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Burnley vs Bournemouth Preview & Prediction | 2023-24 English Premier League

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When is Burnley vs Bournemouth on and what time does it start? Burnley vs Bournemouth will take place on Sunday 3rd March, 2024 – 13:00 (UK)

Where can I get tickets for Burnley vs Bournemouth? Visit each club’s official website for the latest ticket information

What TV channel is Burnley vs Bournemouth on in the UK? Television rights for the Premier League in the UK are shared between Sky Sports, TNT Sports and Amazon Prime so it is worth checking their schedules for Burnley vs Bournemouth

Where can I stream Burnley vs Bournemouth in the UK? If Burnley vs Bournemouth is televised, then it can be streamed on either Sky Go, discovery+ or Amazon Prime Video depending on who is broadcasting the match



Vincent Kompany remains in charge of Burnley, despite the fact it is now already a case of when and not if they get relegated this season. The Clarets are a remarkable 11 points adrift of safety with 12 games of the season to go ahead of this weekend’s round of fixtures, albeit Nottingham Forest could be dealt a points deduction to help them out.

They come into this one on the back of a 3-0 hammering at the hands of Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park in their most recent outing, last weekend. Captain Josh Brownhill was sent off after 35 minutes in that match before Chris Richards, Jordan Ayew and Jean-Philippe Mateta scored for Palace in an 11-minute flurry mid-way through the second-half.


Andoni Iraola will be desperate to arrest the slide that has occurred at AFC Bournemouth as they remain winless in the calendar year of 2024. The Cherries went into the New Year on the back of some extremely impressive form but are now winless in their last seven matches in the Premier League.

That poor run of form has now worsened and been exacerbated by a defeat at home to Championship opposition in the fifth round of the FA Cup in midweek as they suffered a 1-0 loss to Leicester City after extra-time at the Vitality Stadium with winger Abdul Fatawu scoring a sensational winner in the 105th minute.



Vincent Kompany gave another update on former Borussia Monchengladbach defender Jordan Beyer, saying he is 'progressing well' but again not putting a timescale on his return.

The likes of attackers Aaron Ramsey, Nathan Redmond, Luca Koleosho and Lyle Foster all remain unavailable with long-term injury issues for the home team. Josh Brownhill is also missing through suspension.

PREDICTED XI (4-4-2): Trafford; Assignon, O'Shea, Esteve, Taylor; Gudmundsson, Berge, Cork, Odobert; Fofana, Amdouni

UNAVAILABLE: Beyer (Injured), Brownhill (Suspended), Ramsey (Injured), Redmond (Injured), Koleosho (Injured), Foster (Injured)



Andoni Iraola has said he will have to make a 'late call' on key striker, Dominic Solanke, who hasn't trained this week but an MRI scan did come back clear.

Fellow striker, Enes Unal, is expected to potentially be available but Lloyd Kelly remains out, alongside the likes of Ryan Fredericks, Tyler Adams and Max Aarons.

PREDICTED XI (4-2-3-1): Neto; Smith, Zabarnyi, Senesi, Kerkez; Christie, Cook; Semenyo, Kluivert, Tavernier; Solanke

UNAVAILABLE: Kelly (Injured), Hill (Injured), Aarons (Injured), Fredericks (Injured), Adams (Injured)

QUESTIONABLE: Unal (Injured), Solanke (Injured)


Both of these sides are desperate for a victory on Sunday afternoon. Burnley are already in the phase of waiting for their inevitable relegation to be confirmed but if they are to stand any chance of pulling off a miracle then you’d suggest they simply must take three points from this match. Bournemouth are fine and will be fine but would like to ease any pressures growing on Iraola. Backing against Burnley is always the sensible way to go.


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