Brighton v Burnley Betting Tips: 1 AH-0.25, 2019-02-09

Premier League Tips

Premier League
Saturday 9th February 2019
Kickoff: 1730hrs
Pick: Brighton AH-0.25
Bookmaker: Bet Victor
Odds: 1.75 (odds taken at 23:48 GMT, 08 Feb 2019)

The evening kick-off in the Premier League on Saturday sees Brighton taking on Burnley as the betting tips continue at the AMEX Stadium with Brighton looking to end a run of five league matches without a win.

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Brighton Prediction

Although Brighton head into this clash having failed to win any of their last five league matches, it’s nevertheless been a successful campaign for manager Chris Hughton and The Seagulls as they’ve avoided being dragged down into the relegation mire, with Premier League survival their number one priority.

The bigger picture tells us that Brighton have managed just one win from their last 10 matches in the top flight which was a 1-0 home win over Everton but they’ve also picked up useful points against Arsenal, West Ham and Watford.

The form at the AMEX Stadium still represents Brighton’s best chance of picking up further points in this season’s Premier League campaign as they’ve won just 2 of their 13 away matches to date, but a solid home record of 5-4-3 15/12 has kept them out of trouble thus far and includes just two defeats from their last nine on home turf.


Key-Facts – Brighton v Burnley

  • Brighton have lost just 2 of their last 9 home matches
  • Burnley have drawn their last 3 matches on the trot
  • Burnley have failed to score in 7 of their 13 away matches


Burnley Prediction

Visitors Burnley continue to flirt with the relegation zone as they sit just one league position and two points above the bottom three and third from bottom club Cardiff City, although Burnley have shown signs of a recovery in recent weeks under manager Sean Dyche.

Burnley have strung together a promising run of six league matches without defeat as The Clarets have shown sparks of their former selves with wins against West Ham, Huddersfield Town and Fulham – two of which have been at Turf Moor though.

Recent matches have seen Burnley stuck in ‘draw mode’ as they’ve drawn their last three matches on the trot with stalemates against Watford 0-0 away, a creditable 2-2 draw at Manchester United and 1-1 with Southampton.

They’re also unbeaten in their last three away matches within an away record of 2-4-7 11/24 which still remains disappointing.

In addition, Burnley have failed to score in 7 of their 13 away matches and this could be a telling factor in the outcome of this tussle.

Betting Tips Verdict

Brighton tend not to lose too many at the AMEX while Burnley still struggle for away wins – back the hosts with the handicap here.