17th February 2019



13th December 2017

Burnley's late winner against Stoke City on Tuesday sees the Clarets in their highest league position for 46 years and well deserved it is.

It was a breath of fresh air to hear England 'keeper, Tome Heaton say how glad he and the team are that Sean Dyche has stayed at Buurnley - no doubt the fans are too.

What it means though is sides like Liverpool, Arsenal and Spurs have an interloper threatening to take a coveted Champiosn League spot of one of them.

They will be hoping to resume normal service tonight.

Arsenal face a trip to West Ham - before the hHmmers beat Chelsea at the weekend this would have been a banker away win, but the home team will want to build on that with a tough away trip to Stoke next.

Arsenal had a great recent record at Upton Park unlike most and won comfortably in their first visit here last season. There will be worse 4/6 shots on the coupon.

There are better bets though, and Leicester look good punting material at Southampton. the Foxes haven't reached the heights of their Championship winning form but wins over Newcastle, Burnley and Spurs have propelled them up the table. At 3/1 they are too big.

Spurs are too short at 1/4 to beat Brighton at wembley and Liverpool likewise against as West brom side who ahve the hoodoo over the Reds having won 2 and drawn one of their alat six visits to Anfield. But not against Klopp.

Everton are the other good bet as Newcastle are all over the place.