Burnley and Crystal Palace are hoping to avoid a third successive stalemate when these two teams meet each other at Turf Moor on November 4th. This will be the first league meeting between the two clubs since the 2021-22 season.
Burnley vs Crystal Palace H2H Record
The Burnley vs Crystal Palace predictions for the game will be aware of the close nature of this contest in recent years.
- Burnley Wins: 21
- Draws: 19
- Crystal Palace Wins: 13
There have been slightly more wins for the Clarets in the Burnley vs Crystal Palace recent H2Hs and it is largely down to the Clarets being able to enjoy more success in recent years. Since 2019, Burnley have picked up three wins compared to just one win for Palace.
Last time out…
Burnley and Palace last met each other at Selhurst Park in a game that finished as a 1-1 draw. Jeffrey Schlupp provided a lead for Palace after just nine minutes but an own goal from Luka Milivojevic just after the break helped bring parity to the scores. Even though there were plenty of substitutions from managers, there was not to be a winner in this game.
Burnley vs Crystal Palace H2H: Potential MVP
Jordan Ayew comes on the back of a first goal of the season. The 32-year-old might have had to wait 10 matches to get his opening goal of the season, but this might unlock a string of goals from the forward. Even in the middle of a goal down, Jordan Ayew has been able to hit decent numbers of two shots per match.
Ayew produced a stellar display in the 2-1 loss against Tottenham. Even though the quality of the opposition is not on par, Jordan Ayew is still expected a tough match. The Ghanaian has previously come up against on nine occasions, but he has never been able to get that crucial goal against this opponent.
Burnley: Players in focus
Zeki Amdouni on sparkling form
The opposition defenders will start to focus on Zeki Amdouni for the upcoming game in the absence of Foster. The 22-year-old is looking to build on his solitary league goal for the season. He has come up with 1.8 shots per match on average this season.
Luca Koleosho needs to step up
The absence of top scorer Lyle Foster due to injury puts more pressure on Luca Koleosho to come up with a strong performance. The young shoulders of the American will be seeking the first goal of the season. So far, he has had a hand in just one goal.
Johann Gudmundsson leading the example
The organisational work in the middle of the park will rely heavily on Johann Gudmundsson, who has been a regular for the team in the last few weeks. The 33-year-old comes with improving numbers of 1.2 key passes per match and an 83.5% passing success rate.
Crystal Palace: Players in focus
Jordan Ayew still shining strong
Jordan Ayew produced a sparkling performance as Crystal Palace almost snatched something from the game against Tottenham at Selhurst Park. The 32-year-old will be looking to build on his first league goal of the season.
Odsonne Edouard offering the flair
Odsonne Edouard is the top scorer in the Crystal Palace squad with four goals. Even though he has not been on the scoresheet for the last four league matches, the offensive contribution provided by the Frenchman will be key if Palace are to get three points
Cheick Doucoure keeping things under check
Cheick Doucoure has been a linchpin in the centre of the park for Crystal Palace. His performances have been crucial to the successes achieved by the team. In his nine league matches, the 23-year-old has had an 86.9% passing accuracy and a staggering 3.4 tackles per match.
Despite the excellent recent record in this fixture for the host, the Burnley vs Crystal Palace stats will expect a tight match that does not involve a lot of goals even if the game produces a winner. Burnley are likely to get the edge in this match with Palace lacking a profound goalscorer.