Burnley Vs Chelsea Free Tips [26th Oct]
Burnley vs Chelsea is this week’s Premier League Saturday teatime match (October 26) and both teams have made a better start to the season than many pundits predicted.
Burnley currently sit in eighth position in the Premier League table and are nearly back to the heady heights of two seasons ago when they finished seventh. After the loss of Eden Hazard and the appointment of inexperienced new manager Frank Lampard, many people predicted Chelsea would struggle to match their third-place finish of last season, but The Blues are up to fourth and on a roll.
This match promises to be an interesting encounter, so check out our stats, analysis, and free tips for Burnley vs Chelsea.
Burnley vs Chelsea Analysis
17:30 Kick Off on 26th Oct
Burnley vs Chelsea Match Details
Burnley vs Chelsea kicks-off at 5.30pm at Town Moor on Saturday 26 October.
Nine of Burnley’s 12 points so far this season have come at Town Moor. The Clarets have beaten Southampton (3-0), Norwich (2-0), and Everton (1-0).
That means Burnley have enjoyed three clean sheets in four home games, but it’s worth noting all three of those beaten sides have generally been underperforming this season.
Burnley’s one defeat at home has come against the mighty Liverpool (0-3) and, whilst that was no disgrace, it does suggest Burnley have something to find with the top teams.
Chelsea’s 4-0 defeat at Manchester United on the opening day of the season is a distant memory. Chelsea have won all three of their Premier League away games since starting with a 3-2 win over Norwich. They’ve improved again since with convincing wins over Wolves (5-1) and Southampton (4-1).
Burnley vs Chelsea Premier League Head-To-Heads
Chelsea have won six of their previous 10 head-to-heads with Burnley in the Premier League. There’s nothing surprising about that, but what is surprising is that they’ve won four of them at Town Moor and are undefeated at Burnley having drawn the other 1-1
There have been over 2.5 goals in each of the four Chelsea wins at Town Moor, with the games finishing 1-2, 0-3, 1-2, and 0-4.