Our recommended bet for Saturday’s clash at Turf Moor comes in the form of a Burnley victory over Coventry City, featuring goals from both teams.
A £10 wager for such an outcome will secure you a return of £35 with Betway.
Table-topping Burnley will be out to extend their advantage at the Championship summit ever further this Saturday, January 14th, as they prepare to welcome a Coventry City outfit in the midst of a concerning spell of form to Turf Moor.
The Clarets, of course, have proven the standout performers in England’s 2nd tier across the season to date.
All told, across 26 fixtures, they have rattled off 16 wins, to go along with just two defeats.
Recent weeks in particular, though, have seen Vincent Kompany’s troops take things to another level.
Save for a hard-fought League Cup exit at the hands of Manchester United, Burnley have emerged triumphant from all of their fixtures dating back to the beginning of November.
Last time out, the Lancashire outfit proved their top-flight credentials, too, in following up an Ian Maatsen-inspired league downing of Swansea City by sending Bournemouth packing from the FA Cup.
Kompany’s men, as a result, have booked a 4th round tie with League One Ipswich Town, whilst boasting a five-point advantage atop the Championship standings.
Safe to say, then, that the Clarets will likely be confident in their chances of making it nine wins from ten across all competitions this coming Saturday.
This comes with their upcoming opponents having endured an altogether less fruitful time of things of late.
Coventry, heading into November’s World Cup break, had actually established themselves as one of the English 2nd tier’s most in-form sides, surging clear of the relegation zone courtesy of an impressive string of victories.
Since their return to action early last month, however, the Sky Blues have seen their form fall off the face of a cliff.
A stretch of just one win from six in the league has culminated in Mark Robins’ side falling off the pace of the promotion playoff battle, to slip firmly back into the bottom half of the table.
And yet, their most concerning result in some time actually came last time out, in the cup.
A home meeting with National League outfit Wrexham saw Coventry emerge on the wrong side of a seven-goal thriller, to see their FA Cup dreams dashed in frankly embarrassing fashion.
We at 101, for altogether obvious reasons, are therefore backing hosts Burnley to add further to the woes of the Sky Blues come the final whistle at Turf Moor on Saturday afternoon.