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Brighton vs Burnley in the Premier League on Feb 19. 2022 - Odds & Prediction

Brighton vs Burnley in the Premier League on Feb 19. 2022 - Odds & Prediction

After losing to Manchester United on Tuesday night, Brighton missed the opportunity to move into 8th place in the Premier League and although that would have been frustrating for manager Graham Potter, the same opportunity is afforded to them this weekend.

While when it comes to missed opportunities, Burnley know this topic very well and after missing a litany of chances against Liverpool last Sunday, it was nothing less than a frustrating afternoon for Sean Dyche and his players.

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Brighton To Win To Nil

With defeat to Manchester United now behind them, Brighton will look to bounce back in the best possible fashion and with a visit of Burnley on the weekend horizon, the Clarets are arguably the ideal opposition to fulfil that aim.

Which means a look at the best betting sites has thrown up a number of interesting options before Saturday’s encounter by the sea and with Brighton clear favourites to come out on top, it is time to build on this sentiment.

One that comes with backing Graham Potter’s men to win to nil and if you think it is going to be another long afternoon for Burnley in front of goal, you can join me in backing this outcome at odds of 17/10 with Sportnation.

Brighton Form, squad news, opinion

It is a case of as you were for Brighton after Tuesday’s trip to Old Trafford and with Graham Potter’s men succumbing to a 2-0 loss to Manchester United, it also meant their first league defeat in eight outings.

A run of results which has kept Brighton firmly in the top-half of the Premier League table and although defeat to the Red Devils will be something of a bitter pill to swallow, there is still plenty of optimism within the Seagulls camp right now.

Because although Brighton are still easy on the eye, they are now finding more of a cutting edge and even though they were blunt in midweek, their reverse to Manchester United was only their fifth league loss of the season.

With them starting the weekend’s action lying 9th in the Premier League table, the conversation regarding European qualification has just got a little noisier in recent weeks and with Spurs stuttering ahead of them, they will be the next target on Brighton’s list.

Should results go in Brighton’s favour and this means a win against Burnley on Saturday while Tottenham lose at Manchester City later that same day, then the North London outfit would be leapfrogged. A move that might just increase the volume regarding European qualification.

In terms of injuries and suspensions for the visit of Burnley, there are no new injury concerns for manager Graham Potter, and this means that the pair of Tudor Baluta and Enock Mwepu are once again unavailable. However, Lewis Dunk will be out after being sent off against Manchester United.

Burnley Form, squad news, opinion

After the events of last weekend, things are now getting even tougher for Burnley and with the Clarets now finding themselves seven points from safety, their quest for survival has moved on to a more treacherous path.

With no wins from their last 11 league outings - the joint worst streak in the division right now, Burnley are relying on their games in hand to get them out of such a mess and although they have as many as three games spare over Norwich in 18th, they may not be worth all that much.

Because at the top of the table, games in hand are exactly what you want and with confidence brimming, maximum points usually follow. However, when you are at the bottom, points on the board are always more favourable.

While it is points on the board that have simply eluded Burnley this season and although it is not for the want of trying, Sean Dyche’s men are simply not getting the run of the green during this campaign.

Something that was evident on Sunday, as they huffed and puffed but failed to blow Liverpool’s house down and in doing so, at least one point for their efforts managed to slip through their fingers.

In terms of injuries and suspensions for the trip to Brighton, manager Sean Dyche can call upon a clean bill of health and he will need each of his 25-man squad primed and ready for Saturday’s trip to the South Coast.


When it comes to history between Brighton and Burnley, they are largely level pegging, although the Seagulls have been flying high during the last five meetings and this is courtesy of avoiding defeat since September 2019.

In terms of their overall head-to-head record, Brighton have won on 12 occasions, Burnley 11 and there have been 15 draws

About the Venue

After Brighton made their anticipated move to The Amex Stadium in 2011, the next task was to earn promotion to the Premier League and although it took a number of years, they now also have a team worthy of playing at such a magnificent stadium.

With COVID-19 restrictions being lifted in England, it means there is no longer the need to show a Vaccine Passport before attending the ground. Which means, match tickets are the only item that is required to be produced at the time of writing.


For Brighton their remit is to finish as high up the league table as possible and even if a trip to Europe next season is out of their grasp, an additional amount of prize money will certainly be welcomed at the same time.

While a trip to Europe is what Burnley could only dream off and when looking at the Premier League odds for relegation, the bookmakers are of the belief that the EFL Championship will soon beckon for the Clarets.

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