Opta Stats: Burnley v Brighton

Brighton manager Chris Hughton.
Can Chris Hughton inspire Brighton when they travel to Burnley?

Europa League chasing Burnley host a Brighton team still in need of points to secure their survival. Opta presents the vital statistics.

"Burnley haven’t beaten Brighton in any of their last seven league meetings since a 1-0 Championship win in April 2012, though the last four have all ended level (L3)."

The draw is 9/43.25.

Burnley haven't beaten Brighton in any of their last seven league meetings since a 1-0 Championship win in April 2012, though the last four have all ended level (L3). The draw is 9/43.25.

Brighton have lost just one of their last seven league visits to Turf Moor (W2 D4). They are 14/53.85 to win.

After keeping a clean sheet in six of their opening nine home league games this season, the Clarets have conceded in each of their last eight at Turf Moor. Only Bournemouth (12) are on a longer run without home clean sheet in the Premier League. Both teams to score is 11/102.1.

The Seagulls are winless in 10 away league games since beating Swansea 1-0 in November, drawing three and losing seven. A Burnley win is 5/42.28.

No side has scored fewer away goals in the Premier League this season than Brighton (9), while seven of those goals have been scored in London (5) or on the south coast (2). Burnley are 3.45 to win to nil.

Sean Dyche won his first managerial meeting with Brighton in November 2011 when he was Watford manager but has failed to win any of his subsequent seven against them (D5 L2). Brighton are 8/111.76 in the Double Chance market.

Dyche has only faced Spurs more as Burnley manager without winning (eight games) than he has against Brighton (6). The Seagulls are 13/82.66 Draw No Bet.

Chris Wood has netted five goals in 11 league games against Brighton - only against Huddersfield (6) has he scored more in English league football. Wood is 7/42.7 to score.

Ashley Barnes has scored in six of his last eight Premier League games, with his leveller at Stoke last time out seeing him become the first Burnley player to score 20 Premier League goals. Barnes is 11/53.2 to find the net.

Glenn Murray is the highest scoring Premier League player who's yet to assist a goal this season (12 goals). It's the most in a single top-flight campaign since Demba Ba in 2012-13 (15). Murray is 12/53.4 to add to his tally.

Dan Fitch 2017/18 Season P/L

Staked: 448.00 pts
Returned: 464.37 pts
P/L: +16.37 pts

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