Everton vs Burnley betting tips: Premier League preview & prediction

Everton vs Burnley 101 Great Goals prediction: Everton 2-0 Burnley

After recent dominant performances at Goodison Park, Everton will be looking to keep their impressive home form going when they host Burnley on Friday.

The Toffees have won all of their last three games at Goodison, with wins against Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester United.

Now, they face off against a Burnley side playing for a mid-table finish.

Sean Dyche’s side have already confirmed their place in the Premier League next season but could climb as high as 12th with a win at Goodison Park.

With that in mind, it could be a tasty affair.

Everton vs Burnley: Who will win?

Going into this game, it will come as no surprise that Everton are the favourites.

With their recent performances at home, the Toffees go into this game at odds of 4/7 to win.

The bookies giving Burnley no chance, clearly.

They go into the game at outside odds of 19/4.

Meanwhile, a draw is currently priced at 3/1.

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LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND – MARCH 17: Cesar Azpilicueta of Chelsea reacts after Richarlison of Everton scores his sides first goal during the Premier League match between Everton FC and Chelsea FC at Goodison Park on March 17, 2019 in Liverpool, United Kingdom. (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images)

A 2-0 win for Everton, as we predict, can be found at odds of 7/1.

The both teams to score market could be an interesting choice for this one.

Everton have faced off against Liverpool, Chelsea, Man United and Arsenal without conceding a single goal during that time.

It would be an understatement that the club have made their historic ground a fortress.

With that in mind, both teams not to score and an Everton win is priced at 8/5.

Everton vs Burnley match preview

What an up and down month or so it’s been for Marco Silva’s Everton.

The Toffees had just lost to Newcastle despite going 2-0 up in the first half.

Three goals in the last 20 minutes saw Silva questioned and rightly so.

Though, no one could have expected what came next.

Everton would first beat Chelsea, then West Ham away from home with a dominant performance.

Then the Toffees hosted Arsenal, who they comprehensively beat, much to the surprise of even the home fans!

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND – APRIL 21: Manchester United players look dejected during the Premier League match between Everton FC and Manchester United at Goodison Park on April 21, 2019 in Liverpool, United Kingdom. (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images)

Even more surprisingly, Everton then went out and lost 2-0 to already relegated Fulham.

Just when the Toffees fans were brought back down to earth, another impressive home performance followed.

This time Everton beat Manchester United 2-0.

Despite their lacklustre performance against Palace in their last outing, there is no doubt that Everton are a force to be respected when playing at Goodison Park.

Should they play like they have in their last three games at home, Burnley will have to produce a mammoth performance to get anything out of this clash.

Can the Clarets silence Goodison?

Burnley haven’t quite been able to match their stunning campaign last season.

Sean Dyche took his Clarets side all the way to the Europa League.

While they couldn’t make it to the group stage, it was an immense achievement and many fans hoped it would be the same this year.

However, it’s not quite gone that way.

The early start to Burnley’s season really put them in a spin, struggling to get any momentum early on in the campaign.

BURNLEY, ENGLAND – FEBRUARY 23: Ashley Barnes of Burnley celebrates after scoring his team’s second goal during the Premier League match between Burnley FC and Tottenham Hotspur at Turf Moor on February 23, 2019 in Burnley, United Kingdom. (Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images)

In recent weeks, though, the club have been silently been going about their business and picking up a good amount of points.

In fact, Burnley have only lost one of their last five games and that defeat came against Manchester City on Sunday in a close affair.

Wins against Wolves, Bournemouth and Cardiff as well as a 2-2 draw with Chelsea has propelled them up the table and Burnley could now finish in a respectable mid-table spot.

Should they find a way to win against Everton, that would put them in great stead ahead of the final game against Arsenal.

Everton team news vs Burnley

There aren’t too many problems injury wise for Everton.

Richarlison and Lucas Digne both started in the game against Crystal Palace despite the pair picking up injuries in the outing against Manchester United.

Both will be expected to stay in the team despite frustrating performances against Palace.

Yerry Mina could return to the fold with the Colombian returning to training after a recent injury.

One player who will miss the game is Andre Gomes.

The Portuguese midfielder will serve the last game of his three-game ban when the Clarets visit Goodison.

Burnley team news vs Everton

There are a number of players set to miss the clash against Everton.

Aaron Lennon has been struggling with an injury of late and could miss the game against his former club.

Ex-Liverpool man Peter Crouch is in the same boat, having only recently rejoined the club on the training ground.

Steven Defour has already been ruled out for the season and will miss the game at Goodison.

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