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Burnley vs Chelsea Predictions

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Chelsea To Win To Nil

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Chelsea 2-0

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Kai Havertz To Score Anytime

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Tip Reasoning

  • Burnley have lost two of their last three home games.
  • The Clarets have failed to score in four of their last six at Turf Moor.
  • Chelsea have five clean sheets in their last eight games and have three wins in their last four games overall.
  • Kai Havertz has two goals in his last four appearances.

Chelsea face Clarets test

Burnley and Chelsea meet in the Premier League on Saturday and both sides could do with a result.

The Clarets slipped to a 2-0 defeat at home to Leicester on Tuesday as a three-game unbeaten run (W2, D1) came to an end and they remain in the bottom three.

Chelsea lost the EFL Cup after a penalty shootout to Liverpool last weekend and were then given a scare at Championship side Luton in the FA Cup on Wednesday, fighting back to claim a 3-2 win after twice falling behind.

Blues boss Thomas Tuchel did rotate for that cup game and should revert to his best available XI for Saturday’s game at Turf Moor, with Ben Chilwell his only confirmed absentee.

Burnley remain without Johann Gudmundsson and Matej Vyrda for the visit of Chelsea.

Chance for Chelsea to strengthen hold on top four spot

The title is out of reach for Chelsea but they are on course to secure third place as they are three points clear of Manchester United immediately below them and five ahead of West Ham in fifth with two games in hand over both. The Stamford Bridge side are closing in on a top four finish and they should be able to come away from Turf Moor with all three points.

Burnley managed wins over Tottenham and Brighton as well as a draw with Crystal Palace before coming unstuck against the Foxes. Sean Dyche’s men are now just a point adrift of safety, having looked in real trouble not too long ago, but their performances haven’t been particularly impressive and I’m expecting them to struggle against an opponent with more quality this weekend.

Chelsea are heavy favourites to win this game so for a bit more value an away win to nil has a chance. The Clarets have failed to score in four of their last six home games in the league, while Chelsea managed to keep Liverpool’s fearsome attack at bay for 120 minutes last weekend and they have five clean sheets in their last eight games in all competitions.

Burnley rarely take a beating

Burnley may be struggling but they have been fairly strong at the back this season and they are yet to lose by more than two goals. The Clarets have only conceded more than twice in one of their 15 home games in all competitions, a 3-3 draw with Palace, and with that in mind a 2-0 win for the visitors could be the way to go in the correct score market.

Kai Havertz has had a disappointing season by his standards with just two Premier League goals in 17 games but the German has improved in recent weeks. Havertz has two goals in his last four games in all competitions and should return to the starting XI after missing out altogether at Luton, and he has a chance in the anytime goalscorer market.


  • Chelsea have won two straight Premier League games without conceding
  • Chelsea are aiming for a third straight Premier League success

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