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There is no doubt that Burnley have had an incredibly good week and with seven points from the last nine on offer, the gloomy clouds across Turf Moor are ones that are now starting to dissipate.
Which means they will be taking some serious momentum into Tuesday night and with Leicester making the trip north to Lancashire, the Foxes will be under pressure to rediscover a winning touch of their own.
Because Sean Dyche’s men look a rather inviting price to win in midweek and especially when you consider the fact that Leicester are out of sorts right now, as a league win has eluded them on five successive occasions.
Which is why Burnley winning at Turf Moor at odds of 21/10 with SportNation seems incredibly tempting to me and if you think that will also be the case, you can join me in backing the Clarets against the Foxes.
What a difference a week makes in the Premier League and with Burnley’s uptick in performance being one for all to see, their hopes of survival have increased by quite a magnitude.
An increase that comes courtesy of not only an unbeaten week in the top division - one that has seen them earn two wins and a draw, but also their wider form that has only seen one defeat in their last six outings.
A run of results which although still leaves them in the relegation zone at the time of writing, has still set them up for further progress and with Everton just a point ahead of them in 17th, the focus will once again be on Burnley’s games in hand.
Games in hand which sees them having played twice less than Leeds in 16th and thrice less than Brentford in 15th and if Sean Dyche can lead his men to victory on Tuesday, Burnley would end up leapfrogging the trio of clubs above them.
Which would only serve to drag three more teams into the relegation mix and what was a battle that only involved four teams to begin with, is one that is becoming more and more open with each week that passes.
In terms of injuries and suspensions for the visit of Leicester, there are no new injuries for manager Sean Dyche to be worried about and he will hope that Burnley’s positive momentum can continue against Leicester.
Six points clear of Burnley before Tuesday night, could become three by the time Leicester depart Turf Moor and if that proves to be the case, it will mean two things for Brendan Rodgers’ men.
First, it will mean that the Foxes have failed to win any of their last six league outings and secondly it will drag Leicester right into the relegation mix. Not necessarily in an immediate state of panic, but a risky situation all the same.
Which will only serve to ask further questions from the Leicester board and the fact that the club made progress in Europe last Thursday, is arguably the one thing that is keeping Brendan Rodgers in a job right now.
Progress that is keeping Leicester’s season alive at present and after such a disappointing campaign, there is a feeling that this current squad has reached the end of its life cycle and perhaps the manager has as well.
Therefore, a strong end to the season is vitally important for Leicester and if they cannot halt this painfully slow slide down the table, the relegation trapdoor will be more than ready to collect them.
In terms of injuries and suspensions for the trip to Burnley, the injury list is getting slightly shorter for Leicester, but manager Brendan Rodgers still has to deal with the absence of a key trio. Which means once again, the threesome of Jamie Vardy, Jonny Evans and Wesley Fofana will all miss out.
There has been little for Burnley to write home about in recent times and with Leicester going unbeaten in the last three meetings between the pair, this is a run that the Clarets will look to end in midweek.
In terms of their overall head-to-head record, Burnley have won on 46 occasions, Leicester 38 and there have been 33 draws
When it comes to Turf Moor, it is not the most eye-catching of places to view Premier League football. However, it is always a difficult place for any visiting team to travel to and Burnley will not be looking to roll out the red carpet against Leicester.
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.
When looking at the Premier League odds for relegation, Burnley’s have lengthened in the past seven days and that is due to their run of results without a defeat - one that now has the Clarets at 15/8 to go down.
While in the same market, Leicester currently find themselves priced at 100/1 and although that may be something of an outsider bet for now, that could all change if they suffer another defeat on Tuesday.