November destined to be a pivotal month for Clarets

The Clarets won’t meet strikers of the calibre of Romelu Lukaku and Samuel Eto’o every week, but they need to start picking up points soon or they will become marooned at the bottom of the Premier League.
Burnley won't be facing the likes of Samuel Eto'o every weekBurnley won't be facing the likes of Samuel Eto'o every week
Burnley won't be facing the likes of Samuel Eto'o every week

We bet 66/1 at BetVictor the Club fail to win a single game in the division this season so we still obviously feel Sean Dyche’s side are more than capable of holding their own in this elite company, and with home games against Hull and Villa to come in November you feel this is a pivotal month for the club.

We bet 13/8 that the Clarets win 30 or more Premier League points this season but offer 6/4 they pick up 23 or fewer.November starts with a trip to the Emirates tomorrow to meet an Arsenal side held 2-2 at home to Hull before capitalising on the benevolence of the Sunderland defence at the Stadium Of Light last time.

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Arsenal have been behind in each of their four home PL games so far this season and have kept just two clean sheets in their last 10 PL home games so all is not lost, but having kept three clean sheets in a row, Burnley have now conceded 12 in their last four PL games.

The Gunners are 2/7 to keep all three points in the capital at the weekend with the draw 5/1 and a famous Clarets’ win is 11/1 with BetVictor.

Danny Ings looked sharp against Everton and is 12/1 to score the opener and 4/1 to find the back of the net at anytime during the 90 minutes.

Arsenal might have one eye on next week’s Champions League game with Anderlecht on Tuesday and the Gunners’ faithful can be a fickle bunch at the best of times.

If Burnley can survive the first 20 minutes who knows?

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The betting angle into the match might be the 19/20 for Both Teams To Score.

The Clarets are the 12th side to fail to win any of their opening nine PL fixtures; seven of the previous 11 failed to beat the drop.

Burnley are 1/7 to go down at the end of the season and 4/6 to finish bottom.

The home games with Hull and Villa look must win games during November; anything from the trip to the Emirates would be a bonus.