Latest Tips

Arsenal vs Newcastle Real Madrid vs Sevilla Copa Libertadores Betting Marseille vs Troyes Cadiz vs Atletico Madrid

The objective for a newly promoted team is always to avoid relegation, so having collected 23 points after 20 games putting them in 12th, Sean Dyche will be delighted with how Burnley's season has gone so far.

Despite picking up just one point on the road so far this term, the Clarets' fantastic home form (seven wins and one draw from 11 games) has seen them open up an eight point gap on the bottom three.

Of course, should the side's home form turn for the worse, they could slide closer to the relegation zone. We spoke to Burnley photographer Andy Ford about his hopes during the winter window.

Please note that this interview was conducted before the January transfer window opened.

Thoughts on Summer Activity:

We’ll only know at the end of May.

Area that Needs Improvement:

Midfield and up front. I think that we lack creativity in the midfield area and would love to see a 20-goal-a-year man up front. We lack goals.

Dream Signing:

A 20-goal-a-year-man.

Realistic Signing:

Any signings now will be record signings just to get a bit of quality, and a goal scorer comes at a premium price.

Check out the latest Burnley transfer rumours

Prediction for Rest of 2016-17:

Above the relegation zone.


Premier League