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Burnley will be looking to improve on their last outing here following a 1-2 FA Cup loss in their previous game against Huddersfield Town.

The only scorer from Burnley was Jay Rodriguez (28'). Josh Koroma (74') and Matty Pearson (87') scored for Huddersfield Town.

Burnley haven’t exactly had impressive attacking statistics of late. Their ‘goals for’ figure stands at just 3 vs opposing sides over the course of their previous six matches. In those meetings, Burnley have also seen the tally of goals against them total 9. Regardless, we’ll just have to find out whether such a trend will be maintained here in this game or not.

Going into this contest, Burnley have not lost a league tie with Watford in their last 3 matches.

In their last game, Watford drew 1-1 in the Premier League match with Newcastle United.

In that game, Watford managed 48% possession and 18 attempts at goal with 5 of them on target. The scorer for Watford was João Pedro (87'). Newcastle United got 12 attempts at goal with 1 on target. Allan Saint-Maximin (49') scored for Newcastle United.

Watford have seen success in front of goal of late, scoring 5 times in their last 6 matches. This doesn’t mask the fact that Watford can also improve defensively after being scored against in 6 of those same games.

Coming into this clash, Watford haven’t won away from home in the past 3 league matches.

Prediction: Over 2.5 Goals


Brighton prepare for this fixture after a 1-1 Premier League drawn game vs Crystal Palace.

In that match, Brighton & Hove Albion managed 64% possession and 19 shots at goal with 4 on target. Crystal Palace had 3 shots at goal with 1 on target. Conor Gallagher (69') and Joachim Andersen (87' Own goal) scored for Crystal Palace.

It has not been often in recent games that Brighton & Hove Albion have shown defensive steel. The facts show that Brighton & Hove Albion have been scored against in 5 of their previous 6 games, leaking 6 goals on the way.

Since a loss in their previous game against Manchester City in Premier League action, Chelsea and their travelling fans will hope for a better result here.

In that game, Chelsea had 44% possession and 4 shots on goal with 1 on target. Manchester City got 11 attempts at goal with 6 on target. Kevin De Bruyne (70') was the scorer for Manchester City.

During their 6 previous matches, Thomas Tuchel's Chelsea have found the net 11 times therefore earning them a goals per game average of 1.83.

Prediction: Over 1.5 Goals


Real Betis are hoping to win again following the 2-1 Copa del Rey victory against Sevilla.

In that game, Real Betis had 56% possession and 10 attempts on goal with 3 on target. For Real Betis, the scorers were Nabil Fekir (39') and Sergio Canales (73'). For their opponents, Sevilla FC got 1 attempts at goal with 1 of them on target. Alejandro Gómez (35') was the scorer for Sevilla.

Matches involving Real Betis have tended to be absorbing encounters recently with high scoring anticipated. Over their past six games, the sum total of 20 goals have been scored for both teams combined (at an average of 3.33 goals per game) with 11 of them coming from Real Betis.

Coming into this clash, Real Betis have not lost a league tie with Alaves in their last 3 matches.

In their last game, Alaves drew 0-0 in the La Liga match with Athletic Bilbao.

In that game, Alaves managed 42% possession and 12 shots on goal with 1 of them on target. Athletic Bilbao had 10 shots at goal with 2 of them on target.

Looking at their form, and Alaves have been scored against in 5 of their last 6 matches, seeing opposing sides hit 11 goals in all. Defensively, Alaves have been far from perfect. Let’s find out if that trend can be continued on into this next match.

Coming into this contest, Alaves are without a win away from home in their last 5 league games.

Prediction: Over 2.5 Goals

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