Burnley (0-1-5) at Brighton (1-2-4)
Premier League Soccer: Friday, November 6 2020 at 12:30 PM (Amex Stadium)
The Line: Brighton -120 / Burnley +330 / Draw +255 -- Over/Under: 2.5 Click to Get Latest Betting Odds
Brighton faces Burnley on Friday, November 6th at Amex Stadium for an English Premier League match.
Brighton is coming off a 2-1 loss on the road to Tottenham Hotspur in its most recent Premier League match. Brighton was able to equalize the match in the 56th minute on a Tariq Lamptey goal. Gareth Bale scored for Tottenham in the 73rd to seal the win for Tottenham, handing Brighton its third loss in five matches. Brighton is now 1-2-4, which puts the club in 16th place in the Premier League standings. Being near the bottom of the standings is something Brighton is used to, as last season the same could be said towards the end of the campaign. Brighton is currently on a six-match winless streak, with five of those matches being in Premier League action. Brighton has scored 11 goals and has conceded 14, therefore the club has a -3 goal differential so far this season.
Burnley is coming off a 3-0 loss to Chelsea at home in its last match. Burnley is having the worst possible start to a Premier League season that it could ever think of. Burnley is winless, 0-1-5 to start the year and Burnley finds itself in dead last in the Premier League standings. The offense has been the biggest issue for this Burnley club, as through six matches Burnley has only scored a total of three goals. That will not get it done in any league in the world, let alone the Premier League. Burnley has a -9 goal differential this season, which is second-worst only to West Brom.
The last time Brighton and Burnley met was on July 26th of 2020. Brighton won that match by the final score of 2-1 on the road.
Burnley is having serious scoring issues, and the club has looked awful to start the season. Burnley needs to figure out what is going wrong in a hurry, or else relegation will be inevitable. Until that, I have to fade this Burnley club at all costs. I like Brighton to break its losing streak and pick up a big three points at home against a spiraling Burnley squad.