Burnley have won two of their last three Premier League games against West Ham (L1), having won just one of their first seven against them in the competition (W1 D1 L5). They are 2.3611/8 to claim victory.
West Ham's 0-2 loss away at Burnley last season was the only one of the five Premier League meetings between the sides at Turf Moor that hasn't seen both teams score. The odds of both teams find the net again are 1.645/8.
Burnley have lost each of their last three Premier League games, conceding nine goals in the process. They lost 2-4 against Chelsea in their last home match, conceding more goals in that game than they had in their previous four combined at Turf Moor (3). West Ham are 3.211/5 to win.
After a run that saw them lose just one of 11 Premier League matches (W6 D4 L1), West Ham have lost three of their last four in the competition (D1). Burnley are 1.75/7 in the Draw No Bet market.
Burnley have scored a league-high ratio 29% of their Premier League goals from outside the box so far this season (4/14), with their two goals in their last home game coming from distance. Over 2.5 goals is 1.738/11.
Despite only three sides having had more headed shots than West Ham in the Premier League this season (26), the Hammers are one of four teams yet to score a headed goal in the competition so far this term (along with Aston Villa, Manchester United and Watford). Under 2.5 goals is 2.226/5.
Burnley's Chris Wood has scored in all four of his Premier League games against West Ham, averaging a goal every 45 minutes against the Hammers (5 goals, in 226 minutes). No player has a better 100% record of scoring against a specific opponent in the Premier League than Wood does against West Ham (4/4). Wood is 2.77/4 to score.
West Ham's Robert Snodgrass has scored in each of his last two Premier League appearances - the last Scottish player to score in three in a row was Steven Naismith for Everton in August 2014. Snodgrass is 7.06/1 to find the net.
After scoring in each of his first three Premier League games this season (4 goals in total), Burnley's Ashley Barnes has failed to score in any of his last seven in the competition. He's had as many yellow cards in those seven games as he's managed shots on target (2). Barnes is 2.89/5 to get back among the goals.
Only David McGoldrick (8) has had more shots on target without scoring in the Premier League this season than West Ham's Felipe Anderson (7). Indeed, the Brazilian has scored with just one of his last 16 shots on target in the competition, having found the net with eight of his previous 16 such attempts. Anderson is 5.04/1 to break his duck.