Burnley v Swansea City – 101 Great Goals prediction: Burnley 1-0 Swansea
Swansea head into this one inside the relegation zone following four straight defeats.
After back-to-back victories for the first time this season, Burnley are sitting pretty with the big boys near the top of the table.
Burnley v Swansea football betting tips
Burnley are favourites for the win, rated by the bookies at 21/20.
Swansea are also in the mix for the victory, but are longer odds at 11/4.
Draw at half-time and a Burnley win at full time is 4/1.
Burnley v Swansea: Premier League preview
High-flying Burnley host Swansea City at Turf Moor on Saturday.
Prior to the international break, Burnley beat Southampton 1-0 at Saint Mary’s. Sam Vokes’ late winner earned the Clarets their second consecutive 1-0 victory.
The result leaves Burnley 7th in the Premier League table, level on 19 points with Liverpool and Arsenal.
Swansea’s woes continued, meanwhile, as they lost 1-0 at home to Brighton. Paul Clement’s side are 19th, two points away from safety.
The Swans may take some confidence from the fact that they have been slightly better on their travels than at home this season. Likewise, Burnley have also picked up more points away than they have at Turf Moor, so perhaps the result is not a forgone conclusion.
Burnley team news v Swansea
Stephen Ward and Jeff Hendrick are available after featuring in the Republic of Ireland’s World Cup play-off matches.
Nick Pope will continue in goal in Tom Heaton’s absence.
Chris Wood played in Peru during the early hours of Wednesday morning and could struggle to be 100% for this one.
Jonathan Walters remains a long-term absentee with a knee injury, while Dean Marney is lacking match fitness.
Swansea team news v Burnley
Martin Olsson is expected to be available after coming through the international break unscathed, while Leon Britton has recovered from illness.
Earlier in the week, Swansea announced that veteran full-back Angel Rangel would replace Britton as the club’s captain after Britton was given a player-coach role. 35-year-old Rangel himself is a doubt for the match with a groin strain.
Clement will be hoping to have Wilfried Bony and Renato Sanches available. The duo are both doubts due to muscle strains.
Kyle Bartley remains sidelined until December at the earliest.
Jack Cork is set to face his former side.