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Burnley takes on Chelsea at Turf Moor in the 7th round of the Premier League match. A look at their recent confrontations stretching back to August 12, 2017 shows us that Burnley has won 1 of them and 4 times the triumphant song for Chelsea. Many goals were also seen in those matches - 25 in total, 4.17 per game averaging. 

Burnley will be looking for an improved result here after a 0-1 defeat in the Premier League last round at the hands of regrettable Tottenham Hotspur at home. In that match, Burnley controlled 38% of possession and 13 shots on goal, including 4 hits on target, they got the only goal in the 76th minute. A repeat characteristic of close matches Here of Burnley is all 6 of their previous matches up to 5 matches of which only 1 team scored. Looking back at their past results, Burnley have not won against Chelsea in their previous 5 matches and have not won at home in the past 5 matches, their disappointed supporters can understand.

Chelsea will enter this encounter following a 0-4 victory in the Champions League by beating FC Krasnodar in their last match. In that match, Chelsea had 71% possession and 15 shots, including 7 hits on target, goals scored by Callum Hudson-Odoi (37 '), Timo Werner (76'), Hakim Ziyech (79 ') and Christian Pulisic (90'). A very fruitful performance from Chelsea's defensive players resulted in their total goals being just four times out of their last six appearances, during which period their attackers scored. 12 goals. An analysis of their previous results showed that Chelsea were unbeaten in their previous 3 away games and had no away wins in the last 2 matches. In the previous round, Chelsea's 0-0 draw with Manchester United could ultimately be something bad, but Frank Lampard will be pleased with his defensive improvement and goalkeeper Edouard Mendy is the best player for keeping that match clean. The summer signing, who has yet to concede a goal in four games for his new club, made four saves, including a late-game flight to deny the home side the winner. at Old Trafford. Thiago Silva's leadership and defensive organization is also evident when he makes more passes than anyone else on the pitch, in addition to the top 6 clearances in the match. including a late flight to deny the home side a winner at Old Trafford. Thiago Silva's leadership and defensive organization is also evident when he makes more passes than anyone else on the pitch, in addition to the top 6 clearances in the match. including a late flight to deny the home side a winner at Old Trafford. Thiago Silva's leadership and defensive organization is also evident when he makes more passes than anyone else on the pitch, in addition to the top 6 clearances in the match.  




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