Sheffield United vs Burnley Predictions & Betting Odds – 2nd November 2019

Blades can sink Burnley at the Lane

Sheffield United vs Burnley Betting Tips – Premier League, 2nd November 3.00pm

It’s been a great effort by Sheffield United so far this season who are up in the top ten in the table. They have suffered only one loss in their last five and are proving such a hard team to beat. Chris Wilder’s men play host to Burnley this weekend. The Clarets have suffered back to back defeats and were beaten heavily by Chelsea last time out. Read our predictions for Sheffield United vs Burnley.

Sheffield United vs Burnley Betting Odds*

1 X 2
11/10 9/4 5/2

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Sheffield United vs Burnley Live Stats & Betting Odds

Sheffield United News and Form – Can the Blades beat Burnley?

Last weekend Sheffield United earned a point in a 1-1 draw with West Ham. That moved Chris Wilder’s men on to a three-match undefeated streak of form. They had a big success in their last league home game did Sheffield United, as they claimed a 1-0 win over Arsenal. They are now W2 L3 at Bramall Lane in this campaign. The win over Arsenal snapped a three-match losing streak at home which they were on.

Sheffield United 1-0 HT Score


The one disappointing thing for the Blades will be their lack of goal output. They have only managed to score twice in their last four games. They have only scored in three of their last six league fixtures. On home soil, Sheffield United have only scored three times this season. But their strengths have all been in their work rate and their defence.

It is only four goals at home which the Blades have conceded. No team has conceded fewer league goals than they have done this season in the top flight. Of the four goals they have conceded at home, three of them have been in the second half of games. It is only three times that United have scored the opening goal of the game. Only two teams have netted fewer goals than they have.

Sheffield United vs Burnely Head to Head

Burnley are unbeaten in five games against Sheffield United
This is the first meeting since the 2010/11 Championship
Burnley have won three of the last four against United
Four of the last six meetings have over 2.5 goals

Key-Facts – Sheffield United vs Burnley

  • The Blades have the joint-best defensive record in the league
  • Burnley have won 1 of their last 10 EPL away games
  • Sheffield United are unbeaten in three league fixtures


Burnley News and Form – Can the Clarets beat Sheffield United?

It has been back to back league losses for Burnely who collapsed at home against Chelsea last weekend. That was a 4-2 loss which the Clarets suffered. So they need to find a way to snap out of that quickly and get back to winning ways. But they have been better at home than on the road. They are yet to win an away game this season with a D3 L2 record and lost at Leicester last time on the road.

A positive trend for the Clarets though is that they have scored in all five road games. They don’t have an away clean sheet under their belt just yet though. Home and away Burnley have conceded at least two goals in their last two played. In total out on the road in the top flight, Burnley have failed to win any of their last seven.

It has been only one away win in their last ten played as well. So they are struggling pretty badly in that department. All of the road games which Burnley have taken a point away from this season have all been against teams who are sat currently in the bottom half of the table. So with Sheffield United currently at a top-ten side, how will the Clarets get on at Bramall Lane as they look for a lift in form?

Sheffield United vs Burnley Tips & Odds

1-0 Correct Score Sheffield United 11/10
Under 1.5 goals at 2/1

* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on October 29th, 2019 at 1:15 p.m.)

Sheffield United vs Burnley Predictions

Sheffield United to win: The home win is not a bad option at all in this one. You are basically banking on the defensive strength of the Blades which is so good. They may well be able to shut down the direct style of the Clarets. Home win.