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Fulham - Burnley PredictionsFree Daily Soccer Unibet Predictions for Today, December 23, 2023.
Kick-off: 16:00 (GMT+1)
EVENT: Fulham – Burnley
TIPS: Under 3.5 Goals | Odds: 1.32@Unibet | Result: 0:2 WIN!!!

Fulham – Burnley Predictions and Preview

  • Fulham were left with a burning feeling of ‘what might’ve been’ after their chances of a shock win at Newcastle last weekend were hindered by Raúl Jiménez’s first-half red card. The Cottagers ultimately went on to lose that game 3-0, but a return home should help them offset that disappointment given they’ve won three successive home league games, affording them the chance to win four in a row in the top-flight in the same season for the first time since 2006!
  • The manner of Fulham’s last two PL home wins is what has really caught the eye, with both coming via the same 5-0 scoreline. Those victories form part of four wins across their last five PL home games, with all four wins seeing them score 3+ goals, and having beaten the other two newly-promoted teams at Craven Cottage this season, Marco Silva’s side go for the hat-trick when they welcome Burnley for the first game in PL history to be refereed by a female official.
  • On the back of a humiliating 2-0 home defeat to relegation rivals Everton last weekend, Burnley certainly won’t be travelling with much confidence of spreading Christmas cheer to their travelling fans. One small grain of hope perhaps comes in their impressive recent record on Fulham soil, where the Clarets have won on three of their last four visits (L1), although they all came under previous boss, Sean Dyche.
  • Ominously, Burnley have already tasted defeat on both their prior visits to the capital this season, conceding exactly three goals in each game. In fact, they haven’t won a top-flight game in the city since May 2021 (D4, L4), and despite the fact that win did come against Fulham (2-0), belief of replicating it is sure to be low for a side in the midst of a six-match winless away run in all competitions (D1, L5).
  • Players to watch: If he nets here, Willian will match Bobby Zamora’s club record of nine successive PL goals coming at Craven Cottage. The only positive for Burnley to come out of defeat against Everton was the return of joint-top scorer Lyle Foster, who made an appearance from the bench after a lay-off with mental health issues and could be in line for a start here.
  • Hot stat: No PL side has scored fewer second half away league goals than Burnley’s two this season.