Manchester City could extend their lead at the top of the Premier League to 18-points with a win at Burnley. Opta rates their chances.
Burnley have won one of their last 18 matches against Man City in all competitions (D5 L12), a 1-0 win in March 2015. They are 12.50 to get back to winning ways.
Manchester City have won six of their last seven trips to Turf Moor in all competitions. City are 1.32 to win again.
Manchester City have already beaten Burnley twice this season, winning 3-0 in the Premier League and 4-1 in the FA Cup - only three times previously has a Premier League side beaten a fellow Premier League side by three or more goals three times in a single season (Arsenal v Leeds United and Middlesbrough in 2003/04 and Arsenal v Aston Villa in 2014/15). The visitors are 1.86 to win half-time/full-time.
Burnley have scored the fewest home goals of any Premier League side this season (8), while only Liverpool (32) have scored more on the road than Manchester City (28). City are 2.12to win to nil.
Manchester City haven't gone three Premier League away games without a win since May 2016 - their last three games on the road under Manuel Pellegrini. The draw is 6.00.
Only Southampton (12 games) are on a longer current winless run in the Premier League than Burnley (8 games). The draw half-time/Manchester City full-time double result is 4.40.
Manchester City's haul of 68 points from 25 games is a joint top-flight record, with Spurs also doing so in 1960-61 (converting to three points for a win). Tottenham went on to do the League and FA Cup double that season. City are 3.15 to win the FA Cup.
Burnley are one of seven Premier League sides yet to be shown a red card this season, but the Clarets have seen more opposition players sent off than any other side (5). The odds of there being a sending off in the match are 5.00.
Four players have registered 20+ combined goals and assists in the Premier League this season, with two of those playing for Manchester City (Sergio Aguero 22, Raheem Sterling 20). Sterling is 2.30 to score.
Sergio Aguero has scored in each of his last four appearances against Burnley in all competitions, netting six goals in total. He's 1.75 to find the net.

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