Match Preview: Burnley 0-0 Arsenal Predictions and Betting Tips, Premier League

Tips & Predictions For Today, February 2, 2020.

League: ENGLAND: Premier League – Round 25
Match: 15:00 Burnley – Arsenal
Tip: Over 1.5 Goals
Odd: 1.35
Bookmaker: 1xbet
Match Result: 0:0 LOST

Match Preview

  • Burnley approach this Premier League (PL) clash after two straight league wins characterised by a second-half clean sheet. The first of those victories (2-1 vs Leicester) marked their first PL home win after conceding the opener since January 2019, and their third league outing in four at Turf Moor settled by a single-goal margin.
  • The hosts’ last home win was also their first PL home victory since February 2019 to see both teams score. Following that result, 75% (three) of their last four PL home victories have yielded a one-goal margin, with the winning goal arriving in the second half in each of that trio.
  • PL ‘Draw Kings’ Arsenal (D12) travel north unbeaten in four league games (W1, D3), with the last two of those draws seeing an equaliser beyond the 80th minute either way. The ‘Gunners’ are also unbeaten in six league outings on hostile turf (W1, D5), though none of those draws saw one team net consecutive match goals.
  • The ‘Gunners’ won the second half (after a first half lost by a one-goal margin) in three of the four score draws in the above away sequence, somewhat reflecting the fact that five of Arsenal’s last six PL away goals have arrived beyond the hour mark (61’-FT).
  • Players to watch: Chris Wood has been Burnley’s first scorer in each of the Clarets’ last three goalscoring PL home games.
  • Rising star Gabriel Martinelli has scored ‘Goal 2’ (for 1-1) in both of Arsenal’s last two PL away games to produce over 3.5 total goals (W1, D1).
  • Stat attack: Burnley have remarkably gone 19 PL home games without a draw.
  • Arsenal last drew four straight league games back in 2008/09 (as part of five).
  • The hosts lament a 66.67% loss rate in PL home games entered as outsiders this campaign.
  • Arsenal have won their last four league visits here, doing so after a goalless first half on the last three occasions.