Premier League Betting Score Prediction this week presents a super classic match between Brighton vs. Burnley which will be broadcast by Bein Sport on Sunday, February 10 2019, playing at Amex Stadium, at 00:30 WIB.
English Premier League this week has entered the 26th week, where all the team occupants of the standings are required to win in order to maintain their position next season. It can be seen now that the position is difficult while going on at Burnley, where they are ranked 17th with only 24 points.
These points are inversely proportional to Brighton who are currently ranked 13th and are a little confident about what they have prepared in recent days.
Asian Handicap Market – Brighton vs. Burnley:
Brighton 0: 0 Burnley
Score Prediction – Brighton vs. Burnley:
Brighton 1-0 Burnley
Brighton is a strong and confident team when playing in public. It will certainly be very dangerous for the upcoming Burnley with a minimum of strength, as they are claimed to lack a core player due to injury.
This situation made Brighton superior, our prediction team was so sure that Brighton would take control of the game and be able to dismantle Burnley’s defense which was known to be very bad in recent weeks.
The predicted 2-0 score is worth closing out today’s match, because Brighton is still too strong for Burnley, who has no direction in his current game.
Head to head Matches – Brighton vs. Burnley:
[08/12/18] Burnley 1–0 Brighton
[28/04/18] Burnley 0–0 Brighton
[16/12/17] Brighton 0–0 Burnley
[02/04/16] Brighton 2–2 Burnley
[22/11/15] Burnley 1–1 Brighton
Brighton’s Last 5 Matches:
[07/02/19] West Brom 1–3 Brighton
[02/02/19] Brighton 0–0 Watford
[30/01/19] Fulham 4–2 Brighton
[26/01/19] Brighton 0–0 West Brom
[19/01/19] Manchester Utd 2–1 Brighton
Burnley’s Last 5 Matches:
[02/02/19] Burnley 1–1 Southampton
[30/01/19] Manchester Utd 2–2 Burnley
[26/01/19] Manchester City 5–0 Burnley
[19/01/19] Watford 0–0 Burnley
[12/01/19] Burnley 2–1 Fulham
Brighton: Mathew Ryan, Martin Montoya, Shane Duffy, Lewis Dunk, Gaetan Bong, Pascal Gross, Dale Stephens, Davy Propper, Solomon March, Glenn Murray, Jurgen Locadia.
Burnley: Tom Heaton, Phillip Bardsley, James Tarkowski, Ben Mee, Charlie Taylor, Jeff Hendrick, Ashley Westwood, Jack Cork, Dwight McNeil, Ashley Barnes, Chris Wood.