Burnley v Aston Villa: Back buoyant Burnley to bag points again
Burnley and Aston Villa meet in the Premier League for the first time this season and Steve Rawlings fancies the home side to win their fourth game in-a-row...
Clarets clicking with positive new approach
That win has almost certainly relegated Watford back to the Championship and it's also sucked Leeds and Everton closer to the drop.
Under Jackson, Burnley have played more expansive football with the midfielders and attackers being encouraged to run with the ball, and they're playing with more verve and confidence.
As a result, Burnley's xG in their four matches under Jackson has almost doubled, going from 1.1 under Dyche to exactly 2 and they're averaging 4.5 shots as opposed to just 3 under Dyche.
Stuttering Villa hard to assess and tough to fancy
Buoyant Burnley to bag the points again
Turf Moor hasn't been a happy hunting ground for Villa and they've won just one of their last 26 away league games against Burnley (D6 L19), winning 2-1 in January 2020.
Burnley were underestimated at a shade under 2/1 at Watford last week and that looks to be the case again at a shade over here.