By News Team
Last Updated: 21st January 2022
Norwich’s win last weekend has seen Burnley slide to the bottom of the Premier League table.
Winless in their last seven (D4 L3), and with key players out, it’s a testing time for the Clarets. But they have more games in hand than any other team, so there’s still time and there’s no doubt they have the determination.
We’ve taken a look at all you need to know about Burnley – from their next league game, to the latest football betting odds.
When is the next Burnley Premier League fixture?
Burnley visit London to face Arsenal on Sunday at 14:00. They’ll be looking to win two consecutive away league games against the Gunners for just the third time, having won this exact fixture 1-0. They previously did this in 1950 and 1960.
What are the odds that Burnley win their next game?
Burnley are currently 10/1 to take three points back to Lancashire. They’ve won five of their last nine Premier League visits to the capital, already more than they managed in their first 30 visits to London in the competition. The draw is priced at 18/5.
Arsenal have lost 100% of the Premier League games in which they’ve conceded first this season. For Burnley to score first, it’s 27/10. If you think this game might feature a repeat of this exact fixture last season and open with an own goal, it’s 20/1.
What is the latest Burnley injury and transfer news?
Ashley Barnes is back in training but will still be out until February. Maxwel Cornet is still away on international duty. Charlie Taylor and Johann Berg Gudmundsson are nursing knocks but could be available. While Nathan Collins, Dwight McNeil, Matej Vydra, and Erik Pieters are battling illness.
Who are Burnley’s key players?
With Maxwell Cornet away on international duty, a lot will rest on the shoulders of Dwight McNeil to bring the creativity for Burnley. Goalkeeper Nick Pope is also a key part of the Clarets squad, alongside defenders Ben Mee and James Tarkowski.
Burnley Premier League fixtures
The Burnley Premier League fixtures for the 2021/22 season in full are below:
|14/08/2021||15:00||Burnley v Brighton||1-2|
|21/08/2021||12:30||Liverpool v Burnley||2-0|
|29/08/2021||14:00||Burnley v Leeds United||1-1|
|13/09/2021||20:00||Everton v Burnley||3-1|
|18/09/2021||15:00||Burnley v Arsenal||0-1|
|25/09/2021||15:00||Leicester City v Burnley||2-2|
|02/10/2021||15:00||Burnley v Norwich City||0-0|
|16/10/2021||15:00||Manchester City v Burnley||2-0|
|23/10/2021||15:00||Southampton v Burnley||2-2|
|30/10/2021||15:00||Burnley v Brentford||3-1|
|06/11/2021||15:00||Chelsea v Burnley||1-1|
|20/11/2021||15:00||Burnley v Crystal Palace||3-3|
|27/11/2021||15:00||Burnley v Tottenham Hotspur||0-1|
|30/11/2021||19:45||Wolverhampton v Burnley||0-0|
|04/12/2021||15:00||Newcastle United v Burnley||1-0|
|11/12/2021||15:00||Burnley v West Ham United||0-0|
|14/12/2021||19:45||Burnley v Watford|
|18/12/2021||15:00||Aston Villa v Burnley|
|26/12/2021||15:00||Burnley v Everton|
|28/12/2021||15:00||Manchester United v Burnley||3-1|
|01/01/2022||15:00||Leeds United v Burnley||3-1|
|15/01/2022||15:00||Burnley v Leicester City|
|22/01/2022||15:00||Arsenal v Burnley|
|08/02/2022||19:45||Burnley v Manchester United|
|12/02/2022||15:00||Burnley v Liverpool|
|19/02/2022||15:00||Brighton v Burnley|
|26/02/2022||15:00||Crystal Palace v Burnley|
|05/03/2022||15:00||Burnley v Chelsea|
|12/03/2022||15:00||Brentford v Burnley|
|19/03/2022||15:00||Burnley v Southampton|
|02/04/2022||15:00||Burnley v Manchester City|
|09/04/2022||15:00||Norwich City v Burnley|
|16/04/2022||15:00||West Ham United v Burnley|
|23/04/2022||15:00||Burnley v Wolverhampton|
|30/04/2022||15:00||Watford v Burnley|
|07/05/2022||15:00||Burnley v Aston Villa|
|15/05/2022||15:00||Tottenham Hotspur v Burnley|
|22/05/2022||16:00||Burnley v Newcastle United|
What are the Burnley odds to avoid relegation from the Premier League?
Burnley find themselves at the foot of the table. They’re currently odds-on to be relegated and 7/2 to finish bottom at the end of the season. But the Clarets have five games in hand over some sides, so there’s plenty of time left for them to turn things around. It’s 6/4 that the Clarets stay up.
Who is the manager of Burnley?
Sean Dyche twice led Burnley back to the Premier League and has been instrumental in keeping them there for the past five seasons. But the pressure is starting to mount on Dyche after recent results. He’s now the 5/1 second favourite, behind Claudio Ranieri, to be the next Premier League manager to leave.
Where is Burnley’s stadium?
Burnley play at the 21,944-capacity Turf Moor in in Burnley, Lancashire, having played their home games there since 1883. It is the second-longest continuously used stadium in English professional football.