Burnley can make home advantage count on Monday by beating Newcastle United in a low-scoring match at Turf Moor.
The Clarets, so good on home soil last term, have only won one top-flight match on their own ground so far this season, but have triumphed at Chelsea and Everton as well as drawing with Liverpool and Tottenham on their travels.
What a difference to last season when Sean Dyche’s side only won one Premier League match away from home – and that was not until late April at Crystal Palace.
All four of Burnley’s Premier League home wins in 2017 have been by a 1-0 scoreline and the odds on that result occurring again on Monday are good value at 27/4.
Matches at Turf Moor have produced only four goals this season, the fewest in the division, so the chances of a goal glut seem extremely unlikely with a 0-0 draw available at tempting odds of 19/4.
Newcastle start the match eighth in the table despite only scoring ten goals in their first nine Premier League matches of the campaign.
Rafa Benitez will have his side well-organised but the Magpies lack flair and no player has scored more than two goals for them this season.
Dwight Gayle looks set to return from injury for Newcastle and is 6/4 to score at any time in the match but Burnley have injury concerns over strike duo Chris Wood and Sam Vokes.
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