​Premier League In Focus – Everton vs Burnley Preview

When? Sunday 1st October, 16:30 (UK)

Where? Goodison Park

What channel is it on? Sky Sports Premier League

Are tickets still available?

Everton - https://tickets.evertonfc.com/selection/event/seat?perfId=101136322027&productId=101132654916

Burnley – https://www.burnleyfootballclub.com/matches/fixtures/first-team/2017182/october/everton-vs-burnley-on-30-sep-17/#

Head-to-head – last five meetings: Everton W4, Burnley W1
Head-to-head – Premier League meetings: Everton W4, Burnley W2
Head-to-head – all-time meetings: Everton W48, Burnley W33, D29

Michael Keane is set to face his former club after his summer move from Burnley.

Everton have won 66.6% of all the Premier League meetings between the two clubs.

Everton have scored just four Premier League goals this season and they have been scored by just two players - Wayne Rooney and Oumar Niasse.

Oumar Niasse's first goal against Bournemouth ended Everton’s run of 401 minutes without a Premier League goal.

Burnley have scored six Premier League goals this season, averaging 1 goal per game. At the other end they have conceded just five, an average of 0.83 goals against per game.

Chris Wood and Sam Vokes top the scoring charts for Burnley with two goals each. Wood scores a goal every 150 minutes while Vokes needs just a little bit longer as he scores every 152.

Burnley have only failed to score in two Premier League matches this season – one at home (the 1-0 defeat at home to West Brom) and one away (the goalless draw at Huddersfield last weekend).

83.3% of Burnley’s Premier League goals have come away from Turf Moor. The only person to score on their home ground is Chris Wood.

Nick Pope has only conceded one goal in 234 minutes of Premier League action after replacing Tom Heaton during the Clarets' victory over Crystal Palace earlier this month

The last time these two sides played out a draw was back in August 1975 at Turf Moor, which ended up being the third successive 1-1 draw in this fixture. The seven fixtures since then have always resulted in a winner.

The last time these two sides met was back in April 2017 and Ronald Koeman’s men would ran out comfortable 3-1 winners.