Relegation threatened Stoke take on a Burnley side fighting for Europe. Opta presents the vital statistics.
"The Clarets haven’t won four consecutive top-flight away games since September 1961."
Stoke have won two of their three Premier League home games against Burnley (L1), both by a 2-0 scoreline. They are 11/82.34 to win.
Burnley are looking to secure their first league double over the Potters since the 2002-03 campaign. A Burnley victory is 3.65.
The Clarets haven't won four consecutive top-flight away games since September 1961. The draw is 9/43.25.
Meanwhile, Stoke haven't lost four consecutive home top-flight games since a run of six in May 1985. Burnley are 6/42.52 in the Draw No Bet market.
Stoke have only won one of their last 15 Premier League games played in April (D5 L9), beating Hull 3-1 last season. Burnley are 8/111.72 Double Chance.
Following West Brom's win at the weekend, Stoke are now on the longest current winless run in the Premier League (10 games). Burnley are 5/16.2 to win half-time/full-time.
Since the start of last season, Burnley are unbeaten in all eight of their Premier League games played against sides starting that day in the relegation zone, winning four and drawing four. The draw half-time/Burnley full-time double result is 6/17.0.
This will be the third time these managers have met in a league match, with Sean Dyche unbeaten in the previous two, both as Burnley manager (draw with Aston Villa in November 2014, beat Blackburn in March 2016). The draw half-time/full-time is 4/14.9.
After winning his first Premier League game in charge of Stoke, Paul Lambert is now winless in his last 10. Only three managers in the competition have had as long a wait for a second win at a club having won their first in charge - Brian Clough (11 games with Nottingham Forest), Alan Curbishley (12 games with West Ham) and Dave Bassett (13 games with Nottingham Forest). Burnley are 9/25.5 to win to nil.
Chris Wood has scored five away goals for Burnley this season - the most away goals netted by a Burnley player in a single Premier League campaign is six, by Danny Ings in 2014-15. Wood is 12/53.4 to score.
Dan Fitch 2017/18 Season P/L
Staked: 448.00 pts
Returned: 464.37 pts
P/L: +16.37 pts