Burnley v Luton Town Match Preview & Best Odds

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Burnley v Luton Town Match Preview & Best Odds

Kick-off: 7.45pm UK Time, Friday 12th January 2024

 

Burnley and Luton Town both sit in the bottom three in the Premier League table and as such, each will be desperate for three points when they lock horns with each other at Turf Moor this evening.

After putting in a strong showing against high flying Aston Villa towards the end of 2023 – albeit with nothing to show for their troubles – Burnley gave a valiant effort against Tottenham Hotspur in the FA Cup, keeping the North London outfit at bay until the 78th minute at White Hart Lane and ultimately losing by just a single goal.

Now that Vincent Kompany’s men are out of the FA Cup, the side have nothing to focus on except their Premier League campaign between now and the end of the season and irrespective of what happens tonight, they will remain below the dotted line in the league table, opponents Luton Town sitting four points clear of the Clarets as things stand. Indeed, defeat here would be their tenth in eleven games on home soil and as such, the hosts will be going all-out to return to winning ways in front of their home fans.

Luton Town were held to a goal-less draw by League One side Bolton Wanderers in their FA Cup outing on Sunday, despite the Hatters enjoying around 63% of possession and taking 18 shots at goal. There’s every chance that Luton and Bolton may be facing each other in the Championship next term but for now, Rob Edwards’ men will be doing their utmost to boost their chances of top-flight survival by taking the points tonight.

The Hatters have been showing signs of genuine improvement in recent weeks with two wins from their last four Premier League outings and three defeats by just a single goal (by Arsenal, Manchester City and Chelsea) during this time. Indeed, it’s hard to back Kompany’s goal-shy Clarets with any conviction here and for that reason, we’ll be siding with the visitors to edge what looks set to be a closely-fought and low-scoring encounter.

 

Back Luton Town to win at best odds of 29/10