Your chance to win betting vouchers!
HERE’S your chance to win a free bet with William Hill and Express Sport.
We have a £20 rollover of betting vouchers up for grabs, increasing by £20 each weekend fixture if there are no winners.
All you have to do is predict the correct score and first goalscorer from Burnley’s seasonal opener tomorrow at home to Bolton.
E-mail your prediction - only one per person please - of the score and first goalscorer with your name, address and contact number to [email protected] anytime before 2 p.m. tomorrow.
Please put William Hill in the subject box.
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If there is more than one winner, the vouchers will be divided.
Here are some selected odds for the game: Burnley to win 13-8, Draw 21-10, Bolton to win 11-8.
First goalscorer: Austin 11-2, McCann 11-1.
Burnley to win 2-1 is 17-2, 3-2 is 28-1.
First goal and correct score: Austin and Burnley to win 2-1 is 45-1, McCann and Burnley to win 3-2 is 215-1.
• FANS of Burnley will travel 6148 miles, travelling for 6,910 hours and spend £1,154 on fuel travelling to away matches this season, according to new research from Credit Card company Capital One, new sponsors of the Capital One Cup.
Across the divisions, fans of League 2’s Plymouth Argyle will travel the furthest to away games this season, covering 11,068 miles cheering their team at all the away fixtures, travelling for nearly 200 hours and spending over £2,000 on fuel.
Aston Villa fans will drive the shortest distance to away games this season.
Across all the divisions fans will travel on average 6,540 miles, spend 120 hours on the road and pay £1,230 on fuel costs if they watch all their club’s away games.
Fans of League 2 sides will drive 7,238 miles this season supporting their clubs at away games, travelling 131 hours to watch their side in action, and spending £1,360 on fuel.
Premier League fans on average will cover 5,806 miles of road to away matches, clocking up 106 hours and spending £1,084.