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Having began October by claiming their very first Premier League win of the season, can Burnley now end the month outside the drop zone?
In a game hardly anyone was really aware was happening, Jacob Bruun Larsen’s stunner late on saw the Clarets beat fellow newly-promoted club Luton 2-1 at Kenilworth Road in a Tuesday night fixture.
However, Vincent Kompany’s side could not back this up, smashed 4-1 by Chelsea four days later, despite taking an early lead at Turf Moor through Wilson Odobert.
Next up, the Clarets’ face Brentford (A), Bournemouth (A) and Crystal Palace (H), so will be desperate to click into gear and climb out of the bottom three.
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Burnley Betting Odds
Burnley’s season is all about survival, after Vincent Kompany’s team had been so impressive in the Championship last season, accumulating 101 points, losing just three of 46 games.
However, this looks like being a tough task.
Burnley To Avoid Relegation Odds
Despite having won only once so far, and currently finding themsleves in the relegation zone, the bookies have faith in Vincent Kompany, with Burnley priced at 2/5 to stay up, while the Clarets are 7/4 to go straight back down.
Their next three games, against fellow-strugglers Brentford, Bournemouth and Crystal Palace, will tell us a lot about this team.
Burnley Top Half Finish Odds
In the last 48 years, Burnley have only finished in the top ten of the top-flight twice, coming seventh in 2018 and tenth two years later.
Given that they’re currently in the bottom three, it would seem over-ambitious for Clarets fans to be dreaming of such heights again, reflected by the fact that their team are priced at 14/1 to end up in the top half.
Burnley Carabao Cup Odds
Having knocked out Nottingham Forest and Salford City so far, Burnley are one win away from reaching the League Cup quarter-finals for the first time since 2009, beaten in the semis by Spurs back then.
The Clarets travel to Everton in round four, the Sean Dyche derby if you will, and are currently priced at 33/1 to go all the way.
Burnley Betting Tips and Predictions
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Burnley, founded in 1882, became one of the founding members of the Football League in 1888, with the club’s first major success coming in 1914 when they clinched their first First Division title, cementing their status as a prominent football club in England.
One of the most memorable periods in Burnley’s history occurred during the 1950s under the management of Harry Potts, when the club achieved remarkable success, winning the First Division title in 1959-60 and establishing themselves as a force to be reckoned with in English football. Their achievement in 1960 marked their most recent top-flight league title.
Burnley also made a significant mark in European football when they participated in the inaugural European Cup in 1960-61, reaching the quarter-finals. This achievement is a testament to their prowess during that era.
While Burnley’s glory days in the top division waned over the years, the club remained a resilient and integral part of English football. The club experienced several promotions and relegations.
In recent years, Burnley made a resurgence under the management of Sean Dyche. The team secured promotion to the Premier League in the 2015-16 season and established themselves as a mid-table club in the top flight, showcasing their resilience and competitiveness.
However with Dyche favouring a pragmatic style of football, time eventually caught up to them as they failed to progress as a club and got left behind in the transfer market by rivals, resulting in them sliding towards the bottom three over a number of years and eventually succumbing to relegation in the 2021/22 season.
However after a club takeover, they pivoted to a different direction and appointed former Manchester City defender Vincent Kompany in a bid to lead them back to the top flight and it proved an inspired move, with the former Belgium captain overseeing a complete overhaul in terms of playing style and atmosphere.
Having amassed 101 point in the Championship, Burnley were immediately promoted back to the Premier League.