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England Premier League | St. Marys Stadium | 15th February
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  • D
  • W
  • W
  • L
  • W
  • L
KO 12:30
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Southampton vs Burnley predictions for Saturday’s Premier League fixture at St. Mary’s Stadium. Burnley are unbeaten in three league games ahead of their trip to play the Saints. Read on for all our free Premier League predictions and betting tips.

Predictions & Tips

We use stars to rate our confidence in our tips, with 3 being most confident to 1 being the least.
Burnley Double Chance (Win or Draw) @ 5/4

We use stars to rate our confidence in our tips, with 3 being most confident to 1 being the least.
Draw 1-1 @ 7/1

Reason For Southampton vs Burnley Predictions

  • Burnley are unbeaten in six previous games against Southampton.
  • The Clarets beat the Saints 3-0 in their reverse league fixture earlier this season.
  • Burnley are averaging just 1.0 goal per Premier League away game this term.
  • Similarly, Southampton have scored just 1.08 goals per home game in 2019/20.

Southampton limp into winter break

After a hugely productive period between mid-December and mid-January that was heavily sprinkled with excellent performances and results, Southampton’s form tailed off just before the winter break in frustrating fashion.

The Saints had been playing some superb on the deck football during their positive run, resulting in against the odds Premier League wins over Chelsea, Tottenham and Leicester among others.

In total, Southampton won six of the eight games they contested between December 21st and January 21st – a sensational sequence that was powered in no small part by the goal-scoring touch of a rejuvenated Danny Ings.

However, a 0-4 battering at Anfield sandwiched in between two unsuccessful FA Cup 4th round tussles with Spurs meant that Southampton entered the mid-season hiatus with less momentum than they probably deserved.

The Saints’ Premier League displays at St. Mary’s Stadium also took a noticeable dip in the run up to the February intermission, with Southampton winning just one of their four fixtures on the south coast before their layoff.

Momentum with Burnley

In contrast, Burnley bounced into the winter break after they took took seven points from nine in a trio of tough games against Leicester, Man Utd and Arsenal.

The Clarets upset the form book to beat the Foxes 2-1 and United 2-0 at the King Power Stadium and Old Trafford respectively, and Sean Dyche’s men were unlucky not to complete a hattrick of high-profile victories having been the better side in their 0-0 draw at home to Arsenal.

Spirits should be high in the Burnley camp then, and their confidence will be buoyed even further by their excellent recent head-to-head record against Southampton.

The Clarets are unbeaten in six meetings with the Saints, and one of Burnley’s biggest wins of the campaign so far came at Southampton’s expense when the teams clashed in the reverse Premier League meeting between the clubs back in August (3-0).

More Clarets joy likely against the Saints

The evidence suggests that this set of Southampton players struggle to combat Burnley’s aggressive, direct style of play, and having taken four points from their last two visits to St. Mary’s Stadium, we think there are points on offer for the Clarets again this weekend.

Burnley’s fine record in this fixture and their confidence-building string of results against Leicester, Man Utd and Arsenal are a powerful combination, and with those factors considered, we think the Clarets are priced generously in the double chance market this weekend.

Bar Burnley’s early season 3-0 win over the Saints, games between the clubs are generally low scoring affairs however. Just six goals hit the net in the previous five meetings between them before the Clarets’ meaty August win.

With Burnley averaging just 1.0 goal per game on the road and the Saints registering just 1.08 goals per home game on average this term, we expect their latest clash to follow that low-scoring pattern, and with that in mind, correct score bettors are pointed in the direction of a 1-1 draw.

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Article by: Simon W
Contact: simon.winter@freesupertips.co.uk
Twitter: @simonjwinter
Published: February 15, 2020

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