Burnley entertain Everton in the early Premier League kick-off on Saturday and they may be able to end a winless run that has stretched for 12 games against the Goodison Park club.
The Clarets were involved in the fight for Europe going into December but the wins have dried up recently, despite the fact they still sit seventh in the table.
However, Burnley’s form at home remains fairly impressive regardless of the fact they haven’t managed a win in their last five games. Defeats to Spurs, Manchester United and Liverpool were to be expected and they have managed consecutive draws, including an unlikely point against the Manchester City juggernaut.
A last-minute equaliser denied the Clarets a win over Southampton in their last Turf Moor outing but they can finally end their drought when Everton arrive tomorrow.
The Merseyside outfit have been woeful on their travels in recent weeks and have lost their last five successive games away from home. Their record overall isn’t much better with just two wins in their last 11 games, and they a lengthy injury list with up to eight players unavailable.
There are a few games from across Europe this evening, and, in Germany, Werder Bremen could be worth the risk at 3/1 to win at Borussia Monchengladbach.
Bremen picked up a win at Schalke earlier this month before taking Bayer Leverkusen to extra time in the cup at the BayArena, while Gladbach have just one win in their last five and a big injury list to contend with.