must do more in the final third particularly on the road. We’re starting with our Burnley vs Swansea best betting tip for this afternoon.

Best Burnley vs Swansea Betting Tip

 

Burnley vs Swansea Predictions

We start our Burnley vs Swansea predictions with a half time correct score selection. Burnley have been level in each of their latest two contests at the break before netting a winner in the second half and with Swansea struggling for form, we won’t be surprised to see them set up to avoid conceding an early goal. The last three meetings between these two sides at Turf Moor have been goalless at the 45 minute mark and it could happen again here. Half time 0-0 score-line is 7/5 with Bet Bright and that is the first of our Burnley vs Swansea predictions for Saturday afternoon.

 

Goals Prediction

Previous meetings between these sides at Turf Moor haven’t been thrillers and neither set of fans can boast of watching edge-of-the-seat stuff so far this campaign. Burnley are defensively competent whilst Swansea are still searching for that creative edge. Under 1.5 Goals is the next of our Burnley vs Swansea betting tips and is priced at 17/11 with Sport Pesa.

 

Anytime Goalscorer Tips

The last of our Burnley vs Swansea betting tips comes from the anytime goalscorer market. Chris Wood is the favourite in this market but he’s only just returned from Peru after competing for New Zealand so I’d favour Sam Vokes who netted the winner during Burnley’s 1-0 success at Southampton. The Welshman is priced at 2/1 with 888Sport to score anytime and that is the last of our Burnley vs Swansea predictions.

 

Burnley vs Swansea Team News

Jonathon Walters is a long-term absentee for the hosts and he is joined on the sidelines by injured duo Tom Heaton and Dean Marney.

Swansea are without Martin Olsson, Angel Rangel and Leon Britton for this clash. Renato Sanchez hasn’t made the best start to life at the Liberty and he will also miss out through injury.

 

Burnley vs Swansea Head to Head

In South Wales, these two sides played out a 3-2 thriller last season but the three previous meetings in East Lancashire have all been decided by a single goal. It finished 1-0 to Swansea here last season with Leroy Fer netting a late winner for the visitors.

 

Burnley vs Swansea Betting Tips

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