Premier League Prediction Burnley vs West Bromwich


Match Venue: Turf Moor, Burnley

Match Date:  19 August 2017 | 22:00 (Asia GMT+8)

12BET (Football Tip) Burnley and West Bromwich Albion are fighting at a fairly equal level. Both will enter the battle with three points which they gathered since the season started. With this, expect the two teams to display unyielding performances.

Head to Head Matches

06-05-2017      Burnley 2:2 West Bromwich Albion

21-11-2016      West Bromwich Albion 4:0 Burnley

08-02-2015      Burnley 2:2 West Bromwich Albion

28-09-2014      West Bromwich Albion 4:0 Burnley

03-02-2009      Burnley 3:1 West Bromwich Albion

Team Analysis


The men of Sean Dyche surprised and defeated the reigning Premier League champs after the 2-3 battle at the Stamford Bridge.

Sam Vokes led Burnley ahead by netting the ball at the 24th minute. The score was doubled when Stephen Ward struck powerfully. And again, Vokes delivered a goal which made his side to have three stunning goals before the half-time.

Chelsea tried to improve their performance in the second half. Alvaro was able to score and gave his side a single point. David Luiz also made a goal at the late minutes. But the Blues’ efforts weren’t enough to win against Burnley in this match.

West Bromwich Albion

West Brom took victory in the match against Bournemouth. Ironically, the Cherries had the majority of ball control, but unfortunately failed to slot home throughout the 90-minute match.

Meanwhile, the Baggies’ new signing Ahmed Hegazi made his debut in the Premier League by lifting his team to beat the men of Eddie Howe. Hegazi’s goal in the first half secured the win for the team. The defenses of West Brom proved enough to keep out the Cherries from scoring.


If West Brom could build a good performance in this match over Burnley, they can surely get back-to-back success following their victory last weekend.

West Bromwich 2.90 (betting odds might change)

Score: 1-3

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