Everton v Burnley

Everton’s struggles continue as they’ve not managed a win in their last 13 Premier League matches, whereas Burnley, under the stewardship of Vincent Kompany, are on a four-game unbeaten streak, securing draws at notable fixtures against Chelsea and West Ham during this period. The history between these two teams suggests a likelihood of both finding the net, as has happened in four of their last six encounters.

Clarets Showing Promise Vincent Kompany’s tenure at Burnley has been rocky, with his position seemingly under threat for much of the season. However, recent performances suggest he’s starting to effectively marshal his squad, sparking a potential turnaround in their fortunes. The Clarets’ recent form, including victories and draws against respectable teams, signals they might extend their unbeaten run when they visit an out-of-form Everton at Goodison Park. Despite losing to Everton in both league and cup competitions earlier this season, Burnley now appears to be the team with momentum, contrasting with Everton’s dire run of 13 league games without a win.

Everton’s Troubles Persist Currently, Everton’s play lacks coherence, a point starkly illustrated by their recent 2-1 defeat to Luton, marking a nadir in a series of disappointing performances. Their attacking woes were further highlighted in a 1-1 draw with Newcastle, relying solely on a Dominic Calvert-Lewin penalty for their goal amidst a lacklustre overall display. With fan patience wearing thin and their Premier League status under threat, Everton faces a crucial test against a revitalised Burnley, whose recent goal-scoring form poses a significant threat to Everton’s shaky defence.

Spotlight on Fofana David Datro Fofana, on loan from Chelsea, has been instrumental in Burnley’s improved attacking output, contributing crucial goals against West Ham and Brentford. His absence was noted in Burnley’s match against Chelsea, but he’s poised to challenge Everton’s vulnerable defence this weekend. Given Everton’s recent concession of goals at home, Fofana’s knack for finding the net could prove decisive, offering Burnley a solid chance to secure vital points in their battle for survival.

As Burnley eyes a result at Goodison Park, their enhanced attack, spearheaded by Fofana, could be the key to overcoming an Everton side desperately seeking to rediscover their form.

Betting Tips – Burnley double chance at 6/5

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