Burnley vs West Ham EPL Offshore Odds & Pick – The Latest Sports Betting News
The Premier League resumes following the international break on Saturday, and there will be immediate pressure on Burnley to gain maximum points against West Ham United. The Hammers will be the visitors, as they look for a second straight win that could move them up to eighth.
Before Betting On Burnley vs West Ham
It has been a miserable start to the season for Burnley, as they are already in danger of getting cut adrift at the bottom of the Premier League standings. Their start to the season has seen Vincent Kompany come under pressure, as the Clarets have picked up just a single victory from their opening 12 matches. Meanwhile, they have picked up just one draw over the same period.
Their recent form would be a massive concern coming into this weekend, as they have suffered defeats in each of their previous five matches. But, a second win of the campaign could ease their problems, and lift them up to 17th in the standings. Burnley were handed a 3-1 defeat in their previous match in the Premier League, as they put in a strong showing at the Emirates against Arsenal.
David Moyes is another manager that has come under pressure in the opening months of the season. However, the pressure on his job has eased slightly in recent weeks, as the Hammers ended a three-game losing run before the international break by landing a success at the London Stadium against Nottingham Forest.
But, there will be an expectancy that they will build on that return to winning ways this weekend. A success could see the Hammers re-emerge as a leading contender for a European spot this term, as they could move up to eighth. However, they will likely need to defend better than they have in recent weeks if they are to land maximum points at Turf Moor.
Burnley vs West Ham Offshore Odds & Pick
West Ham boasts a fine record against the Clarets, as they have gone four Premier League meetings without defeat. We expect that trend to continue this weekend, as we will be siding with a win for the away side.