Burnley vs Manchester City Live Stream & TV Channel Premier League 2019 Full HD
Burnley vs Manchester City Live Stream Free online
Clearly the Burnley’s topsy-turvy season took another twist on Saturday as they were beaten 2-0 at home to Crystal Palace
And bringing them crashing back down to earth after back-to-back 3-0 wins over West Ham and Watford in November.
That being said, Sean Dyche won’t have too many complaints about how this season is panning out.
The mid-table battle is fiercely close though, meaning they are only four points off the precariously positioned Everton in 17th.
Burnley have often been seen as a rather defensive minded team, but this season has seen their matches take an exciting turn.
This newfound goalscoring prowess has taken its toll at the other end of the pitch though, as evident in the 3-0 and 4-2 losses at home to Liverpool and Chelsea
Manchester City will be hoping to take advantage of this defensive frailty
especially after their hopes of retaining the Premier League title took another huge blow on Saturday.
They were held to a 2-2 draw at Newcastle, leaving them 11 points adrift of league leaders Liverpool and in need of something of a miracle.
The Citizens’ biggest weakness this season is in the defensive areas of the pitch, and away from home they have managed just two clean sheets
Of course, they have found the net in all seven of these games as well, treating the neutrals to some enthralling and entertaining matches.
All but one of Manchester City’s away games have seen at least three goals, with an average of four goals per game being scored.
Burnley, meanwhile, have seen at least three goals in four of their seven home matches and in 64% of their overall Premier League matches.
All three of their meetings with the other members of the Premier League top four have seen at least three goals
Each of these three matches has ended in defeat for the Clarets though, and we can see them losing again here.
They are facing a Manchester City side that have netted an average of 2.57 goals per away game in the league this season
However, The Clarets are an impressive 8th in the Premier League at the time of writing, just two points adrift of 5th place Tottenham.