Monday, November 19, 2018

Burnley 19/20 to beat Swansea in Saturday’s Premier League clash

Competition: Premier League

Market: Burnley to beat Swansea

Odds: 1/1 @ Bet365

The Premier League is back this coming weekend as another international break draws to a close. While the World Cup playoffs and friendlies have provided plenty of football action for the fans, most agree that it is not quite the same as watching their club side take to the field. Two teams that will be looking to win on their return to the pitch are Burnley and Swansea, with the two locking horns on Saturday.

For Burnley, it has been an outstanding campaign as they look like a very strong Premier League outfit. They currently sit in seventh place with 19 points, level with Arsenal and Liverpool. Five wins, two defeats and four draws show that they have been very difficult to beat this season. Although they have been relatively modest in front of goal only scoring 10 times, they have been superb at the back, conceding just nine goals in their 11 games. While they will be incredibly pleased to be level with Arsenal and Liverpool at this point, it is more important that they are 10 points clear of the relegation zone.

For Swansea, this season has been a very difficult one. The Welsh side have won just two of their games, while they have lost seven times, which is simply not good enough if they have aspirations of staying up this campaign. They seem to be struggling across the pitch, scoring just seven times and conceding 13 goals. Their trip to face Burnley will be a massive test of their character, with the home side incredibly good in front of their home fans. With this in mind, we are backing Burnley to win this one with odds of 1/1 from Bet365.

Bet: Burnley to beat Swansea in Saturday’s Premier League game: 1/1 @ Bet365>> 


Benjamin Darvill

Ben is an English and creative writing graduate that is now working his way up in the world of sports journalism. Having been writing for the last four years, Ben has written for a number of websites specialising in sport, with football a particular passion. He is a long-suffering England fan and eternal optimist when it comes to the Three Lions.



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