Bournemouth host a Burnley side battling against relegation. Opta crunches the numbers so you don't have to.
"Bournemouth have only lost one of their last 18 Premier League home games against sides starting the day below them in the table (W11 D6), with that defeat coming against Manchester United in November."
The Cherries are 2.1211/10 to win.
Bournemouth have won just two of their last 10 league meetings with Burnley (D3 L5). The draw is 3.613/5.
Having won the reverse fixture 4-0 back in September, Burnley are looking to complete their first league double over Bournemouth since the 1999-00 season in the third tier. A Burnley win is 3.814/5.
Bournemouth are winless in their last three Premier League home games, last going four without a win at the Vitality Stadium in December 2017. Burnley are 2.747/4 in the Draw No Bet market.
After losing their first four such games, Burnley are unbeaten in their last five Premier League matches on the south coast, winning three and drawing two. They are 1.865/6 double chance.
Bournemouth have picked up just five points from their last eight Premier League games (W1 D2 L5), with a 2-0 victory at Huddersfield their only win in that run. The draw half-time/Burnley full-time double result is 9.08/1.
Bournemouth have only lost one of their last 18 Premier League home games against sides starting the day below them in the table (W11 D6), with that defeat coming against Manchester United in November. The Cherries are 2.1211/10 to win.
Burnley kept a clean sheet in their last league game against Wolves (2-0). They've not recorded back-to-back shutouts in the Premier League since December 2017 (a run of three). Burnley are 7.06/1 to win to nil.
Bournemouth striker Josh King has netted six goals in his last five Premier League home games, accounting for 67% of the Cherries' total strikes in those matches (6/9). King is 2.89/5 to score.
Burnley's Dwight McNeil has scored in each of his last two Premier League appearances. The last teenager to score in three Premier League games in a row was Romelu Lukaku in March 2013. McNeil is 5.59/2 to add to his goal tally.
Coming into this round of matches, Bournemouth's Ryan Fraser and Callum Wilson have each both scored and assisted in four different Premier League games this season - no other player has done so in more (also Troy Deeney and Mo Salah on four). Wilson is 2.56/4 to score, with Fraser at 5.04/1.