March 03, 2015 14:00:52 UK
Burnley boss Sean Dyche is desperate to turn good performances into points as soon as possible, starting with Wednesday’s game at Liverpool.
The Clarets were unfortunate to lose 1-0 to Brendan Rodgers’ side at Turf Moor earlier in the campaign, but Dyche thinks that game sums up their season so far.
Liverpool are the Premier League’s form side, having not lost any of their last 11 league games, while Burnley are currently in the bottom three and can be backed at 1.36 to be relegated this season.
There has never been panic, but there is a reality.
Dyche’s side are available at 26.00 to cause a major shock by winning 1-0 at Liverpool, while Danny Ings can be backed at 3.50 to score at any time in the game.
The Burnley manager said: “I thought we were excellent against Liverpool earlier in the season and didn’t get anything out of the game. That’s something we’ve done too often this season. We need to get results and we are aware of that.
“It’s another challenge for us, but it’s a great thing. A year ago we were chomping at this kind of challenge, so there is no fear for us, it’s just about being clear-minded to go and deliver a performance.
“We know it is a tough challenge but outside perception is different to inside perception. There has never been panic, but there is a reality.”
Looking for a top tip this weekend? Head to the bet365 YouTube channel and get the views of Sam Matterface & our very own Steve Freeth in the latest bet365 Update.
Don’t forget, all Premier League matches are covered by the bet365 100% Euro Soccer Bonus, where you could earn a bonus of up to 100% on your returns on pre-match accumulator bets.
View all Soccer betting