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Burnley vs Chelsea
English Premier League
Date: Sunday, 28th October 2018
Kick-off at 13:30 UK/ 14:30 CET
Venue: Turf Moor (Burnley).
The Blues will make a trip north to be hosted by the Clarets in Turf Moor for this Sunday fixture.
It is understandable if Burnley comes into this matchup in low spirits. They were hammered with 5 goals to nil by the reigning champions last weekend. However, the most prudent thing for them would be to move and be focused not to receive a similar thrashing a home in this game.
Chelsea remains unbeaten under Sarri but has slipped off the pace in their last 4 games, having drawn in 3 matches. They are in third place with 21 points, just 2 points ahead of both Liverpool and Manchester City. This is a great opportunity to continue their unbeaten run in the last 9 matches.
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Burnley vs Chelsea: Head-to-Head
- Chelsea won 1-2 in the last meeting played in April.
- In the last 5 h2h meetings, Chelsea has won twice, Burnley once and 2 draws have been recorded.
- Most games have ended with over 2.5 goals.
Burnley vs Chelsea: Prediction
Burnley always finds the net at home against Chelsea. This game may not be any different considering that they have only failed to score in only one home game in all competitions.
Chelsea is the favorites to win this game. They will be looking forward to bag 3 more points in this fixture to climb to the top of the league.
This game will see both teams scoring and we will surely have over 2.5 goals at the end of the match.
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Burnley return to Turf Moor this weekend following their 5-0 drubbing away at the hands of Manchester City, their fourth league defeat this season by a difference of two or more goals. For Chelsea, thanks to a last-gasp Ross Barkley equaliser last weekend against Manchester United, it’s now no league defeat in nine games (W6, D3), their best start to a league season after nine games since 2014/15