Burnley’s return to the Premier League, after winning the Championship in 2015/16, marked an expeditious return to the top tier of English football for a proud club in the northwest of England. They followed their promotion up with a solid season in the Premier League, maintaining the team’s status in the top flight for at least one more season. If you’re interested in betting on, or against Burnley, you’ve come to the right place. Read on to find all tips on best pratices when putting money down on Burnley.  [+]


Best Burnley Betting Lines

Who do The Clarets play next? Whoever they take on, expect a committed game, with Burnley prepared to fight harder than anyone to preserve their Premier League status. 

English League Cup » Efl Cup
Tuesday 26 September
Salford City

Burnley @ Salford City


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Burnley Season Schedule

It’s always a good idea to refer frequently to the Burnley’s game schedule. You can source games in the future that appeal most in betting terms. 

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Burnley League Standings

Expect Burnley to be fighting to remain their Premier League status each and every season. Find out how they’re faring in the current campaign. 


How To Win Burnley Bets

Burnley retained their spot in the Premier League thanks to a proficient home record. The Clarets finished with the ninth best home record in the league, a quite remarkable point return.

They lost six home game and conceded only 20 goals in 19 matches at Turf Moor. It's an extremely intimidating place to play, evinced further by how Burnley is to beat and break down. If it weren't for their wondrous home record, Burnley might have been destined for a more abject fate, similar to Middlesbrough, Hull and Sunderland.

Accumulating only seven away points, Burnley had the league's second worst away record. Their only away win came at Crystal Palace towards the tail end of the season, showing just how much they struggled on their travels. Things went poorly in every aspect of Burnley's away play, including the team's defense. They allowed 35 goals on the road, which wasn't the most glaringly bad stat.

Burnley managed only 13 away goals in 19 matches, emboldening how anemic their offense was in hostile environments. Avoid Burnley as futures bets and think hard about pegging them as future relegation favorites. If they can't sort out their away form, they'll more than likely be relegated in one of the coming seasons.

Don't expect them to maintain their unexpectedly exquisite home record either.