Burnley Football Betting News & Previews

Burnley Betting News
Everton's Manager Hunt Goes On


We take a look at some of the contenders to be the next Everton manager.

Published : 16/11/17 10:17 AM
Everton in new manager hunt


Everton are looking for a new manager Ronald Koeman's departure with Sean Dyche the bookies' favourite.

Published : 24/10/17 13:38 PM
Potters to send Trotters down


6/4 for home win at the Britannia

Published : 12/05/12 10:21 AM
Trotters on the brink as Spurs seek redemption


Hodgson’s appointment can spur on Tottenham.

Published : 02/05/12 16:12 PM
Villa cut to 11/2 for relegation


Villans edge perilously close to relegation zone.

Published : 25/04/12 10:21 AM
Resurgent Wigan made odds-against for drop


Bookies impressed by recent Wigan form.

Published : 12/04/12 12:26 PM
Five go odds-on for the drop


Bookies suggest relegation is between five.

Published : 27/02/12 10:52 AM
Bolton odds-on in race for Zaha


Wanderers 8/13 to sign youngster.

Published : 31/01/12 10:33 AM
Battling Bolton boys to go in the book


Trotters to rough up Reds.

Published : 21/01/12 09:34 AM
Bolton's loss is Chelsea's gain


Cahill can slot staright into back four.

Published : 18/01/12 16:22 PM

Manager: Sean Dyche

Full Name: Burnley Football Club

Nickname: The Clarets

Stadium: Turf Moor

Capacity: 21,800

Chairman: Mike Garlick

Burnley Betting Info

Burnley have flirted with establishing themselves in the Premier League for almost a decade now, but it seems that a lack of goals always seems to catch up on them and send the club back to the Championship.

Not last season. Although they were still far from a free-scoring outfit, their record at Turf Moor gave them the cushion they needed to survive last term and at one point, only Chelsea had a superior home record to that of the Clarets. That's eventual champions Chelsea, by the way.

Burnley don't believe in spending big money and if you believe reports, Andre Gray is going to be on his way to Newcastle before long. They will have to buck traditions and spend some money if they want to survive in England's top-tier and if they don't, it could be a really long season for Dyche and his men.